Definition for the Tagalog word lahat:
[adjective] all; all of; all and each one; every; everything; everyone
"Lahat" is "all" but in the sense of "all and each one". If you want to use "all" as in the "entire" or "whole", use "buo" instead.
Lahat Example Sentences in Tagalog: (19)
Sumigáw ka para mariníg ka niláng lahát
Shout so that all of them can hear you.
Nadídiskubré ng marami na hindî lahát ng kaibigan nilá ay mabuti
Many people discover that not all of their friends are good.
Mawalâ na ang lahát
, huwág lang ikáw
I could give up everything, except you.
Nandito na ba kayóng lahát
Is everyone here now?
Nagkakamalî namán ang lahát
Everybody makes mistakes.
All of them are here now.
Natutulog ba ang lahát ng mga batà
Are all of the children sleeping?
Makakain mo ba lahát iyán
Would you be able to eat all of that?
Huwág mong gagástusín lahát iyán
Don't spend all of that.
Hello, all! / Hello to everyone!
Maligayang Paskó sa inyóng lahát
Merry Christmas to you all!
Nadádalá mo bang lahát ang mga libróng iyán sa eskuwela
Are you able to bring all those books to school?
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Related Filipino Words:pángkalahatánlahát-lahátpanlahátlahatínkalahatanlahatan
Related English Words:allall ofall and each oneeveryeverythingeveryone
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