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Ayaw kong makiisa sa kampanyang hindi ko gusto.

Tagalog example sentence for Makiisa


Example sentence for the Tagalog word makiisa, meaning: [verb] to unite with; to become one with; to join in.

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Ayaw kong makiisá sa kampanyang hindî ko gustó
I don't want to be involved in a campaign I don't like.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ayaw kong makiisa sa kampanyang hindi ko gusto.
Ayaw kong makiisá sa kampanyang hindî ko gustó .
not want, do not want I unite with in campaign don't I like
I don't want to be involved in a campaign I don't like.

There are 11 other example sentences using the word makiisa or its variants.
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