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kubyerta: no bad
thats it
nothing
Tagalog: kubyerta English: ukol Edit
mainam, ukol sa gawang guró: adj. & adv. masterly.
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Tagalog: mainam, ukol sa gawang guro English: masterly Edit
ukol: about
Tagalog: ukol English: about Edit
ukol: Word: ukol
English Definition: (noun) what something is intended for; what is proper for something
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Tagalog: ukol English: intended, proper Edit
bagay, ukol, dapat; bukod-tangì: adj. appropriate.
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Tagalog: bagay, ukol, dapat, bukod-tangi English: appropriate Edit
may kaya; karapatdapat sanáy, bihasá, ukol, maaarì: adv. apt.
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Tagalog: may kaya, karapatdapat sanay, bihasa, ukol, maaari English: apt Edit
karapatdapat, marapat, ukol: adj. condign.
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Tagalog: karapatdapat, marapat, ukol English: condign Edit
bagay, tapat, marapat; kaya, ukol: adj. fit.
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Tagalog: bagay, tapat, marapat, kaya, ukol English: fit Edit
ukol, marapat, bagay, akmâ: adv. duly.
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Tagalog: ukol, marapat, bagay, akma English: duly Edit
ukol, marapat, ayon: adj. correspondent.
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Tagalog: ukol, marapat, ayon English: correspondent Edit
ukol, marapat, maykaya: adj. congruous.
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Tagalog: ukol, marapat, maykaya English: congruous Edit
ukol, akmâ, bagay: adj. pertinent.
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Tagalog: ukol, akma, bagay English: pertinent Edit
ukol; katugón: adj. relative.
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Tagalog: ukol, katugon English: relative Edit
bagay, ukol, kaayaaya: adj. snug.
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Tagalog: bagay, ukol, kaayaaya English: snug Edit
ukol, bagay, akmâ, marapat: adj. convenient.
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Tagalog: ukol, bagay, akma, marapat, samana pre English: convenient Edit
bagay, ukol, marapat: adj. pat.
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Tagalog: bagay, ukol, marapat English: patted Edit
ukol: Shoot, who would have thoguht that it was that easy?
Tagalog: ukol English: bound Edit
guró, tagaaral, tagapagturò, maestro: n. teacher.
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Tagalog: guro, tagaaral, tagapagturo, maestro English: teacher Edit
gúrò: n. teacher
from Sanskrit: guru (गुरु): teacher
Tagalog: guro English: teacher, tutor, pedagogue, mentor Edit
guró: n. pedagogue.
from Sanskrit: guru (गुरु): teacher
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Tagalog: guro English: pedagogue Edit
guró, propesor: n. professor.
guro derives from Sanskrit "guru" (गुरु): teacher
propesor derives from latin "professor": pro- "forth" and fateri (pp. fassus) "acknowledge, confess" Meaning "declare openly"
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Tagalog: guro, propesor English: professor Edit
guró: n. rabbi.
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Tagalog: guro English: rabbi Edit
guru: mentor?
Tagalog: guru English: gurus Edit
sa, sa loob: prep. into.
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Tagalog: sa, sa loob English: into Edit
sa, sa ibabaw: prep. on.
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Tagalog: sa, sa ibabaw English: on Edit
sa, upáng: prep. to.
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Tagalog: sa, upang English: to Edit
sa: prep. unto.
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Tagalog: sa English: unto Edit
sa, ni, ng, sa pamamagitan: prep. by.
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Tagalog: sa, ni, ng, sa pamamagitan English: by Edit
sa, kay: prep. for.
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Tagalog: sa, kay English: for Edit
sa: Word: sa
English Definition: (part) non-focus locative phrase marker
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Tagalog: sa English: non-focus locative phrase marker Edit
bWQnabOzXHPceKjQow: Now I know who the brainy one is, I'll keep looinkg for your posts.
Tagalog: sa English: xndbubqsguhzuimiq Edit
sa: inquiries
Tagalog: sa English: inquiries Edit
sa, sa boong..., sa gitnâ, sa pamamagitan ng: This is a really intgelilent way to answer the question.
Tagalog: sa, sa boong..., sa gitna, sa pamamagitan ng English: through Edit
IlqOLexM: It's imieratpve that more people make this exact point.
Tagalog: sa English: kami Edit
sa: to
Tagalog: sa English: to Edit
sa: prep. at.
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Tagalog: sa English: at Edit
gawa: gawa: accomplishment; deed; work (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: gawa English: accomplishment, deed, work Edit
gawâ, yarì, yugtô: n. act.
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Tagalog: gawa, yari, yugto English: act Edit
gawâ, kilos, galaw: n. action.
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Tagalog: gawa, kilos, galaw English: action Edit
gawâ, yarì, kagagawán: n. feat.
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Tagalog: gawa, yari, kagagawan English: feat Edit
gawâ; título ó katibayan: n. deed.
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Tagalog: gawa, titulo o katibayan English: deed Edit
gawâ, trabaho: n. job.
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Tagalog: gawa, trabaho English: job Edit
gawâ, paggawâ: n. manufacture.
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Tagalog: gawa, paggawa English: manufacture Edit
gawa: mom
Tagalog: gawa English: mom Edit
gawa, gumawa, gawain: Word: gawa
Active Verb: gumawa
Passive Verb: gawin
English Definition: (verb) to do, to make, to work, to build
Examples: 1) Gumawa tayo ng bahay-bahayan. (Let us build a playhouse.) 2) Gawin mo na ang iyong gawaing-bahay. (Do your homework.)
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Tagalog: gawa, gumawa, gawain English: do, make, work, build Edit
gawa, gumawa: Word: gawa
Active Verb: gumawa
English Definition: (verb) to do, to make, to work, to build
Examples: Gumawa ka ng laruan. (You make a toy.)
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Tagalog: gawa, gumawa English: do, make, work, build Edit
gawâ; pagod, pagal; hirap: n. toil.
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Tagalog: gawa, pagod, pagal, hirap English: nayakag Edit
gawâ: n. manoeuvre.
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Tagalog: gawa English: manoeuvre Edit
gawâ, trabaho: this is supposed to really work… And from what I hear its basically suffocating the virus and then pulling off the tape pulls out the wart, root and all. I dont kn3nv#82o0;ha&ewt tried it. I just got done freezing a wart on my daughter’s hand between her pointer and thumb…didnt think she would like running around with duct tape. But if son gets another on foot, Im definately gonna try it because that doctor bill for frying it off was BS..lol
Tagalog: gawa, trabaho English: labor Edit
gawáin, trabaho, yarì; kathâ, gawâ: n. work.
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Tagalog: gawa, gawain, trabaho, yari, katha English: nemar pogi Edit
gawa: Gawin
Akto
Tagalog: gawa English: deed Edit
yungib; gawî, asal, ugalì: n. haunt.
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Tagalog: yungib, gawi, asal, ugali English: haunt Edit
gawî, asal, ugalì: n. habit.
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Tagalog: gawi, asal, ugali English: habit Edit
hilig, hapay, gawî: n. inclination.
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Tagalog: hilig, hapay, gawi English: inclination Edit
gawî, kináhiratihan, paraan: n. style.
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Tagalog: gawi, kinahiratihan, paraan English: style Edit
gawi: Habit of being proactive
Tagalog: gawi English: stimulates Edit
estilo, gawî; pintuang may mga baytang: n. style.
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Tagalog: estilo, gawi, pintuang may mga baytang English: style Edit
gawi, gumawi: Word: gawi
Active Verb: gumawi
English Definition: 1) side, direction (noun) 2) to go or move in a certain direction, to be inclined to or accustomed to (verb)
Examples: Gumawi ka sa kaliwa. (You move to the left.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: gawi, gumawi English: inclined Edit
gawi: Way or manner of acting.
Tagalog: gawi English: habit, custom Edit
gawi: direction
Tagalog: gawi English: direction Edit


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