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dikit

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

Definition for the Tagalog word dikit:


dikít  Play audio #11068Save to Flash Cards
[noun]  glue
[adjective]  attached; close by; stickiness

Root: dikit
Very Frequent
Example Sentences Available Icon Dikit Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
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Mahi ang dikít ng tape. 
The adhesive of the tape is weak.
Ipinapahid niyá ang dikít sa papél
He spreads the glue on the paper.
Hindî ko gustó ang dikít ng paste na iyán
I don't like the stickiness of that paste.
Magandá ang dikít nitó sa dingdíng
It sticks well on the wall.

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How to pronounce dikit:

DIKIT AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio #11068
Markup Code:
[rec:11068]
Related Filipino Words:
pandikítdumikítmádikítnakadikítidikítdikít-dikítmagdikítdikitánmadikítpagdikít
Related English Words:
gluecloseclose byattachedstickinessclosing
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