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makauwi

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word makauwi in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word makauwi:


makauwî  Play audio #23349Save to Flash Cards
[verb]  to be able to go home


Verb conjugations of makauwi:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: uwiConjugation Type: Maka-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
makauwî  Play audio #23349
Past:
nakauwî  Play audio #23350
Present:
nakákauwî  Play audio #23351
Future:
makákauwî  Play audio #23352
Verb family:
umuwî  |  
makauwî
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Example Sentences Available Icon Makauwi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
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Mabuti namán at nakauwî ka nang maaga.
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It's good that you were able to get home early.
Nakákauwî ka na bang mag-isá?
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Are you already able to go home by yourself?
Gabí na akó makákauwî mamayâ.
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I won't be able to get home until late tonight. (It will be late when I am able to come home later)
Bakâ sa Sábado pa akó makauwî.
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I might be able to go home by Saturday.
Sana makauwî ka kaagád.
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I hope you'd get home soon / right away.
Anóng oras ka nakauwî?
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What time were you able to get home?
Nakákauwî ka ba sa Pilipinas tuwíng Paskó?
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Are you able to go home to the Philippines every Christmas?
Sa dami ng ating trabaho anóng oras na kayâ tayo makákauwî?
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With so much work to be done, I wonder what time we'll be able to go home.

User-submitted Example Sentences (1):
User-submitted example sentences from Tatoeba who have self reported as being fluent in Tagalog.
Bahagyang nakauwi kami nang biglang umulan.
Tatoeba Sentence #1611651 Tatoeba user-submitted sentence
Hardly had we come home when it began to rain.


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Alternate spelling(s):
nakauuwi, makauuwi
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.

How to pronounce makauwi:

MAKAUWI AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio #23349
Markup Code:
[rec:23349]
Related Filipino Words:
uwîumuwîmauwîuwianuwiánpauwîpag-uwîiuwîpauwiínmag-uwî
Related English Words:
go homereturn homewent homereturning home
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