Definition for the Tagalog word galitin:
[verb] to anger someone; to enrage someone; to displease someone; to provoke someone; to annoy someone
Verb conjugations of galitin:
Focus: Object Root: galitConjugation Type: -In Verb
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Galitin Example Sentence in Tagalog:
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, ginagalit talagá nilá akó
Fuck, they're really making me angry!
User-submitted Example Sentences (2):
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nila ako. Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
They angered me.
niya ako. Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
He really makes me angry.
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How to pronounce galitin:
GALITIN AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:galítgalitmagalitpagalitannagngangalitmapagalitankagalitanmagagalitínmagpadalá sa galitikagalit
Related English Words:enrageenragesenragedenragingangerangersangeredangeringdispleasedispleasesdispleaseddispleasingprovokeprovokesprovokedprovokingannoyannoysannoyedannoying
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