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Umalis ka na kung ayaw mo akong maasar sa iyo.

Tagalog example sentence for Maasar


Example sentence for the Tagalog word maasar, meaning: [verb] to be furious; to be frustrated.

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Umalís ka na kung ayaw mo akóng maasár sa iyó.
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Leave if you don't want me to be mad at you.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Umalis ka na kung ayaw mo akong maasar sa iyo.
Umalís ka na kung ayaw mo akóng maasár sa iyó .
leave you already if not want, do not want you me be furious at you
Leave if you don't want me to be mad at you.

There are 12 other example sentences using the word maasar or its variants.
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Maasar Tagalog Dictionary Entry »


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