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mabigat

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word mabigat.

Definition for the Tagalog word mabigat:


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[adjective]  heavy; weighty; massive; burdensome; formidable; serious

Root: bigat

Example Sentences Available Icon Mabigat Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
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Nagbuhat si Jake ng mabibigát na kahón
Jake lifted heavy boxes.
Binitawan ko muna ang dalá ko kasí mabigát
I set down what I was carrying meantime because it's heavy.
Masyadong mabigát ang maleta ko kayâ hihilahin ko na lang
My luggage is too heavy so I'll just drag it.
Maráramdamán natin na dumatíng na si Bob kasí mabigát ang mga paá niyá
We'd get to feel that Bob has arrived because of his heavy footsteps.
Alternate spelling(s):
mabibigat
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.


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How to pronounce mabigat:

MABIGAT AUDIO CLIP:
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Markup Code:
[rec:1586]
Related Filipino Words:
bigatpabigátbigatingaano kabigátganitó kabigátkabigatanpinakamabigátbigatánbumigátnapakabigát
Related English Words:
heavy
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