Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nag-start.
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The Tagalog word nag-stárt is the Filipino verb mag-start » conjugated in the Completed aspect ( past tense )

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[verb]  to start
*Note: Taglish using the English word "start"

Verb conjugations of mag-start:

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Root: startConjugation Type: Mag-
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
mag-stárt  Play audio #22412
Completed (Past):
nag-stárt  Play audio #22413
Uncompleted (Present):
nag-stastárt  Play audio #22414
Contemplated (Future):
mag-stastárt  Play audio #22416
Nag-start Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
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Mag-stárt tayo ng negosyo.
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Let's start a business.
Nandoón akó nang mag-stárt ang programa.
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I was there when the progran started.
Ayaw magstárt ng kotse. (Taglish)
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The car won't start.
Anóng oras nag-stárt ang palabás? (Taglish)
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What time did the show start?

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