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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
akma1

[Active Verb:]
mag-akma

[Passive Verb:]
iakma

[Examples:]
1) Iakma mo ang baril. (Aim the gun.) 2) Umakma siya. (He got ready [to do something].)

1) to set something (passive verb) 2) to get ready to do something, to be properly fitted (active verb)
akma2

[Active Verb:]
umakma

[Examples:]
1) Iakma mo ang baril. (Aim the gun.) 2) Umakma siya. (He got ready [to do something].)

1) to set something (passive verb) 2) to get ready to do something, to be properly fitted (active verb)
aparador (noun) cupboard; clothes closet, or cabinet
baligtad1

[Active Verb:]
magbaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
ibaligtad

[L2 Definition:]
(var) baliktad

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
baligtad2

[Active Verb:]
bumaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
baligtarin

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
bangon

[Active Verb:]
bumangon

[Passive Verb:]
ibangon

[Examples:]
1) Bumangon siya ng maaga kanina. (He got up early a while ago.) 2) Ibangon mo ang may sakit. (Help the sick person get up.)

1) rising from a lying position (noun) 2) to rise from a lying position -- BUMANGON (verb) 3) to raise something, to set something in upright position -- MAGBANGON, IBANGON (verb)
bukod

[Active Verb:]
bumukod

[Passive Verb:]
ibukod

[Examples:]
1) Bumukod na siya sa amin. (He separated from us.) 2) Ibukod mo ang para kay Jose. (Set aside what is for John.) 3) Kasama rin niya ang kanyang mga anak bukod sa kanyang asawa. (His child was with him in addition to his wife.)

1) to separate from -- BUMUKOD (verb) 2) to set apart -- MAGBUKOD, IBUKOD 3) besides, in addition to (conj)
dingas

[Active Verb:]
magdingas

[Examples:]
Magdingas ka ng mga tuyong dahon sa hardin. (You set aflame the dry leaves in the garden.)

(verb) to flare out; to set aflame
hain

[Active Verb:]
maghain

[Passive Verb:]
ihain

[Examples:]
1) Maghain ka na ng hapunan. (You set the table for dinner.) 2) Ihain mo ang adobong manok. (Serve the chicken adobo.)

(verb) to set the table; to serve, to offer
handa3

[Active Verb:]
maghanda

[Passive Verb:]
ihanda

[Examples:]
1) Maghanda ka ng makakain para sa mga bisita. (You set some food for the guests.) 2) Ihanda mo ang pagkain sa mesa. (Set the food on the table.)

(verb) to get something ready or to set something, to prepare something

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