Definition for the Tagalog word lakarin:
[verb] to walk somewhere; to walk something (e.g., a distance); to walk around somewhere; to run an errand; to attend to something
Verb conjugations of lakarin:
Focus: Object Root: lakadConjugation Type: -In Verb
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Lakarin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
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Puwedeng lakarin pero may kalayuan
It's walkable but it's quite a distance.
Nilakad namin ang buóng
We walked the entire mall.
Lakarin na lang natin mulâ dito pabalík sa
Let's just walk from here back to the hotel.
Nilalakad niyá lang mulâ bahay hanggáng sa páaralán
She just walks from home to school.
David ang mga papeles na kailangan para sa kaniyáng
David is attending to the paperwork needed for his visa.
Gaanong kalayò ang lalakarin namin papuntá sa páradahán ng bus
How far do we have to walk to the bus stop?
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How to pronounce lakarin:
LAKARIN AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:lakadlumakadmaglakádpamamalakadkalakaránpalakadlakaranpaglalakádilakadmaglakad-lakád
Related English Words:walk somethingwalk a distancewalkwalkswalkedwalkingrun an errandruns an errandran an errandrunning an erranderranderrandsrun errandserrandwalk aroundwalk somewhereattend toattendattended to
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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