Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word bitawan in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word bitawan:
[verb] to let go of something; to let go the hold of something; to let something go loose; to drop something
Verb conjugations of bitawan:
Focus: Object Root: bitawConjugation Type: -An
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Bitawan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (3)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
Let go of me. / Let me go.
Bibitawan ko na ang respónsibilidád ko sa kanilá
I will free myself of my responsibility towards them.
Binitawan ko muna ang dalá ko kasí mabigát
I set down what I was carrying meantime because it's heavy.
User-submitted Example Sentences (1):
User-submitted example sentences from Tatoeba who have self reported as being fluent in Tagalog.
mo siya. Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
Let go of him!
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How to pronounce bitawan:
BITAWAN AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:mabitawanbumitáw
Related English Words:loosenlet goloosensloosenedlooseninglets goletting godropdropsdroppeddroppingdrop something
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