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Tagalog English
abala1

[Active Verb:]
mag-abala

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
abala2

[Active Verb:]
umabala

[Passive Verb:]
abalahin

[Examples:]
Active: Huwag kang mag-abala. (Do not trouble yourself.) Active: Siya ang umabala sa akin. (He was the one who disturbed me.) Passive: Inabala ko siya. (I disturbed him.)

1) delay, detention, disturbance (noun) 2) to trouble oneself over something or somebody -- mag-abala (active verb) 3) to disturb somebody or someone -- umabala (active verb), inabala (passive verb)
abante

[Active Verb:]
umabante

[Passive Verb:]
iabante

[Examples:]
Active: Umabante ka ng kaunti. (You move forward a little.) Passive: Iabante mo ang kotse ng kaunti. (Move the car forward a little.)

1) to move forward (active verb) 2) to move something forward (passive verb)
abay

[Active Verb:]
umabay

[Passive Verb:]
abayan

[Examples:]
1. Si Pedro ang abay ni Juan sa kasal. (Peter is the best man in John's wedding.) 2. Umabay si Pedro sa kasal ni Juan. (Peter acted as best man in John's wedding.) 3. Abayan mo si Juan sa kasal niya. (Be John's best man in his wedding.)

1) companion, best man, bridesmaid (noun) 2) to escort, act as best man, maid of honor, or bridesmaid (active verb)
baba1

[Active Verb:]
bumaba

[Passive Verb:]
babain

[Examples:]
1) Si Anita ay nasa baba. (Anita is down below.) 2) Bumaba siya sa hagdanan. (He went down the stairs.) 3) Ibaba mo ang iyong timbang. (Reduce your weight.) 4) Si Babalu ay may mahabang baba. (Babalu has a long chin.) 5) Mababa ang mesa. (The table is low

1) descent (noun) 2) to go down, to descend (verb) 3) to lower down, to reduce, to carry to a lower level (verb) 4) chin (noun) 5) short, low -- mababa (adj) 6) to become lower, to become cheaper (verb)
baba2

[Active Verb:]
magbaba

[Passive Verb:]
ibaba

[Examples:]
1) Si Anita ay nasa baba. (Anita is down below.) 2) Bumaba siya sa hagdanan. (He went down the stairs.) 3) Ibaba mo ang iyong timbang. (Reduce your weight.) 4) Si Babalu ay may mahabang baba. (Babalu has a long chin.) 5) Mababa ang mesa. (The table is low

1) descent, below (noun) 2) to go down, to descend (verb) 3) to lower down, to reduce, to carry to a lower level (verb) 4) chin (noun) 5) short, low -- mababa (adj) 6) to become shorter, to become cheaper (verb)
labag

[Active Verb:]
lumabag

[Examples:]
Lumabag siya sa batas. (He violated the law.)

(verb) to violate
laban

[Active Verb:]
lumaban

[Examples:]
Lumaban siya sa digmaan. (He fought in the war)

(prep) against (verb) to fight against
labas1

[Active Verb:]
lumabas

[Examples:]
(verb1) Lumabas ka muna ng bahay. (You get out of the house first.)( (verb2) Lumabas ba siya sa pelikula? (Did he act in the movie?)

(noun) outside, exterior, out-of-doors (verb1) to go out, to exit, to come out (verb2) to act in a show
sabay1

[Active Verb:]
sumabay

[Passive Verb:]
sabayan

[Examples:]
1) Sumabay tayo kay Jose papuntang opisina. (Let us go with Jose on the way to the office.) 2) Sabayan mo si Jose papuntang opisina. (Go with Jose on the way to the office.)

(verb) to go with; to go at the same time

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