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isuot

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

Definition for the Tagalog word isuot:


isuót  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[verb]  to wear something; to get dressed in something


Verb conjugations of isuot:

Focus:  Object Focus Icon Object   Root: suotConjugation Type: I-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
isuót  Play audio
Past:
isinuót  Play audio
Present:
isinúsuót  Play audio
Future:
isúsuót  Play audio
Verb family:  magsuót ,  
isuót
,  suutín
Example Sentences Available Icon Isuot Example Sentences in Tagalog: (3)
Isinuót ni Jacob ang damít ni Esau. 
Jacob wore Esau's clothes.
Isuót mo itó
Wear this.
Nagmukháng lu agád ang bagong sapatos ni Anna kasí iyón ang isinúsuót niyá la
The new shoes of Anna quickly looked old/worn because they're what she always wears.

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How to pronounce isuot:

ISUOT AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio
Markup Code:
[rec:10700]
Related Filipino Words:
suotnakasuót ngsuutínmagsuótsuotánkasuotansumuót
Related English Words:
wearwearswornworewearingput on clothesputs on clothesputting on clothes
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