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Lalong lalala ang sipon mo kung magpapaulan ka.

Tagalog example sentence for Lalo


Example sentence for the Tagalog word lalo, meaning: [adverb] more so; even more so; more; increasingly.

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Lalong lalalâ ang sipón mo kung magpápaulán ka
Your cold would even get worse if you would get yourself wet in the rain.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Lalong lalala ang sipon mo kung magpapaulan ka.
Lalong lalalâ ang sipón mo kung magpápaulán ka .
even more so get worse the cold your if will get oneself wet in the rain you
Your cold would even get worse if you would get yourself wet in the rain.

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