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1) to fall down, to drop down -- BUMUWAL (verb) 2) to fall flat on the ground -- MABUWAL (verb) 3) to cut down, to push down -- MAGBUWAL, IBUWAL

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(verb) to intrude, to push one's way through


(noun) long river boat with sheltering roofings at either end, navigated by pushing with long poles

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1) Pumindot ka sa doorbell. (You push the doorbell.) 2) Pindutin mo ang doorbell. (Push the doorbell.)

(verb) to push, squeeze, or crush with the fingers

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Gusto mo bang pumitik sa tenga ni Jose? (Do you want to snap your fingers on Jose's ears?)

(verb) to snap one's fingers; to topple or push with a flip of the fingers

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1) Mamitik tayo ng gagamba sa hardin. (Let's topple some spiders in the garden.) 2) Gusto mo bang pitikin ang langgam sa mesa? (Do you want to push the ant from the table?)

(verb) to topple or push with a flip of the fingers

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1) Magsuksok ka ng papael sa butas. (You should stuff some papers in the hole.) 2) Isuksok mo ang papel sa butas. (Stuff some papers in the hole.)

(verb) to insert in between layers; to keep away; to push down in a container
sulong1 (intj) go ahead; go away; push forward; scram

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Isulong mo ang kotse. (Push the car forward.)

(verb) to push forward

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1) Magtulak tayo ng sirang kotse. (Let's push the broken car.) 2) Itulak natin ang kotse. (Let's push the car.)

(verb) to shove; to push

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