Definition for the Tagalog word ihatid:
[verb] to drop off someone/something; to bring something; to take something to
Verb conjugations of ihatid:
Focus: Object Root: hatidConjugation Type: I-
Ihatid Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
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Ihatíd mo akó sa adrés na itó
Take me to this address.
Dito akó inihatíd ng
This is where the taxi took me.
Mamayâ iháhatíd kitá sa inyó
Later I'll bring you home.
Áraw-araw iniháhatíd ang batà ng nanay niyá sa páaralán
The child is brought by her mom to school everyday.
Ihatíd mo itó sa bahay ng lolo mo
Take this to your grandpa's house.
Alternate spelling(s): hinatid
, ihinahatidAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce ihatid:
IHATID AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:hatídmaghatídpahatídmagpahatídhatiranpaghahatíd
Related English Words:dropdrop offdrops offdropped offdropping offbringbringingtaketooktakesbroughtrelayrelayingrelayedconveyconveyedconveying
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