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Kailan kaya nila ibababa uli ang presyo ng gasolina?

Tagalog example sentence for Ibaba


Example sentence for the Tagalog word ibaba, meaning: [verb] to put something down; to bring 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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Kailán kayâ nilá ibababâ ulî ang presyo ng gasolina
I wonder when they'd bring down again the price of gasoline.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kailan kaya nila ibababa uli ang presyo ng gasolina?
Kailán kayâ nilá ibababâ ulî ang presyo ng gasolina ?
when I wonder they will bring down again the price of gasoline
I wonder when they'd bring down again the price of gasoline.

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