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Tagalog English
kuskus-balungos (noun) superfluity of statements, requisitions or details
laktaw

[Active Verb:]
lumaktaw

[Passive Verb:]
laktawan

[Examples:]
1) Lumaktaw siya ng ilang hakbang papanik sa hagdanan. (He skipped several steps going up the stairs.) 2) Huwag mong laktawan ang ilang bilang sa pagsusulit. (Don't skip some numbers in the examination.)

(noun) omission of step after making several consecutive ones (verb) to skip or omit a few steps in a series supposed to be done consecutively
pabaon (noun) (rw. BAON) provision (of money, food or supplies) allowed or given to someone making a trip
pinaka (pref) an affix to adjectives expressing superlative degree (of the quality)
sakdal (adv) very; most (superlative degree)
sakdal1 (adj) very; most (superlative degree)
sandal2

[Active Verb:]
magsandal

[Passive Verb:]
isandal

[Examples:]
1) Magsandal ka ng salamin sa pader. (You lean the mirror against the wall.) 2) Isandal mo ang salamin sa pader. (Lean the mirror against the wall.)

(verb) to lean or place (something or someone) in a reclining or leaning position against a support
sugpo1

[Active Verb:]
sumugpo

[Examples:]
Sumugpo sila ng mga daga sa bukid. (They tried to contain the spread of rats in the field.)

(verb) to suppress or check the progress of something developing, swelling, or rising
sugpo2

[Active Verb:]
manugpo

[Passive Verb:]
sugpuin

[Examples:]
1) Manugpo tayo ng mga ahas sa bukid. (Let us contain the spread of snakes in the field.) 2) Sugpuin natin ang mga ahas sa bukid. (Let's contain the snakes in the field.)

(verb) to suppress or check the progress of something developing, swelling, or rising
supa

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) sofa

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