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Kahit magmakaawa pa sa iyo si George, huwag kang bibigay.

Tagalog example sentence for Bibigay


Example sentence for the Tagalog word bumigay, meaning: [verb] to get broken or damaged; to finally give in; to be homosexual or come out of the closet (figurative).

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Kahit magmakaa pa sa iyó si George, huwág kang bíbigáy
Even if George pleads, don't give in.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kahit magmakaawa pa sa iyo si George, huwag kang bibigay.
Kahit magmakaa pa sa iyó si George , huwág kang bíbigáy .
even if pleads still to you a word placed before a proper noun don't you finally give in
Even if George pleads, don't give in.

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