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Basta ibinigay niya ito sa akin at hindi siya nagpakilala.

Tagalog example sentence for Basta


Example sentence for the Tagalog word basta, meaning: [adverb] just so long as; only; just; simply; enough; that's all; sufficient; as long as; make sure you; [interjection] stop!; for no reason!; just because!; anything for (you/him/her).

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Bastá ibinigáy niyá itó sa akin at hindî siyá nagpakilala
He just gave this to me and did not introduce himself.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Basta ibinigay niya ito sa akin at hindi siya nagpakilala.
Bastá ibinigáy niyá itó sa akin at hindî siyá nagpakilala .
just gave he / she / it this to me and not he / she / it introduced oneself to someone
He just gave this to me and did not introduce himself.

There are 8 other example sentences using the word basta or its variants.
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