Back
Close
 

Kinakatawan ni Emman ang kasakiman.

Tagalog example sentence for Kinakatawan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word katawanin, meaning: [verb] to represent something; to symbolize something.

Put your mouse over (or tap, for mobile devices) any Filipino word to see its translation in English.
Stressed vowels in the example sentence are underlined.
Kinákatawán ni Emman ang kasakimán.
Play audio #35497 Play audio #35498Audio Loop
 
Emman symbolizes greed.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kinakatawan ni Emman ang kasakiman.
Kinákatawán ni Emman ang kasakimán .
symbolize a word placed before a proper noun the greed
Emman symbolizes greed.

There are 17 other example sentences using the word kinakatawan or its variants.
View more example sentences using kinakatawan (17) »

Kinakatawan Tagalog Dictionary Entry »


About These Example Sentences:

The example sentences on Tagalog.com were manually added by native Filipino language speaking editors of this website with an eye toward accuracy and usefulness. Each sentence includes accent markup, a "natural" translation of the sentence into English, and literal word-for-word translations. We believe that a large number of example sentences is critical for new students to fully and accurately learn the vocabulary and sentence structure of a new language!





Join us! We are a free online community for Filipino / Tagalog language learners



Did you find an error or think of an improvement for this entry? Please let us know, your feedback is very helpful!
Submit Suggestion »




Become a patron
We love our supporters! :)
© copyright 2020. Do not reproduce content or audio without prior written authorization. We put a lot of hard work and TLC into this website -- please don't copy our content without permission.