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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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sugal1 (noun) gambling; any game (usually a game of cards) that involves a bet or wager


(noun) small fenced lot with plants and trees, usually surrounding a house

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Hindi mahilig ang kanyang manugang na manulsol ng kanilang anak. (Her in-laws are not fond of inciting their son.)

(verb) to prod; to incite someone to do something usually not good; to instigate

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1) Huwag ka nang manulsol sa away ng mga kapatid mo. (You should not prod your brothers to fight more.) 2) Gusto niyang sulsulan ang kanyang anak na makipag-away sa kanilang kapit-bahay. (She likes to instigate her son to have a fight with their neighbors

(verb) to prod; to incite someone to do something usually not good; to instigate
tabo1 (noun) a dipper; scoop; usually a coconut shell or an empty can

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(verb) to cover, usually provided with overlapping sides; to put one side over on the other as in a sandwich
tapi1 (noun) a piece of cloth usually wrapped around the body or wrapped from the waist down
tumpok1 (noun) a heap; a pile, usually serving as a unit of measure for tomatoes, garlic, shrimps, etc.

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Ituring mong tunay na anak ang iyong ampon. (Treat your adopted child as though he was your own.)

(noun) treatment, attitude (verb) to treat someone in a certain way, usually with respect and natural affection
yaon1 (pron) that (which is far from both speaker and addressed, usually out of sight)

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