Definition for the Tagalog word akala:
[noun] thought; mistakenly thought; presumption; assumption; opinion; idea; belief
Akala Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
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Akalà ko mahuhulog akó sa kama kanina
I thought I was going to fall off the bed earlier.
Ang akalà ko Amerikano siyá
I assumed that he is an American.
Akalà ko bibisita lang si
Ann sa kapatíd niyá sa
America. Hindî ko alám na tuluyan na palá siyáng doón títirá
I thought Ann was just going to visit her sibling in America. I did not know that she would already live there eventually.
Akalà ko hihintô ka na ng paninigarilyo nung isáng taón
I thought you would already stop smoking last year.
Akalà ko pumayag ka kasí parang tumangó ka
I thought you gave your consent because it looked like you nodded your head.
Alternate spelling(s): kalaAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:akalainmag-akalàAkala mo lang 'yun!
Related English Words:presumptionideabeliefassumptionassumedthinkthoughtmistakenly thinkmistakenly thought
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