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Umaatras ang bus nang ito ay bumangga sa pader.

Tagalog example sentence for Umaatras


Example sentence for the Tagalog word umatras, meaning: [verb] to back off; to back out (e.g., of a deal); to move back; to move backwards; to back up; to retreat.

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Umáatrás ang bus nang itó ay bumanggâ sa padér.
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The bus was backing up when it hit the wall.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Umaatras ang bus nang ito ay bumangga sa pader.
Umáatrás ang bus nang itó ay bumanggâ sa padér .
backing up the bus when it is crashed into the concrete wall
The bus was backing up when it hit the wall.

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