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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
bakbak

[Passive Verb:]
bakbakan

1) detached, decorticated (adj) 2) to remove the bark or thick skin of something; to chastise someone (verb)
bigote (noun) moustache
kabit

[Active Verb:]
magkabit

[Passive Verb:]
ikabit

[Examples:]
1) Kumabit sa kanya ang linta. (The leech clung to him.) 2) Ikabit mo ang kandado sa pinto. (Put the padlock on the door.)

1) to fasten, attach, connect, to cling to -- KUMABIT (verb) 2) to fasten, to link, join, connect something to something -- MAGKABIT, IKABIT (verb)
kapit1

[Active Verb:]
magkapit

[Passive Verb:]
ikapit

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
kapit2

[Active Verb:]
kumapit

[Passive Verb:]
kapitan

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)
lunod1

[Passive Verb:]
lunurin

[Examples:]
1) Lunurin mo ng alak ang iyong kabiguan. (Drown your heartaches with wine.)

(verb) to overcome; to drown
sibi (noun) shed attached to side of house; balcony; portico
talo2

[Passive Verb:]
matalo

(verb) to detach; to remove the skin or cover; to pry
tastas1 (adj) unstitched; detached; ripped
tuklap

[Active Verb:]
magtuklap

[Passive Verb:]
tuklapin

[Examples:]
1) Marunong ka bang magtuklap ng balat ng ahas? (Do you know how to skin a snake?) 2) Tuklapin mo ang peluka ni Josie. (Detach Josie's wig.)

(verb) to detach; to remove the skin or cover; to pry

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