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Naging mahal ang bigas dahil sa nakaraang bagyo.

Tagalog example sentence for Nakaraan


Example sentence for the Tagalog word nakaraan, meaning: [adjective] past; previous; previously; former; bygone; recent.

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Nagíng mahál ang bigás dahil sa nakaraáng bagyó.
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Rice became expensive because of the recent typhoon.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Naging mahal ang bigas dahil sa nakaraang bagyo.
Nagíng mahál ang bigás dahil sa nakaraáng bagyó .
Became expensive the hull uncooked rice because of recent typhoon
Rice became expensive because of the recent typhoon.

There are 7 other example sentences using the word nakaraan or its variants.
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