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Mauna na kayo at hahabol na lang ako.

Tagalog example sentence for Hahabol


Example sentence for the Tagalog word humabol, meaning: [verb] to run after; to chase after; to pursue; to catch something before it is done or gone; to catch up to.

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Mauná na kayó at hahabol na lang akó.
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You go ahead and I will just catch up with you.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Mauna na kayo at hahabol na lang ako.
Mauná na kayó at hahabol na lang akó .
be ahead already you and will chase after grammatically, a word that can be used to connect two words just I
You go ahead and I will just catch up with you.

There are 3 other example sentences using the word hahabol or its variants.
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