Si Alice ay lumaki sa layaw.

Tagalog example sentence for Layaw

Example sentence for the Tagalog word layaw, meaning: [adjective] spoiled; pampered; [noun] freedom from parental control;.

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Si Alice ay lumakí sa layaw.
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Alice is/was a pampered/spoiled child.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Si Alice ay lumaki sa layaw.
Si Alice ay lumakí sa layaw .
A word placed before a proper noun is grew up in freedom from parental control
Alice is/was a pampered/spoiled child.

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