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Nag-ipit ako ng pera sa loob ng bulsa ko.

Tagalog example sentence for Nag-ipit

Example sentence for the Tagalog word mag-ipit, meaning: [verb] to pin hair; to tuck; to clasp.

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Nag-ipit akó ng pera sa loób ng bulsá ko.
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I tucked money in my pocket.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Nag-ipit ako ng pera sa loob ng bulsa ko.
Nag-ipit akó ng pera sa loób ng bulsá ko .
To tuck I money in inside the pocket my
I tucked money in my pocket.

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