Naninindigan ang maprinsipyong tao.

Tagalog example sentence for Naninindigan

Example sentence for the Tagalog word manindigan, meaning: [verb] to stand one's ground; to strongly argue for; to strongly maintain (an argument); to stand at attention.

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Naninindigan ang maprinsipyong tao.
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A principled person stands her ground.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Naninindigan ang maprinsipyong tao.
Naninindigan ang maprinsipyong tao .
stand one's ground the principled person
A principled person stands her ground.

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