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Tagalog English
asukal (noun) sugar
dagdag

[Active Verb:]
magdagdag

[Passive Verb:]
idagdag

[Examples:]
1) Magdagdag ka ng kaunting asukal sa kape. (You add some sugar in the coffee.) 2) Idagdag mo ang asukal sa kape. (Add the sugar in the coffee.)

(verb) to add, to supplement, to increase
lapit3

[Active Verb:]
maglapit

[Passive Verb:]
ilapit

[Examples:]
1) Maglapit kayong dalawa para makaupo ang iba sa loob ng jeepney. (You should get closer to each other so that other people could sit in the jeepney.) 2) Ilapit mo dito ang asukal. (Bring the sugar closer here.)

(verb) to assume positions near each other; to take something close to someone
mahal2

[Active Verb:]
magmahal

[Passive Verb:]
mahalin

[Examples:]
1) Mahirap magmahal ng kaaway. (It is hard to love one's enemies.) 2) Mahalin mo raw ang mga taong nasusuklam sa iyo. (Love those who hate you.)

(verb) to hold dear; to love
pasok1

[Active Verb:]
pumasok

[Passive Verb:]
pasukin

[Examples:]
1) Pumasok siya sa aking silid kaninang umaga. (She entered my room early this morning.) 2) Pasukin natin ang bahay ni Monica. (Let's enter the house of Monica.)

(verb) to go to work; to go to school; to enter
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suka1 (noun) vinegar
suka2 (noun) vomit
suka3

[Active Verb:]
sumuka

[Passive Verb:]
isuka

[Examples:]
1) Sumuka si Josie sa mukha ni Rey. (Josie threw up on the face of Rey.) 2) Isuka mo ang lason. (Vomit out the poison.)

(verb) to vomit; to throw up
suka4

[Active Verb:]
magsuka

[Examples:]
Huwag mong masyadong pakainin ang bata at baka magsuka siya. (You should not overfeed the child or he might throw up.)

(verb) to vomit; to throw up

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