Definition for the Tagalog word bigyan:
[verb] to give something to someone*Note: focus on the receiver of the given item
Verb conjugations of bigyan:
Focus: Benefactor Root: bigayConjugation Type: -An
Bigyan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (18)
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Bigyán mo akó ng halimbawà
Give me an example.
Give me one/some of that.
Binigyán niyá ang mga batà
She gave the children toys.
ng pera ang kanyáng asawa
He gave money to his wife / spouse.
brewed coffee si
John gave brewed coffee to the boss.
Bigyán mo akó ng pagkakátaóng magpaliwanag
Give me a chance to explain.
Binigyán na kitá
. Tamà na
I already gave you some. That's it/enough.
Bíbigyán mo ba akó o hindî
Are you going to give it to me or not?
Bíbigyán mo ba si
Jane ng regalo sa
Will you be giving Jane a gift on her birthday?
Bigyán mo pa ng pagkakátaón
Give it a chance.
Bakit ayaw mo akóng bigyán
Why don't you want to give me one/some?
Bakit hindî mo akó biníbigyán ng pansín
Why aren't you minding me?
Pag biníbigyán ka
, tanggapín mo lang
If they're giving you something, just take it.
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How to pronounce bigyan:
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Related Filipino Words:bigáyibigáymagbigáymapagbigáybumigáybigyáng-diínpagbibigáymagbigayanmamigáymabigyán
Related English Words:givegivesgivinggave
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