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idikit

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word idikit in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word idikit:


idikít  Play audio #11071Save to Flash Cards
[verb]  to stick something to something else; to press against something; to attach something; to seal something; to mount something


Verb conjugations of idikit:

Focus:  Object Focus Icon Object   Root: dikitConjugation Type: I-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
idikít  Play audio #11071
Past:
idinikít  
Present:
idinídikít  
Future:
idídikít  
Verb family:  dumikít ,  magdikít ,  
idikít
,  dikitán
String frequency indicator:

There is not enough data for this entry to determine if it is more common in formal or casual speech.?

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Idinikít ko ang tainga ko sa pintô
I stuck my ear to the door.

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How to pronounce idikit:

IDIKIT AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio #11071
Markup Code:
[rec:11071]
Related Filipino Words:
dikítnakadikítpandikítmádikítdumikítmadikítpagdikítmagdikítdikitán
Related English Words:
stickpresssealmountstick tosticksstuckstickingadheresadheringadhered
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