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Bata pa lang sila, namulat na sila sa karahasan.

Tagalog example sentence for Namulat


Example sentence for the Tagalog word mamulat, meaning: [verb] to have one's eyes opened; to be born in a certain environment; to be exposed to (an experience).

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Ba pa lang silá, namulat na silá sa karahasán
They learned about violence by being exposed to it as children.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Bata pa lang sila, namulat na sila sa karahasan.
Ba pa lang silá , namulat na silá sa karahasán .
child still only they had one's eyes opened already they to violence
They learned about violence by being exposed to it as children.

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