Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word kinakaya.
kay anin [verb] to be able to endure or cope with something; to be able to handle doing something; to be able to do or accomplish something
Verb conjugations of kayanin:
Focus: Object Root: kaya Conjugation Type:
Kinakaya Example Sentences in Tagalog: (2)
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My body can still endure the pain.
Kinak aya ng mga estudy ante ang kanil áng pag-u ulat
The students are doing well with their report.
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