Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word sinunod.
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The Tagalog word sinunód is the Filipino verb sundin » conjugated in the Completed aspect ( past tense )

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[verb]  to obey something/someone; to follow something/someone; to follow instructions; to abide by something; to adhere to something

Verb conjugations of sundin:

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Root: sunodConjugation Type: -In Verb
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
sundín  Play audio #9118
Completed (Past):
sinunód  Play audio #19705
Uncompleted (Present):
sinúsunód  Play audio #19706
Contemplated (Future):
súsundín  Play audio #19707
Sinunod Example Sentences in Tagalog: (7)
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Hindî sinunód ni John si Mary.
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John did not obey Mary.
Inieexpéct kong súsundín mo akó.
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I expect that you will obey me.
Súsundín mo ba ang mga ipinag-uutos niyá?
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Will you obey what she commands?
Sundín mo akó.
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Obey my instructions.
Sinunód ko lang ang iniutos mo.
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I just obeyed your command.
Kailangang súsundín mo ang payo ng iyóng mga magulang.
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You should heed the advice of your parents.
Sundín mo lang ang listahan na ibinigáy ko sa iyó at hindî ka malílitó.
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Just follow the list that I gave you and you won't get confused.

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