Paupuin mo ang matanda.

Tagalog example sentence for Paupuin

Example sentence for the Tagalog word paupuin, meaning: [verb] to sit someone down; to get someone to sit; to allow someone to sit down; * focus on the one sitting.

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Paupuín mo ang matandâ.
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Tell the old person to take a seat./Give the old person a seat.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Paupuin mo ang matanda.
Paupuín mo ang matandâ .
to get someone to sit you the an old person
Tell the old person to take a seat./Give the old person a seat.

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