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

Definition for the Tagalog word dikit:

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[noun]  glue
[adjective]  attached; close by; stickiness

Root: dikit
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Mahi ang dikít ng tape.
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The adhesive of the tape is weak.
Ipinapahid niyá ang dikít sa papél.
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He spreads the glue on the paper.
Hindî ko gustó ang dikít ng paste na iyán.
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I don't like the stickiness of that paste.
Magandá ang dikít nitó sa dingdíng.
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It sticks well on the wall.

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How to pronounce dikit:

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Related English Words:
gluecloseclose byattachedstickinessclosing
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