Definition for the Tagalog word dami:
[noun] amount; number; quantity; volume; a lot
Dami Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
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Ang dami kong dapat gawín
I have a lot that I should do. / I have a lot to do.
Sa dami ng ating trabaho anóng oras na kayâ tayo makákauwî
With so much work to be done, I wonder what time we'll be able to go home.
Ang dami ko na ngang problema dinádagdagán mo pa
I already have so many problems and you're still adding to them.
Ang dami ko nang naibigáy sa iyóng pera
, hindî ka pa rin nakuntento
I have already given you so much money and you're still not pleased.
Sa dami ng kailangan kong gawín
, hindî ko na alám kung alín ang una kong áatupagin
With so many thing I have to do, I don't know anymore which one I should attend to first.
Alternate spelling(s): ramiAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:maraminakararamidumamikaramihannápakaramipinakamaramidamihanparamí nang paramímaramihanmarámi-rami
Related English Words:amountnumberquantityvolumemany
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