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Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word maipasa in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word maipasa:
[verb] to hand over; to pass on something; to be able to hand over
Verb conjugations of maipasa:
Root: pasaConjugation Type: Mai-
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Maipasa Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
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Humanap ka ng paraán para maipasa ang papél mo
Find a way to submit your paper.
Maaaring maipasa ang
virus sa pamamagitan ng pakikipagtalik
The virus could be transmitted through sexual intercourse.
Madalíng maipasa ang sakít na itó
This disease is highly contagious.
Alden sa anák niyá ang talino niyá
Alden passed on his intelligence to his son.
Hindî ko naipasa ang dokumento kay
I wasn't able to hand the document over to Annie.
Naipapasa ang karahasán sa bahay
Domestic violence is passed on.
DNA kapág naghaháti-hatì ang mga sélulá
DNA is passed on when cells divide.
Naipapasa sa mga batà ang ugalì ng kaniláng mga magulang
Children inherit the behavior of their parents.
Paano ko maipapasa ang ginawâ ko
How will I be able to hand over what I made?
Hindî ko maipapasa itó sa oras
I won't be able to submit it on time.
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How to pronounce maipasa:
MAIPASA AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:pasâpasapasahánipasapumasápasadomagpasamakapasápagpasamapasá
Related English Words:hand overhands overhanded overhanding overpass on somethingpass
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