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kumapal

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

Definition for the Tagalog word kumapal:


kumapál  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[verb]  to thicken


Verb conjugations of kumapal:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: kapalConjugation Type: -Um-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
kumapál  Play audio
Past:
kumapál  Play audio
Present:
kumákapál  
Future:
kákapál  
Example Sentences Available Icon Kumapal Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
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Kumapál ang buhók niyá dahil sa gamót na ibinigáy ko
His hair thickened because of the medicine I gave him.
Kumapál ang la niyá matapos ang operasyón
Her lips thickened after the operation.
Kumákapál na ang mga ulap
The clouds are getting thicker.
Kákapál ang mga damó kung hindî mo tatabasin ang mga itó
The grass will thicken if you don't trim them.
Kumapál ba ang balbás niyá
Did his beard grow thicker?

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How to pronounce kumapal:

KUMAPAL AUDIO CLIP:
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Markup Code:
[rec:16850]
Related Filipino Words:
kapálmakapálkapál ng mukhâAng kapál mo ah!kapalín
Related English Words:
thickensthickenthickenedthickening
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