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Natatakot akong itakwil o ituring na patay ng mga magulang ko.

Tagalog example sentence for Patay


Example sentence for the Tagalog word patay, meaning: [adjective] dead; deceased; [noun] dead (person); [expressions] crap / oh my gosh / dang (slang).

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Natatakot akóng itakwíl o ituring na patáy ng mga magulang ko
I'm afraid my parents may cast me out or regard me as dead.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Natatakot akong itakwil o ituring na patay ng mga magulang ko.
Natatakot akóng itakwíl o ituring na patáy ng mga magulang ko .
be afraid I disown or treat grammatically, a word that can be used to connect two words dead by grammatical marker indicating plurality parent my
I'm afraid my parents may cast me out or regard me as dead.

There are 4 other example sentences using the word patay or its variants.
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