Definition for the Tagalog word luma:
[adjective] old; worn; stale
Note: "luma" is only used to refer to things or inanimate things. For living people, animals, etc., you should use "matanda" instead.
Luma Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
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Gumagana pa ba itóng lumang radyo mo
Does this old radio of yours still work?
Minámaneho niyá ang lumang sasakyán
She's driving the old car.
Sinisirà ng anay ang lumang bahay
Termites are destroying the old house.
My grandmother is old now.
Itinatapon mo lang ba ang mga lumà mong damít
Do you just throw away your old clothes?
Híhingín ko na lang kay
Tony ang lumang
cell phone niyá
I'll just ask Tony to give me his old cell phone.
Hindî namin pinapasok ang lumang bahay kasí natatakot kamí
We don't enter the old house because we are scared.
Pinápalitán ng bangko ang mga lumang pera ng bago
The bank replaces the old currency with the new one.
Namilì kamí ng mga lumang damít na pwede na nating ipamigáy
We chose from our old clothes those that we may already give away.
Nagmukháng lumà agád ang bagong sapatos ni
Anna kasí iyón ang isinúsuót niyá lagì
The new shoes of Anna quickly looked old/worn because they're what she always wears.
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How to pronounce luma:
LUMA AUDIO CLIP:
Related Filipino Words:kalumaanmalumàmakalumàlúmang-lumà
Related English Words:oldwornworn outstale
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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