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Dinukot niya ang pera sa kaniyang bulsa.

Tagalog example sentence for Dinukot


Example sentence for the Tagalog word dukutin, meaning: [verb] to kidnap someone; to draw something out; to take something out.

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Dinukot niyá ang pera sa kaniyáng bulsá
He took the money in his pocket.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Dinukot niya ang pera sa kaniyang bulsa.
Dinukot niyá ang pera sa kaniyáng bulsá .
drew out he / she / it the money from his / her / its pocket
He took the money in his pocket.

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