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Kung ano ang inutang, siya rin ang kabayaran. (a saying)

Tagalog example sentence for Inutang


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

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Kung anó ang inutang, siyá rin ang kabayarán. (a saying) 
What is borrowed is what will be paid. (An eye for an eye.)

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kung ano ang inutang, siya rin ang kabayaran. (a saying)
Kung anó ang inutang , siyá rin ang kabayarán . ( a saying )
as to what/when/where/how/etc what the borrowed money it also the the corresponding payment to a loan
What is borrowed is what will be paid. (An eye for an eye.)

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