Masakit isipin.

Tagalog example sentence for Masakit

Example sentence for the Tagalog word masakit, meaning: [adjective] painful; hurts; hurting.

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Masakít isipin.
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It's painful to think about.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Masakit isipin.
Masakít isipin .
Painful to think about
It's painful to think about.

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