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Tagalog English
abot1

[Active Verb:]
mag-abot

[Passive Verb:]
abutan

[Examples:]
Mag-abot ka ng pagkain. (Pass some food.) Umabot ka ng ulam. (Reach for the food.) Inabot niya ang bus. (He got there in time for the bus.) Inabutan niya ang bus. (He caught up with the bus.)

1) overtaken, abreast with, within reach (adj) 2) to hand over, to give, to pass (active verb) 3) to reach out for, to overtake or reach, to be in time.
abot2

[Active Verb:]
umabot

[Passive Verb:]
abutin

[Examples:]
Mag-abot ka ng pagkain. (Pass some food.) Umabot ka ng ulam. (Reach for the food.) Inabot niya ang bus. (He got there in time for the bus.) Inabutan niya ang bus. (He caught up with the bus.)

1) overtaken, abreast with, within reach (adj) 2) to hand over, to give, to pass (active verb) 3) to reach out for, to overtake or reach, to be in time.
amot

[Active Verb:]
umamot

[Passive Verb:]
amutan

[Examples:]
Umamot siya ng isang kilong bigas. (He bought a kilo of rice at cost.)

(verb) to obtain, procure, buy at cost price.
armado

[Passive Verb:]
asahan

[Examples:]
Asahan mong di kita malilimutan. (Bear in mind that I won't forget you.)

[Notes:]
Spanish worda

(verb) to hope for, to bear in mind
bawas

[Active Verb:]
magbawas

[Passive Verb:]
ibawas

[Examples:]
1) Magbawas ka ng kaunting kanin sa plato. (Lessen some of the rice on the plate.) 2) Ibawas mo ang bayad ko sa utang ko sa iyo. (Deduct this payment from what I owe you.)

(verb) to lessen, to remove (something) from
bayad1

[Active Verb:]
magbayad

[Passive Verb:]
ibayad

[Examples:]
1) Heto ang bayad sa utang ko sa iyo. (Here is my payment for what I owe you.) 2) Magbayad tayo ng utang. (Let's pay the debt.) 3) Bayaran mo ang kinain natin. (Pay for what we have eaten.)

1) payment, fare (noun) 2) paid for (adj) 3) to pay for, to compensate (verb)
bayad2

[Passive Verb:]
bayaran

[Examples:]
1) Heto ang bayad sa utang ko sa iyo. (Here is my payment for what I owe you.) 2) Magbayad tayo ng utang. (Let's pay the debt.) 3) Bayaran mo ang kinain natin. (Pay for what we have eaten.)

1) payment, fare (noun) 2) paid for (adj) 3) to pay for, to compensate (verb)
betsin (noun) monosodium glutamate (MSG), food seasoning
bitsin

[L2 Definition:]
(var) betsin

[Examples:]
Chinese

(noun) flavoring powder, seasoning, monosodium glutamate (MSG)
bunot

[Active Verb:]
magbunot

[Passive Verb:]
bunutin

[Examples:]
1) Bumunot siya ng isang numero sa palabunutan. (He picked a number from the lottery.) 2) Huwag kang magbunot ng baril. (Don't pull out a gun.)

1) coconut husk (noun) 2) to pull out, to uproot, to extract -- BUMUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb) 3) to pull out something -- MAGBUNOT, BUNUTIN (verb)

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