Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word susunugin.
sun ugin [verb] to burn something down; to set something on fire
Verb conjugations of sunugin:
Focus: Object Root: sunog Conjugation Type:
Susunugin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (3)
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susun ugin ko ang b ayan n amin
If he doesn't win, I will burn our town down.
Nagbant â siy áng susun ugin ang mga g amit ko
He threatened he would my stuff on fire.
Susun ugin ang mga l umang wat awat b ukas
Old flags will be burned tomorrow.
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