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Inaabutan ko si Mary ng mansanas nang mabitawan ko ito.

Tagalog example sentence for Mabitawan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word mabitawan, meaning: [verb] to drop; to release; to let go of.

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Ináabután ko si Mary ng mansanas nang mabitawan ko itó
I was handing an apple to Mary when I accidentally dropped it.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Inaabutan ko si Mary ng mansanas nang mabitawan ko ito.
Ináabután ko si Mary ng mansanas nang mabitawan ko itó .
handing to I a word placed before a proper noun an apple when to drop I it
I was handing an apple to Mary when I accidentally dropped it.

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