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Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word magpagawa in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word magpagawa:
[verb] to have something done; to have something made; to have something built
Verb conjugations of magpagawa:
Root: gawaConjugation Type: Magpa-
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Magpagawa Example Sentences in Tagalog: (13)
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Magastos magpagawâ ng bahay
Building a house is expensive.
Nagpuntá akó sa sastré para magpagawâ ng baróng
I went to a tailor to have some barong made.
Gustó niyáng magpagawâ ng mas malakíng pasilidád
He wants to build a larger facility.
Nandito akó para magpagawâ ng kotse
I'm here to get my car repaired.
Nagpagawâ akó ng magandáng mesa
I had a beautiful table made.
Blake ng pekeng pasaporte
Blake had a fake passport made.
Nagpagawâ akó ng
I asked Sheila to bake me a cake.
Nagpapagawâ siyá ng maraming kopya ng Bíbliyá
She has many copies made of the Bible.
Nagpapagawâ siyá ng sulat sa sekretarya niyá
She asks her secretary to write a letter.
Nagpapagawâ silá ng sarili niláng opisina
They're building their own office.
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How to pronounce magpagawa:
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Related Filipino Words:gawâgumawâgawíngawainmagawâpaggawâmakagawâmanggagawàipagawâmagagawâ
Related English Words:have something mademademakemakingmakeshave something donedodonehave donehave something builthave builtbuiltbuild
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