Pucha! Ang pogi mo, pare.

Tagalog example sentence for Pare

Example sentence for the Tagalog word pare, meaning: [noun] a term for one's male buddy / friend; male best friend; used to refer to an unknown person of the same age.

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Pucha! Ang po mo, pare.
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Damn! You're so handsome, buddy.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Pucha! Ang pogi mo, pare.
Pucha ! Ang po mo , pare .
Damn an adjective intensifier handsome you a term for one's male buddy / friend
Damn! You're so handsome, buddy.

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