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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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Tagalog English
bagay

[Active Verb:]
bumagay

[Passive Verb:]
bagayan

[Examples:]
1) Anong bagay iyan? (What thing is that?) 2) Bagay sa iyo ang suot mong damit. (What you're wearing suits you.) 3) Bumagay ka naman sa kanilang gawi. (Conform to their customs.)

1) thing, object (noun) 2) becoming, proper, fit (adj) 3) to suit, to conform (verb)
baligtad1

[Active Verb:]
magbaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
ibaligtad

[L2 Definition:]
(var) baliktad

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
baligtad2

[Active Verb:]
bumaligtad

[Passive Verb:]
baligtarin

[Examples:]
1) Baligtad ang kamiseta ni Juan. (John is wearing his shirt inside-out.) 2) Baligtarin ang mesa. (Let's turn the table upside-down.) 3) Bumaligtad ang sasakyan. (The vehicle turned completely over.)

1) inside-out, upside-down (adj) 2) to turn something over, to invert, to reverse, to turn inside-out (verb) 3) to turn over (verb)
barong Tagalog (noun) man's upper garment, usually embroidered; formal wear in the Philippines
bihis

[Active Verb:]
magbihis

[Passive Verb:]
bihisan

[Examples:]
1) Maganda ang bihis mo ngayon. (What you're wearing today is beautiful.) 2) Bakit bihis ka ngayon? (Why are you dressed up today?) 3) Magbihis ka ng malinis na damit. (Put on your clean clothes.)

1) the dress one wears (noun) 2) well-dressed, dressed up (adj) 3) to change clothes, to put on clothes (verb)
delikado

[Notes:]
Spanish

(adj) fragile, delicate, weak
dupok

[L2 Definition:]
(var) marupok

(adj) /ma--/ (madupok) weak (not durable), frail, fragile, brittle, delicate
gamit

[Active Verb:]
gumamit

[Passive Verb:]
gamitin

[Examples:]
1) Gumamit ka ba ng sabon nang ikaw ay maligo? (Did you use a soap when you took a shower?) 2) Gamitin mo ang sepilyo sa paglinis ng ngipin mo. (Use the toothbrush in cleaning your teeth.)

1) personal things, anything usable (noun) 2) to use, to wear (verb)
hina1

[Active Verb:]
humina

[Examples:]
Humina ang kanyang katawan matapos siyang tumakbo ng malayo. (His body became weak after he ran a long distance.)

(adj) /ma--/ (mahina) weak; lacking in strength (verb) to become weak
hina2

[Active Verb:]
manghina

[Examples:]
Marami siyang kinain upang hindi siya manghina. (He ate a lot so he would not feel weak.)

(verb) to feel weak

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