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Root: usap


usap is a common word root in the Filipino language.

Meaning of the root usap:
ROOT DEFINITION:
~ related to discussing something (with someone else)

Usap Words and Definitions:

Example words using the Filipino / Tagalog root "usap"

mag-usap : [verb] to have a discussion; to have a conversation; to converse; to chat; * focus on plural actors who are talking   more... »
makipag-usap : [verb] to talk with; to converse with; to communicate with; * focus on actor who is talking   more... »
kausapin : [verb] to speak to someone; to talk with someone; * focus on the person being talked to   more... »
pag-usapan : [verb] to have a discussion about something; to converse about something; * focus on the item being discussed   more... »
mapag-usapan : [verb] to discuss; to settle matters; to be talked about   more... »
makausap : [verb] to be able to talk to someone   more... »
kausap : [noun] fellow conversationalist; a person talked to / talking with; someone to talk to   more... »
pangungusap : [noun] sentence (grammar); remarks; expression   more... »
kumausap : [verb] to speak with; to talk with   more... »
makiusap : [verb] to request; to ask for; to plead; to beg   more... »
usap : [noun] discussion   more... »
mangusap : [verb] to talk in a certain way; to exhort; to speak;   more... »
usapan : [noun] conversation; agreement; appointment   more... »
pag-uusap : [noun] conversation; conference   more... »
pakiusap : [noun] request; plea; please   more... »
pakikipag-usap : [noun] conversation   more... »
pakiusapan : [verb] to request something from someone; to ask something from someone; * focus on the one being asked/requested from   more... »
usap-usapan : [noun] rumor; gossip   more... »
magkausap : [verb] to have the chance to talk   more... »

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