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natalo

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word natalo.
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The Tagalog word natalo is the Filipino verb matalo » conjugated in the Completed aspect ( past tense )


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[verb]  to beat someone / to defeat someone Object Focus Icon Object Focus; to be beaten / to be losing / to be defeated Actor Focus Icon Actor Focus


Verb conjugations of matalo:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: taloConjugation Type: Ma-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
matalo  Play audio #12693
Past:
natalo  Play audio #19476
Present:
natatalo  Play audio #19477
Future:
matatalo  Play audio #19478
Natalo Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
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Natalo namin silá.
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We beat them.
Natalo nilá kamí.
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They beat us.
Hindî siyá nag-focus sa pagsasanay kayâ natalo siyá.
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He didn't focus on training, that's why he lost.
Natalo akó ngayón pero bukas baba akó.
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I lost today but I'll bounce back tomorrow.
Punyeta, natalo akó sa pustahan!
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Damn, I lost the bet!
Natalo akó.
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I lost.
Mahi ang opensa ng kabiláng koponán kayâ silá natalo.
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The other team's offense was weak that is why they lost.
Umáapelá sa internasyonál na hukuman ang mga natalo.
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Those who have lost appeal to the international court.
Dina nilá akó kayâ natalo akó.
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They cheated me that's why I lost.
Dina siyá sa eleksyón kayâ siyá natalo.
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He was cheated in the elections that's why he lost.
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