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Lagyan mo ng tubig ang bote hanggang mapuno.

Tagalog example sentence for Mapuno


Example sentence for the Tagalog word mapuno, meaning: [verb] to become full; to be filled; to be full of; to be suffused; to be crowded.

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Lagyán mo ng tubig ang bote hanggáng mapunô.
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Put water in the bottle until it gets filled.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Lagyan mo ng tubig ang bote hanggang mapuno.
Lagyán mo ng tubig ang bote hanggáng mapunô .
put in you with water the bottle until to be filled
Put water in the bottle until it gets filled.

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