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Isinuot ni Jacob ang damit ni Esau.

Tagalog example sentence for Isinuot


Example sentence for the Tagalog word isuot, meaning: [verb] to wear something; to get dressed in something.

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Isinuót ni Jacob ang damít ni Esau. 
Jacob wore Esau's clothes.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Isinuot ni Jacob ang damit ni Esau.
Isinuót ni Jacob ang damít ni Esau .
Wore a word placed before a proper noun the clothes a word placed before a proper noun
Jacob wore Esau's clothes.

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