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Tagalog Translator *Online*

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Tagalog English
agap

[Active Verb:]
umagap

[Passive Verb:]
agapan

[Examples:]
1) Maagap si Basilio sa pagdating sa trabaho. (Basilio is punctual at work.) 2) Agapan mo ang mga sariwang gulay sa palengke. (Get to the market early to get the fresh vegetables.) 3) Inagapan niya ang mga sariwang isda sa palengke kaninang madaling araw.

1) promptness, quickness (noun) 2) prompt, punctual, quick (adj) 3) to anticipate, to watch for something, to make sure that one gets it, take advantage of something by being early or prompt
akyat1

[Active Verb:]
mag-akyat

[Passive Verb:]
iakyat

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
akyat2

[Active Verb:]
umakyat

[Passive Verb:]
akyatin

[Examples:]
1) Mag-akyat ka rito ng isang baldeng tubig. (Bring a pail of water up here.) 2) Umakyat ka sa punong mangga. (Go up the mango tree.) 3) Inakyat ni Pepito ang punong mangga. (Pepito went up the mango tree.)

1) to carry something up a height 2) to climb up, to go up something
alipunga (noun) athlete's foot
ampon

[Active Verb:]
mag-ampon

[Passive Verb:]
ampunin

[Examples:]
Mag-ampon ka ng bata. (Adopt a child.) Ampunin mo ang bata (Adopt the child.)

1) adopted child; protection in the form of adoption (noun) 2) to adopt a child (verb)
bitbit

[Active Verb:]
magbitbit

[Passive Verb:]
bitbitin

[Examples:]
1) Magbitbit ka ng payong papuntang opisina. (Carry an umbrella to the office.) 2) Bitbitin mo nga ang mga gulay. (Carry the vegetables.)

(verb) to carry or hold by the hand
burda

[Active Verb:]
magburda

[Passive Verb:]
burdahan

[Examples:]
1) Magburda ka ng punda ng unan. (You embroider something on the pillowcase.) 2) Burdahan mo ang punda ng unan. (Embroider the pillowcase.)

1) embroidery (noun) 2) to embroider (verb)
daan2

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) kalye

[Examples:]
Saan ang daan papuntang bayan? (Which is the way to the city?)

(noun) road, street, way
dukot2

[Active Verb:]
mangdukot

[Passive Verb:]
dukutan

[Examples:]
1) Magaling mangdukot ang magnanakaw. (A thief is a good pickpocket.) 2) Nadukutan ang bag ni Ana kaninang umaga papuntang opisina. (Ana's purse was stolen from her bag on her way to the office this morning.)

(verb) to pickpocket, to steal
dusa

[Active Verb:]
magdusa

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) hirap, pagtitiis

[Examples:]
Magdusa ka. ([You] suffer.)

[Notes:]
Sanskrit

(noun) /pa--/ (parusa) punishment, castigation, suffering, grief

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