Definition for the Tagalog word batikusin:
[verb] to verbally harass someone; to go off on a tirade against someone
Verb conjugations of batikusin:
Focus: Object Root: batikosConjugation Type: -In Verb
Batikusin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
Click or tap any underlined
word to see a literal translation.
Waláng sínumáng tao ang dapat batikusin
No one should be verbally harassed.
May karapatán akóng batikusin ang gobyerno
I have the right to criticize the government.
Ayaw kong batikusin ang nobyo ko
I don't want to lash out at my boyfriend.
Binatikós at inatake si
Eloisa was verbally harassed and attacked.
Bakit siyá binatikós ng mga botante
Why was he criticized by the voters?
Binatikós ng mga krítikó ang pelíkulá ni
Jen's movie was torn down by critics.
Binabatikós ng artíkulóng itó ang mga opisyál
This article criticizes the officials.
Binabatikós niyá ang matindíng pagmamaltrato sa mga batà
She criticizes the severe maltreatment of children.
Binabatikós niyá ang mga sumúsuporta sa katiwalián
She criticizes those who support corruption.
Hindî akó sigurado kung babatikusin ko siyá
I'm not sure if I'll go off on a tirade against him.
Alám niyáng babatikusin siyá ng mga kaibigan niyá
He knows that he will draw ridicule from his peers.
Bakit ko babatikusin ang taong mahál ko
Why will I verbally harass the person I love?
Join us! We are a free online community for Filipino / Tagalog language learnersJoin »
Related Filipino Words:batikosbumatikospagbatikos
Related English Words:harassverbally harasstiradego off on a tiradeverbally harassedharassedharassingharasses
Feedback / Suggestions:
Did you find an error or do you know of an improvement for this entry? Please let us know, your feedback is very helpful!
Submit Suggestion »