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Meaning of Magkaloobito or just the root Kaloobito?

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Author Photo by: Kersheys
Sep 19 2022, 3:44pm CST ~ 1 week, 4 days ago. 
Meaning of Magkaloobito or just the root Kaloobito?
Context is Upang huwag magaga, huwag maapi, kinakailangang magkaloobito na kunilala at tumakwil sa mga lilong may balatkayo.•
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Author Photo Juantutri Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Sep 19 2022, 10:31pm CST ~ 1 week, 3 days ago. 
magago = to be fooled/deceived; magaga (fem)
maapí = to be oppressed/abused
magkaloobito (misjoined) > magkaloób ito (this) = (this) to have/be endowed with the courage/will (usually, to do what is right or necessary)
kunilala (misspelled) > kumilala = to recognize/discern
tumakwíl = to disown/repudiate
lilong (lilo na) = deceitful, false
balátkayó = false appearance, disguise, camouflage
Translation: So as not to be fooled, not to be exploited, one needs to have the courage/ the good sense to discern and repudiate deceit in disguise.
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Author Photo Kersheys
Sep 20 2022, 12:52pm CST ~ 1 week, 3 days ago. 
@Juantutri Thank you, the text i've been reading seems to have a lot of spelling mistakes.
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