Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word nakain.
mak ain [verb]
to be able to eat something
; to happen to eat something
Verb conjugations of makain:
Root: kain Conjugation Type:
Nakain Example Sentences in Tagalog: (2)
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I threw up yesterday because of what I ate.
Nak ain mo ba yung tin apay na ibinig áy ko sa iy ó
Were you able to eat the bread that I gave you?
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