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inaantok

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word inaantok.
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The Tagalog word ináantók is the Filipino verb antukin » conjugated in the Uncompleted aspect ( present tense )


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[verb]  to be sleepy; to be drowsy
*Note: This -in- verb acts similar to an actor focus verb. See examples.


Verb conjugations of antukin:

Root: antokConjugation Type: -In Verb
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
antukín  Play audio #12398
Past:
inantók  Play audio #23625
Present:
ináantók  Play audio #23626
Future:
áantukín  Play audio #23627
Inaantok Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
Here are some hand-picked example sentences for this conjugation of this verb from this site's Filipino language editors.
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Di ka ba ináantók?
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Aren't you sleepy?
Ináantók akó.
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I'm sleepy.
Inantók akó sa pinanoód natin.
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The movie we watched made me sleepy.
Íinóm akó ng kapé para hindî akó antukín.
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I'll drink coffee so I won't feel sleepy.
Kagigising mo lang ináantók ka na namán?
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You just woke up and you're sleepy again?






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