Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word gusto.

Definition for the Tagalog word gusto:

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[verb]  to like; to want; to want to; to prefer
*Note: pseudo-verb

Root: gusto
Usage Note Icon Usage Notes:
Deciding when to use "Gusto" or "Mahilig" can sometimes cause confusion for new students. "Gusto" expresses wanting something, or liking something, or approval, or a favorable opinion of something; while "mahilig" expresses fondness for something and often a desire to "do something" to the object of approval.

Example Sentences Available Icon Gusto Example Sentences in Tagalog: (77)
Gustó kong bumilí nitó
I would like to buy this / one of these.
Gustó kitáng makilala
I'd like to know you.
Anó ang gustó mo
What would you like?
Saáng parté ng sinehán mo gustóng maupô
At which section of the movie house do you like to sit?
Gustó niláng malaman kung alín sa mga gamit ko ang handâ kong ipamigáy
They want to know which of my stuff I would be willing to part with.
Pumi ka ng gustó mo
Choose the one you like.
Gustó ko pa ng pagkain
I'd like some more food.
Gustó kong tumikím ng nilulu mo
I would like to have a taste of what you're cooking.
Gustó mo bang maiwan
Would you like to stay / be left behind?
Anó ang mas gustó mo
Which do you like best?
Gustóng gustó ko itó
I like it a lot.
Gustó mo bang lumabás
Would you like to go out (socially)?
Alternate spelling(s):
gsto, gustu
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.

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