Definition for the Tagalog word bawian:
[verb] to lose something; to be dispossessed of something
Verb conjugations of bawian:
Root: bawiConjugation Type: -An
Bawian Example Sentences in Tagalog: (9)
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Hinilíng kong bawian ng lakás ang kaaway
I asked that my enemy be deprived of strength.
Mámahalín kitá hanggáng sa araw na bawian akó ng buhay
I will love you until the day I die.
Nagdemanda siyá nang bawian silá ng lupà
He sued when the land was taken away from them.
Binawian ng buhay ang lola ko
My grandmother died.
Binawian ng mana ang magkapatíd
The siblings were dispossessed of their inheritance.
Bakit binawian ng parangál si
Why was Mina stripped of her award?
Bábawian natin silá bukas
We will get back at them tomorrow.
Bábawian ng prangkisa ang mga
The franchise of the operators will be taken back.
Bábawian ko siyá dahil sinaktán niyá akó
I will get back at him because he hurt me.
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Related Filipino Words:bawìbumawìbawian ng buhaymakabawìbawiinpagbawìmabawì
Related English Words:loseloseslostlosingdispossessed
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