Huwag mong pilitin at baka masira.

Tagalog example sentence for Masira

Example sentence for the Tagalog word masira, meaning: 1.) [verb] to be damaged (AF); to be broken (AF); to be not working (AF); to (accidentally) break something (OF); 2.) [verb] to break down (AF); 3.) [verb] to be spoiled (AF);.

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Huwág mong pilitin at bakâ masi.
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Don't force it as it might break.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Huwag mong pilitin at baka masira.
Huwág mong pilitin at bakâ masi .
don't you force as might be damaged
Don't force it as it might break.

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