Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nag-iisa in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word nag-iisa:

nag-íisá  Play audio #8414
[adjective] alone; only; solitary; solo; sole; single; unique

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Root: isa
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Hindî ko gustó ang pakiramdám nang nag-íisá sa bahay.
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I don't like the feeling of being alone at home.
Hindî nag-íisá si Lalaine sa kaniyáng adbokasiya.
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Lalaine is not alone in her advocacy.
Nag-íisá lamang sa mundó ang sasakyáng itó.
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This vehicle is one of a kind in the world.
Mahirap ang nag-íisá la na sa mga kritikál na panahón.
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Being alone is especially difficult during critical times.
Nagdiwang si Karen kahit nag-íisá siyá.
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Karen celebrated even though she's alone.
Bakit mo iniwan ang anák mong nag-íisá sa bahay?
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Why did you leave your child alone in the house?

User-submitted Example Sentences (4):
User-submitted example sentences from Tatoeba who have self reported as being fluent in Tagalog.
Hindi ka nag-iisa.
Tatoeba Sentence #5300918 Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
You'll never be alone.

Nag-iisa ako sa dayuhang bansa.
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I am all alone in a foreign country.

Nag-iisang nakatira ang matandang babae.
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That old woman lives by herself.

Ang mga magulang ko'y nagbiyabiyahe't ako'y nag-iisa sa aming bahay.
Tatoeba Sentence #1748718 Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
My parents are away on a trip and I'm alone in our house.

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