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Masama ang umaayaw sa grasya. (A saying)

Tagalog example sentence for Umaayaw


Example sentence for the Tagalog word umayaw, meaning: [verb] to dislike; to reject; to refuse; to disapprove; to withdraw; to back out.

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Masamâ ang umáayáw sa grasya. (A saying) 
It's not good to refuse a favor / benefit.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Masama ang umaayaw sa grasya. (A saying)
Masamâ ang umáayáw sa grasya . ( A saying )
bad the refusing of grace
It's not good to refuse a favor / benefit.

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