Definition for the Tagalog word akalain:
[verb] to think; to mistakenly think; to assume; to take into consideration; to conceive
Verb conjugations of akalain:
Focus: Object Root: akalaConjugation Type: -In Verb
Akalain Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
Hindî ko inaakalang ngayón ka daratíng
I never thought you'd arrive today.
Inakalà niyáng páparoón ka
He mistakenly thought you would go there.
Lily na binatà pa si
Lily thought that Charles was still a bachelor.
Hindî namin akalain na magagalit ka
We did not think that you would get mad.
Nagkamalî akó ng ináakalà tungkól sa iyó
I was wrong with my assumptions about you.
Jack pero hindî niyá akalain na ganitó ang mangyayari
Jack gave his permission but he did not expect that this is what's going to happen.
Sa itsura ni
Jill áakalain mo bang limá na ang anák niyá
With the way Jill looks would you ever think that she already has five kids?
Hindî ikáw ang ináakalà kong mámahalín ko
I never thought that it's you I'd fall in love with.
Huwág mong akalain na hindî ko alám ang ginagawâ mo
Don't assume that I do not know what you're doing.
Nagtakbuhan silá nang kumilos ang inakalà niláng patáy
They all ran when the one they presumed as dead moved.
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Related English Words:mistakenly thinkconceiveconceivesconceivedconceivingthinkthoughtthinkingconsiderconsideredconsideringimageimaginedimaginingassumeassumingassumedtake into consideration
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