Huwag kang nag-iisip ng kung anu-ano.

Tagalog example sentence for Ano-ano

Example sentence for the Tagalog word ano-ano, meaning: [pronoun] what; plural of "what"; plural of "ano"; others; various things; various other; this and that.

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Huwág kang nag-íisíp ng kung anu-anó.
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Don't think about useless / stupid things. / Stop imagining things.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Huwag kang nag-iisip ng kung anu-ano.
Huwág kang nag-íisíp ng kung anu-anó .
don't you thinking of just what/whatever
Don't think about useless / stupid things. / Stop imagining things.

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