Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nagkaroon.
magkaro ón [verb] to have; to possess; to get (in possession); to come to have; to end up having
Verb conjugations of magkaroon:
Focus: Actor Root: mayroon Conjugation Type:
Nagkaroon Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
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Jane had a cat.
Nagkaro ón siy á ng bul útong-t ubig
He had chicken pox.
Nagkaro ón sil á ng mar aming an ák
They had a number of children.
Nagkaro ón ka na ba ng
Have you ever had a boyfriend?
Nagkaro ón kam í ng
We had a meeting earlier today.
Nagkaro ón siy á
an ák na kamb ál
She had twins.
Nagkaro ón ng trangk aso ang an ák ko kah apon
My child got/had the flu yesterday.
D ahil sa kaniy áng magand áng ug alì
nagkaro ón siy á ng mar aming kaib igan
Because of her good nature, she came to have a lot of friends.
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