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Tagalog English
kuto (noun) lice
kutos

[Active Verb:]
mangutos

[Passive Verb:]
kutusan

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang makulit, baka ka kutusan ni Keith. (Don't be so annoying or Keith will give you a knuckle on the head.) 2) Gusto ni Sheila mangutos ng makulit na bata. (It pleases Sheila to give a knuckle on the head to annoying kids.)

(verb) to give a knuckle blow on the head
lakad5

[Passive Verb:]
makalakad

[Examples:]
Nang maputol ang paa niya, hindi na siya makalakad. (When his feet were amputated he could not walk anymore.)

(verb) to be able to walk
lasa3

[Active Verb:]
lumasa

[Passive Verb:]
lasahin

[Examples:]
1) Lumasa ang isda sa gulay na niluto ni Ana. (The fish left a taste in the vegetable dish that Ana cooked.) 2) Lasahin mo ang isda sa gulay na niluto ni Ana. (Taste the fish in the vegetable dish that Ana cooked.)

(verb) to taste; to have a taste of; to leave a taste of
lasap2

[Active Verb:]
lumasap

[Passive Verb:]
lasapin

[Examples:]
1) Lumasap siya ng pagkaing niluto ng kanyang nanay. (He relished the taste of his mother's dish.) 2) Lasapin mo ang simoy ng hangin. (Enjoy the good smell of air.)

(verb) to relish the taste of food; to enjoy (something)
luto see luto1 see luto2 see luto3
luto1 (adj) cooked
luto2

[Active Verb:]
magluto

[Passive Verb:]
lutuin

[Examples:]
1) Magluto tayo ng pansit mamaya. (Let us cook noodles later.) 2) Lutuin mo ang pansit mamaya. (Cook the noodles later.)

(verb) to cook
luto3

[Passive Verb:]
iluto

[Examples:]
Iluto mo ako ng pansit. (You cook some noodles for me.)

(verb) to cook
lutong (adj) /ma--/ crisp; brittle

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