Definition for the Tagalog word din:
[enclitic] also; too; as well; anyway; nevertheless; for sure; surely; a way of giving assurance of something; in return; rather; somewhat
"Din" is often spelled "rin" when the prior word ends in a vowel.
Din Example Sentences in Tagalog: (22)
It will do. / It's not so bad.
Tútulungan kitá kung tútulungan mo rin akó
I will help you if you'd help me, too.
Mahahanap mo rin ang nawawalâ mong hikaw
You will eventually find your missing earring.
Hindî pa rin niyá tinítigilan ang paninigarilyo
He still hasn't quit smoking.
Kung bíbilí ka
, bíbilí din akó
If you will buy, I will also buy.
Maúunawaan ko rin sa hulí ang kahulugán ng mga salitáng itó
I will eventually understand the meaning of these words.
Mauumay ka rin diyán
, sinasabi ko sa iyó
You'll get sick of that eventually, I'm telling you.
Mabábaón din sa limót ang nangyari kanina
What happened earlier will eventually be forgotten.
Kung ikáw ang nasa kalagayan ko
, hihinalain mo rin ba siyáng manloloko
If you were in my position, would you also suspect that he was a scammer?
Jane is also beautiful. / Jane is beautiful, too.
Alternate spelling(s): rin
, denAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce din:
Related Filipino Words:rinna rinnadin
Related English Words:alsotooanywayneverthelesssurelyas wellin returnfor surerathersomewhat
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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