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Magkano ang gusto mong utangin sa akin?

Tagalog example sentence for Utangin


Example sentence for the Tagalog word utangin, meaning: [verb] to borrow money.

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Magkano ang gustó mong utangin sa akin
How much money would you like to borrow from me?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Magkano ang gusto mong utangin sa akin?
Magkano ang gustó mong utangin sa akin ?
how much the like you to borrow money from me
How much money would you like to borrow from me?

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