Definition for the Tagalog word mabait:
[adjective] nice; kind (character); good (character); well behaved; generous; friendly; benevolent
Mabait means "good" but can only be used in this way in reference to someone's character.
Mabait Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
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Maaapulà ng mabaít na iná ang mapusók na anák
A kind mother will be able to stop an impulsive child.
Isasama kitá kung mabaít ka
If you behave yourself I'll take you along.
Hindî ba mabaít ang titser
Isn't the teacher nice?
He is nice. / She is nice.
Hindî siyá mabaít
He is not a good friend.
Sigurado akóng pagbíbigyán ka ni
Vincent kasí mabaít siyáng tao
I'm sure Vincent will oblige you becuse he's a kind person.
Alternate spelling(s): mababait
, kabaitAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:baítkabaitannapakabaítbumaítmagbaítmasiraan ng baítpinakamabaít
Related English Words:goodnicekindfriendlybenevolentgeneouswell behaved
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