Definition for the Tagalog word kunin:
[verb] to get something; to take something; to obtain something; to fetch something
Verb conjugations of kunin:
Focus: Object Root: kuhaConjugation Type: -In Verb
Kunin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (14)
Kunin mo ang libró sa mesa
Get/Take the book on the table.
Kunin mo ang libró kay
Get the book from Bob.
Kunin mo ang baríl sa batà
Take the gun away from the child.
Kinuha mo ba yung libró na nasa mesa
Did you take/get the book that was on the table?
Bakit mo kinuha ang libró sa mesa
Why did you take the book on the table?
Bakit mo kinukuha ang hindî sa iyó
Why do you take that which is not yours?
Huwág mong kukunin ang hindî sa iyó
Don't take what's not yours.
Mary ang kaniyáng sapatos sa ilalim ng kama
Mary is getting her shoes from under the bed.
Will you be getting this?
May kinukuha ka ba sa bag ko
Are you taking something from my bag?
Anó ang kinukuha ng anák mo sa koléhiyó
What is your daughter studying / majoring in in college?
Alternate spelling(s): kuhanin
, kuhainAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce kunin:
Related Filipino Words:kuhaKuha mo?kumuhakunanmakuhamanguhamakakuhaikuhamakunanpagkuha
Related English Words:getgotgottengetstaketooktakentakingobtainobtainedobtainingfetchfetchesfetchedfetching
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