Ibaba mo ang kamay mo.

Tagalog example sentence for Ibaba

Example sentence for the Tagalog word ibaba, meaning: [verb] to put something down; to bring something down; to pull something down; to lower something; to take something down; to degrade something; to demote something; to lower the position of something; to bring something downstairs.

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Ibabâ mo ang kamáy mo.
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Put your hand down.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ibaba mo ang kamay mo.
Ibabâ mo ang kamáy mo .
lower the position of you the hand your
Put your hand down.

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