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Umaasa si Tom na kikita siya nang malaki sa kaniyang bagong negosyo.

Tagalog example sentence for Kikita


Example sentence for the Tagalog word kumita, meaning: [verb] to earn or make (money); to gain.

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Umaasa si Tom na kikita siyá nang malakí sa kaniyáng bagong negosyo.
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Tom expects to make big money in his new business.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Umaasa si Tom na kikita siya nang malaki sa kaniyang bagong negosyo.
Umaasa si Tom na kikita siyá nang malakí sa kaniyáng bagong negosyo .
expects a word placed before a proper noun that will earn or make he / she / it word used to join a verb and a modifying adverb big in his / her new business
Tom expects to make big money in his new business.

There are 6 other example sentences using the word kikita or its variants.
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