Definition for the Tagalog word iwan:
[verb] to leave something behind; to abandon something; to vacate something
Verb conjugations of iwan:
Focus: Object Conjugation Type: I-
Iwan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
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Iniwan ng batà ang laruán niyá sa silya
The child left his toy on the chair.
Juliet ng asawa niyá
Juliet's husband left her.
Saán mo iniwan ang libró ni
Where did you leave Luke's book?
With whom would you leave that?
Iwan mo lang ang
cake sa mesa at walâ namáng gágaláw niyán
Just leave the cake on the table as no one would touch it.
Huwág mong bastá iniiwan na lang ang mga gamit mo sa mesa
Don't just leave your stuff on the table.
Huwág mong iniiwan na bukás ang pintô kasí bakâ pumasok ang mga lamók
Don't leave the door open because the mosquitoes might get in.
Kapág hindî ka tumigil ng iyák
, iiwan ka namin
If you won't stop crying, we'd leave you behind.
Bakit mo iniwan ang anák mong nag-íisá sa bahay
Why did you leave your child alone in the house?
Huwág mo muna itóng itátabí
. Iwan mo lang muna dito sa mesa
Don't keep this first. Just leave it on the table for the meantime.
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Related Filipino Words:iwananmaiwanmag-iwan
Related English Words:abandonabandonedabandoningvacatevacatingvacatedleave something behindabandon somethingabandon someonevacate something
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