Ano?! Pinakawalan mo siya?

Tagalog example sentence for Pinakawalan

Example sentence for the Tagalog word pakawalan, meaning: [verb] to free someone/something (from restraints, jail, etc); to unbind someone/something; to release someone/something; to unchain someone/something; to unleash someone/something; to let someone go/escape.

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Anó?! Pinakawalán mo siyá?
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Say what?! Did you let him escape?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ano?! Pinakawalan mo siya?
Anó ? ! Pinakawalán mo siyá ?
what released someone/ you him / her / it
Say what?! Did you let him escape?

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