Definition for the Tagalog word ayoko:
I do not like; I do not want to; I do not want
To say one doesn't like something, use "Ayoko ng ..."
To say one doesn't like someone, use "Ayoko sa ..." or "Ayoko kay ..."
Ayoko Example Sentences in Tagalog: (13)
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I don't want to drink (anything).
Ayokong pangunahan ang desisyón niyá
I don't want to preempt her decision.
Ayokong malaman na ginágastá mo sa mga bisyo mo ang ipinápadalá kong pera
I do not want to find out that you are spending on your vices the money I send you.
Ayoko nakíkialám silá sa aking ginagawa
I don't like them meddling in my affairs.
Ayokong masuká sa haráp ninyó
I don't want to throw up in front of you.
Ayokong magpaskó kasama ka
I don't want to spend Christmas with you.
Ayokong makipag-usap sa iyó
I don't want to talk to you.
I don't want to think (about it).
Alternate spelling(s): yoko
, ayaw ko
, aykoAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce ayoko:
AYOKO AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:ayawumayáwayawánpag-ayáwpinakaayáw
Related English Words:i don't likedislikei don't wanti don't want toi do not likei do not want
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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