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nakaupo

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nakaupo in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word nakaupo:


nakaupô  Play audio #8423
[adjective] seated; sitting

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Root: upo
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Nakaupô si Bob.
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Bob is seated. / Bob is sitting.
May nakaupô ba dito?
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Is this seat taken? / Is someone sitting here?
Nakaupô si Mary sa haráp ng dulang.
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Mary is seated in front of the low dining table.

User-submitted Example Sentences (1):
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Walang nakaupo rito.
Tatoeba Sentence #1405473 Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
There's no one sitting here.


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How to pronounce nakaupo:

NAKAUPO AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio #8423
Markup Code:
[rec:8423]
Related Filipino Words:
upôupoumupôupuánupuanmaupômakaupôpaupuínkinaúupuániupô
Related English Words:
seatedsitting
Grammatical Ligature:
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
nakaupong
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