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Mukhang lalo pang sasama ang panahon mamayang gabi.

Tagalog example sentence for Sasama


Example sentence for the Tagalog word sumama, meaning: [verb] to become bad; to become evil; to deteriorate; to degenerate; to become worse; to be unlucky.

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Mukháng la pang sasamâ ang panahón mámayáng gabí
It looks like the weather is even going to turn for the worse tonight.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Mukhang lalo pang sasama ang panahon mamayang gabi.
Mukháng la pang sasamâ ang panahón mámayáng gabí .
seemingly even more so still will become worse the weather later night
It looks like the weather is even going to turn for the worse tonight.

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