Sayang at hindi ko siya nakalaro.

Tagalog example sentence for Sayang

Example sentence for the Tagalog word sayang, meaning: [adjective] uselessly spent; wasted; [interjection] too bad; what a waste!; what a pity!; what a loss.

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Sayang at hindî ko siyá nakalarô.
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Too bad I didn't get to play with him.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Sayang at hindi ko siya nakalaro.
Sayang at hindî ko siyá nakalarô .
too bad and didn't I him / her / it play with someone
Too bad I didn't get to play with him.

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