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Hinati niya ang tinapay sa gitna.

Tagalog example sentence for Hinati

Example sentence for the Tagalog word hatiin, meaning: [verb] to divide something into parts; to cut something in half; to halve something; to apportion something.

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Hina niyá ang tinapay sa gitnâ.
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She cut the bread in the middle.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Hinati niya ang tinapay sa gitna.
Hina niyá ang tinapay sa gitnâ .
cut in half he / she / it the bread in middle
She cut the bread in the middle.

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