Definition for the Tagalog word maasar:
[verb] to be furious; to be frustrated
Verb conjugations of maasar:
Focus: Actor Root: asarConjugation Type: Ma-
Maasar Example Sentences in Tagalog: (13)
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Hindî ka ba naaasár sa nangyayari
Aren't you frustrated at what's happening?
Naasár siyá dahil bumagsák siyá sa pagsusulit
She was frustrated because she failed the exam.
I was frustrated with what you did.
Maaasár ka kapág nalaman mo ang masamáng balità
You'll be furious when you hear the bad news.
Naaasár akó kapág nakikita ko si
I get furious when I see Michael.
Maaasár mo lang si
Teddy kung magpápakita ka sa kasál
You'll just make Teddy furious if you show up to the wedding.
Lubhâ akóng naasár kagabí
I was so furious last night.
Napápansín kong naaasár na si
I'm noticing that Leah is already frustrated.
Martin sa ugalì ni
Martin was frustrated with Gary's behavior yesterday.
Umalís ka na kung ayaw mo akóng maasár sa iyó
Leave if you don't want me to be mad at you.
Madalíng maasár si
Wendell gets frustrated easily.
Naaasár akó sa tatló kong ate
I'm frustrated with my three big sisters.
Jack nang hindî dumatíng si
Jack was furious when Ellaine didn't show up.
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Related Filipino Words:asárasarínpang-aasármang-asár
Related English Words:furiousfrustrated
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