Example sentence for the Tagalog word ba't
, meaning: abbrevation for "bakit" = why; abbreviation for "ba at" = question marker + "and/as".
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Sentence Literal Translation:
Ba't ka bisi ngayon?
Why are you busy today?
Ba't Tagalog Dictionary Entry »
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