Definition for the Tagalog word kainin:
[verb] to eat something*Note: focus on the thing being eaten
Verb conjugations of kainin:
Focus: Object Root: kainConjugation Type: -In Verb
Kainin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (22)
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Kinain ko ang mga mansanas
I ate the apples.
ng batà ang kendi
The child ate the candy.
Rovelynn ang tinapay
Rovelynn ate the bread.
Kinain ko ang tostadong kalahatí ng tinapay
I ate the toasted half of the bread.
Walâ siyáng kakainin kung hindî siyá nangisdâ
He would eat nothing if he didn't fish.
Humanap ka ng gustó mong kainin sa kusinà
Find something you'd like to eat in the kitchen.
Naghanáp akó ng pwedeng kong kainin
I looked for something I can eat.
Anó ang kinakain ng mga asong iyón
What are those dogs eating?
Hanggá't may kakainin
, kumain tayo
As long as there's food to eat, let's eat.
Kinain ko kung anó ang inihain nilá sa akin
I ate whatever they served me.
Ayaw ng batang mamigáy ng kinakain niyá
The kid does not want to share what he's eating.
Bayaran na natin ang kinain natin
Let's ask for the check. / Let's pay for what we ate.
Alternate spelling(s): kanin
, kakaninAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:kainkumainhapág-kainánpagkainmakainmagkaínAnóng nakain mo?pakaininmagpakainkainan
Related English Words:eateatseatingate
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