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Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word idikit in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word idikit:
[verb] to stick something to something else; to press against something; to attach something; to seal something; to mount something
Verb conjugations of idikit:
Focus: Object Root: dikitConjugation Type: I-
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Idikit Example Sentence in Tagalog:
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
ang tainga ko sa pintô
I stuck my ear to the door.
How to pronounce idikit:
IDIKIT AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:dikítdumikítdikít-dikítmagdikítpandikítnakadikítdikitánmádikítmagkadikítpagdikít
Related English Words:stickpresssealmountstick tosticksstuckstickingadheresadheringadhered
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