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Binibigyang-diin ni Jake ang katotohanan sa kuwento niya.

Tagalog example sentence for Bigyang-diin


Example sentence for the Tagalog word bigyang-diin, meaning: [verb] to emphasize something; to stress something; to accentuate something.

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Biníbigyáng-diín ni Jake ang katotohanan sa kuwento niyá
Jake emphasizes the truth in his story.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Binibigyang-diin ni Jake ang katotohanan sa kuwento niya.
Biníbigyáng-diín ni Jake ang katotohanan sa kuwento niyá .
emphasize by the truth in story his / her / its
Jake emphasizes the truth in his story.

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