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Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word ngitian in the Tagalog Dictionary.
Definition for the Tagalog word ngitian:
[verb] to smile at someone/something
Verb conjugations of ngitian:
Focus: Locative Root: ngitiConjugation Type: -An
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Ngitian Example Sentences in Tagalog: (7)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
, bakit niyá akó nginíngitián
Oh my gosh, why is she smiling at me?
Ayaw kong ngitián ang lalaking kapitbahay
I don't want to smile at the male neighbor.
Myles ang pogíng negosyante
Myles smiled at the handsome businessman.
Ngíngitián ko lang si
John kapág nagkita kamí
I will just smile at John if I bump into him.
Nginitián ko ang sanggól
I smiled at the baby.
Nginíngitián niyá ang nagbebenta ng sapatos
She's smiling at the shoe seller.
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How to pronounce ngitian:
NGITIAN AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:ngitîngumitînakangitîabot tenga ang ngitîmapangitîpagngitîpangitîpalangitî
Related English Words:smilesmilessmiledsmilingsmile atsmiled atsmiling atsmiles at
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