Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nagkakalat.
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The Tagalog word nagkákalát is the Filipino verb magkalat » conjugated in the Uncompleted aspect ( present tense )

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[verb]  to spread; to litter; to make a mess; to broadcast; to propagate

Verb conjugations of magkalat:

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Root: kalatConjugation Type: Mag-
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
magkalát  Play audio #9816
Completed (Past):
nagkalát  Play audio #19092
Uncompleted (Present):
nagkákalát  Play audio #19093
Contemplated (Future):
magkákalát  Play audio #19094
Nagkakalat Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
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Huwág kang magkalát dito.
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Don't litter here.
Mahilig kang magkalát ng tsismis.
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You like to spread rumors / gossip.
Sino ang nagkalát ng mga balutan ng candy dito?
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Who littered up this place with candy wrappers?
Nagkákalát ka ng mga pekeng balita.
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You are spreading fake news.
Huwág kang magkákalát at katatapos ko lang maglinis.
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Don't litter as I just finished cleaning up.
Huwág tayong magkákalát dito kasí nakákahiyâ.
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Let's not litter / behave poorly here, because it would be embarrassing.

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