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Ayaw niyang katawanin sa korte ang mga kriminal.

Tagalog example sentence for Korte


Example sentence for the Tagalog word korte, meaning: [noun] (law) court; shape; outline.

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Ayaw niyáng katawanín sa korte ang mga kriminál
She doesn't want to represent criminals in court.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ayaw niyang katawanin sa korte ang mga kriminal.
Ayaw niyáng katawanín sa korte ang mga kriminál .
not want, do not want he / she / it represent in court the grammatical marker indicating plurality criminal
She doesn't want to represent criminals in court.

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