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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
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)
barbel

[Active Verb:]
magbarbel

(noun) a weight (used in weightlifting)
bigat

[Active Verb:]
bumigat

1) weight, heaviness (noun) 2) heavy -- MABIGAT (adj)
dagan1

[Active Verb:]
dumagan

[Examples:]
Huwag kang dumagan sa maliit na bisikleta at baka masira iyan. (Don't put your weight on the small bicycle or it might break.)

(verb) to put one's weight on something
dagan2

[Active Verb:]
magdagan

[Passive Verb:]
idagan

[Examples:]
1) Magdagan ka ng pabigat sa ibabaw ng mga papel. (You put the weight on top of the papers.) 2) Idagan mo ang pabigat sa ibabaw ng mga papel. (Put the weight on top of the papers.)

(verb) to put a weight, to press, to put something over something
gaan (adj) /ma--/ (magaan) light (of weight), easy
grabe

[L2 Definition:]
(syn) malubha, mabigat

[Notes:]
Spanish

(adj) grave, weighty
guhit (noun) line (noun) a measure of weight equal to 100 grams
pingga (noun) pole for carrying weight across the shoulder

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