Definition for the Tagalog word hikayatin:
[verb] to urge someone; to persuade someone; to cajole someone
Verb conjugations of hikayatin:
Focus: Object Root: hikayatConjugation Type: -In Verb
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Hikayatin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (13)
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Hikayatin mo siyáng isabuhay ang mga isinulat mo
Encourage him to apply what he wrote.
Hikayatin mo ang anák mo na tularan ang taong mabuti
Encourage your child to emulate a good person.
Hikayatin mo si
Cyrus na ipahayág ang natutuhan niyá
Persuade Cyrus to express what he learned.
Hinikayat akó ni
Alden na piliin ang tamà
Alden encouraged me to choose what is right.
Sino ang hinikayat mong pumuntá rito
Whom did you persuade to come here?
Hinikayat nilá akóng magbakasyón sa probínsiya
They cajoled me into taking a vacation in the province.
Hiníhikayat siyá ni
Olive na sumali sa dulaan
Olive encourages him to join the play.
Hiníhikayat ko silá na mahalín at patawarin ang isá't isá
I'm encouraging them to love and forgive each other.
Jerry na magíng matapát kay
Jerry is persuaded to be faithful to Queenie.
Zaida na manoód ng pelíkulá
Gerardo will persuade Zaida to watch a movie.
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How to pronounce hikayatin:
HIKAYATIN AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:hikayatmahikayatmanghikayathumikayatpaghikayat
Related English Words:urgeurge someoneurgesurgedurgingpersuadepersuadespersuadedpersuadingcajolecajolescajoledcajoling
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