Definition for the Tagalog word ipagawa:
[verb] to give a task to be done; to have something made; to order something to be done; to have something fixed
Verb conjugations of ipagawa:
Root: gawaConjugation Type: Ipa-
Ipagawa Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
Magkano ang ginastos mo para ipagawâ ang kotse mo
How much did you spend to have your car repaired?
Jack ng malakí para ipagawâ ang kotse niyá
Jack spent a lot to have his car repaired.
Nasunód mo ba ang ipinápagawâ ko sa iyó
Were you able to follow through what I asked you to do?
Inasikaso mo ba 'yung ipinagágawà ko sa iyó
Did you attend to that thing I asked you to do?
Huwág kang súsunód kung sa palagáy mo ay malî ang ipinápagawâ sa iyó
Don't comply if you feel that what you're being asked to do is wrong.
Alternate spelling(s): ipinagagawa
, papagawaAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce ipagawa:
IPAGAWA AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:gawâgawíngumawâmagawâmakagawâgawainpaggawâmanggagawàmaggawâgawán
Related English Words:give a task to be doneto order something to be donefixfixedfixingfixeshave something fixedhave fixed
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