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Tagalog Translator *Online*

Welcome to the Tagalog Translator Online. This project initially started as a personal experiment to develop a dictionary for translating English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English words and expressions. At this moment many people, from all over the world, are using this website in order to be able to communicate with family, friends or lovers, living in the Philippines. If you have any suggestions for future developments, then please let me know. Notice: if you want to download the Windows program (freeware) of this translator then click here.

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Tagalog English
balibag1

[Active Verb:]
magbalibag

[Passive Verb:]
ibalibag

[Examples:]
1) Huwag mong ibalibag ang laruan sa bata. (Don't throw the toys to the child.) 2) Gusto kong balibagin ng bato ang mga maingay na aso sa kapitbahay. (I want to hurl some stones on those noisy dogs at the neighbor's house.)

1) heave of throwing something like a boomerang or a piece of wood or cane (noun) 2) to be thrown, hurled (verb) 3) to throw, hurl, cast an object (verb) 4) to throw, hurl, cast an object at someone or something (verb)
balibag2

[Active Verb:]
bumalibag

[Passive Verb:]
balibagin

[Examples:]
1) Huwag mong ibalibag ang laruan sa bata. (Don't throw the toys to the child.) 2) Gusto kong balibagin ng bato ang mga maingay na aso sa kapitbahay. (I want to hurl some stones on those noisy dogs at the neighbor's house.)

1) heave of throwing something like a boomerang or a piece of wood or cane (noun) 2) to be thrown, hurled (verb) 3) to throw, hurl, cast an object (verb) 4) to throw, hurl, cast an object at someone or something (verb)
dilihensiya

[Active Verb:]
magdilihensiya

[Passive Verb:]
dilihensiyahin

[Examples:]
1) Magdilihensiya ka muna ng pambili ng pagkain. (You borrow some money for the groceries.) 2) Dilihensiyahin mo ang pangkain natin mamayang gabi. (Borrow some money for our food tonight.)

(verb) to resort to borrowing; to obtain what one needs
padre (noun) a borrowing from Spanish which means 'father'; used as an appellation for a priest
siklot (noun) a game of skill consisting of throwing up a given number of seeds (or SIGAY, small shells or small stones) and catching them with the back of the hand
tilaok (noun) crowing of rooster
y

[Notes:]
a Spanish borrowing used only with time and sometimes with middle names

(conj) and

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