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Linggo-linggo dinadalaw niya ang asawa niyang nakakulong.

Tagalog example sentence for Dinadalaw


Example sentence for the Tagalog word dalawin, meaning: [verb] to visit somewhere/someone.

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Linggo-linggó dinadalaw niyá ang asawa niyáng nakakulóng
Every week she visits her husband who's in jail.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Linggo-linggo dinadalaw niya ang asawa niyang nakakulong.
Linggo-linggó dinadalaw niyá ang asawa niyáng nakakulóng .
every week visits someone he / she / it the spouse: husband or wife his / her / its imprisoned
Every week she visits her husband who's in jail.

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