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Binitawan ko muna ang dala ko kasi mabigat.

Tagalog example sentence for Binitawan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word bitawan, meaning: [verb] to let go of something; to let go the hold of something; to let something go loose.

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Binitawan ko muna ang dalá ko kasí mabigát
I set down what I was carrying meantime because it's heavy.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Binitawan ko muna ang dala ko kasi mabigat.
Binitawan ko muna ang dalá ko kasí mabigát .
release one's hold of I for the meantime the load my because heavy
I set down what I was carrying meantime because it's heavy.

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