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Ayaw ng batang mamigay ng kinakain niya.

Tagalog example sentence for Mamigay

Example sentence for the Tagalog word mamigay, meaning: [verb] to give out; to distribute; to dispense.

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Ayaw ng batang mamigáy ng kinakain niyá.
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The kid does not want to share what he's eating.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ayaw ng batang mamigay ng kinakain niya.
Ayaw ng batang mamigáy ng kinakain niyá .
does not like by kid to give out of eating he / she / it
The kid does not want to share what he's eating.

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