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Inamoy niya ang bulaklak saka ibinasura ito.

Tagalog example sentence for Inamoy


Example sentence for the Tagalog word amuyin, meaning: [verb] to smell something.

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Inamóy niyá ang bulaklák saká ibinasura itó.
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She smelled the flowers then tossed it out in the trash.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Inamoy niya ang bulaklak saka ibinasura ito.
Inamóy niyá ang bulaklák saká ibinasura itó .
smelled he / she / it the flower and then threw in the trash it
She smelled the flowers then tossed it out in the trash.

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