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Tagalog English
abaka

[Examples:]
Si Juan ay gumamit ng abaka sa pagtali ng kahoy. (Juan used abaca to tie the wood together.)

(noun) Manila hemp, abaca
alpas

[Active Verb:]
umalpas

[Passive Verb:]
alpasan

[Examples:]
1) Naka-alpas ang mga bilanggo. (The prisoners were able to break loose.)

1) to become free, loose, untied (as animals) 2) to be able to break loose
bilibid

[Passive Verb:]
ibilibid

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) bilangguan

[Examples:]
Ibilibid mo ang lubid sa poste. (Tie the rope around the post.)

1) prison (noun) 2) to tie around a twine or card several times (verb)
buhol

[Active Verb:]
magbuhol

[Passive Verb:]
ibuhol

[Examples:]
1) Magbuhol ka ng lubid. ([You] make a knot with the rope.) 2) Ibuhol mo ang lubid. (Make a knot with the rope.)

(verb) to make a knot; to tie securely
gapos1 (noun) manacle; rope tied around arms or hands
gapos3

[Active Verb:]
maggapos

[Passive Verb:]
igapos

[Examples:]
1) Maggapos ka ng baboy. (You tie up the pig.) 2) Igapos mo ang baboy. (Tie the pig up.)

(verb) to tie up securely, usually by the arms
gapos4

[Active Verb:]
manggapos

[Examples:]
Manggapos ka ng aso. (You tie up the dog.)

(verb) to tie up
hango2

[Active Verb:]
maghango

[Passive Verb:]
hanguin

[Examples:]
1) Maghango ka na ng kawali sa lutuan. (You remove the wok from the stove.) 2) Hanguin natin sa hirap ang kapatid mo. (Let us help your brother from his difficulties.)

(verb) to remove something being cooked from the fire; (verb) to adapt from literary material; (verb) to save someone from something
inip

[Examples:]
Huwag kang mainip at darating din siya. (Don't you be impatient for he will surely come soon.)

(verb) /ma--/ (mainip) to be bored, to be impatient
kakanin (noun) tidbits, dainties, sweetmeats (rw. kain)

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