"iluto" and "lutuin" are both equally correct object focused verbs meaning "to cook something." "Lutuin" is slightly more common.
This string is used more frequently in casual content than formal content.?
Formal Rank: #1547 Casual Rank: #783 ** A lower rank means the word is used more frequently. For example, rank #1 would be the most frequently used word.
Method: This script ranks all words by frequency using both formal sources (mostly newspaper articles) and informal sources (a combination of over 100 hours of transcribed audio, internet comments, and amateur fiction writing) to roughly determine whether a word is used more frequency in casual or formal contexts.
Lutuin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
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I will cook the chicken.
What I'm cooking almost burned.
I would like to be able to have a taste of what you're cooking.
I want to serve them the dish I cooked
When are we going to cook the chicken?
What is that you're cooking?
I cooked the adobo yesterday yet.
The thing you're cooking is already boiling.
Did you add salt to what I'm cooking?
She didn't appreciate what I cooked.
She makes sure that the menudo she's cooking is delicious.
I would like to taste what you're cooking.
Did you add garlic into what you're cooking?
Iniisipni Mary kunglálagyánpaulîniyángasínangnilulutòniyá.
Mary is thinking if she should add more salt into what she's cooking.
Gustóni Tom matikmánangnilulutòmo.
Tom would like to have a taste of what you're cooking.
User-submitted Example Sentences (1):
User-submitted example sentences from Tatoeba who have self reported as being fluent in Tagalog.
Di ako makakain ng hilaw na itlog; kailangang lutuin. Tatoeba user-submitted sentence