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Author Photo by: annsarah4101
Apr 20 2022, 7:48am CST ~ 1 mo., 3 days ago. 
Question: can someone translate this:
"nagbisaya
sige ra dha Sara oui, translate mayo
Charot"
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Author Photo Matiwasay
May 05 2022, 11:04pm CST ~ 2 weeks, 3 days ago. 
That is a comment in Bisaya, one of the many languages spoken in the Philippines, mainly in the Visayas and Mindanao area.
It is not a complete statement and as I do not know the main context of the convesation its part of.... roughly translated it says " you guys are crazy, continue talking/conversing in Bisaya, translate it well.... just kidding."
directly translating it:
 
nagbisaya= talking/conversing in Bisaya
 
sige = go on/ continue
 
ra dha= you (as a group) there
 
Sara oui= I think this was auto-corrected. It was suppose to say 'sira u'o' contraction for 'sira ulo' to mean = crazy
 
translate mayo= translate well
 
Charot= gay slang for 'just kidding'.
 
This was a great exercise for me. Hahaha! =D
 
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