Ano po ang gusto ninyong orderin?

Tagalog example sentence for Orderin

Example sentence for the Tagalog word orderin, meaning: [verb] to order something; to make an order (at a restaurant, of merchandise, etc.); * Taglish verb using the English word "order".

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Anó pô ang gustó ninyóng órderín?
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What would you (all) like to order?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ano po ang gusto ninyong orderin?
Anó pô ang gustó ninyóng órderín ?
What word to show respect with no direct English translation the like you all to order
What would you (all) like to order?

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