Definition for the Tagalog word mag-asawa:
[verb] to make a love match; to find someone to marry; to settle down; to get married
Verb conjugations of mag-asawa:
Focus: Actor Root: asawaConjugation Type: Mag-
Mag-asawa Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
Jane does not want to get married.
Nag-asawa na ba si
Did Vincent get married already?
Peter married a German.
Hindî ka pa ba nag-áasawa
Haven't you gotten married yet?
Hindî ka na ba mag-áasawa
Aren't you going to get married anymore?
Walâ ka na bang intensyón na mag-asawa mulî
Don't you have any intention to get married again?
Batà pa nang nag-asawa si
Claire married young.
Ipinápaalám ko sa inyó na mag-áasawa na akó
I'm letting you know that I am already getting married.
Kung mag-áasawa ka
, piliin mo yung taong talagáng mahál mo
If you will get married, choose the person that you truly love.
Nagbago ang ugalì ni
Vicky mulâ nang nag-asawa siyá
Vicky's disposition changed since she got married.
Words spelled the same with a different pronunciation, stress, or definition:
[noun] married couple; husband and wife; two mated birds or animals; pair
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How to pronounce mag-asawa:
Related Filipino Words:asawamag-asawapag-aasawamay-asawamakapag-asawamapangasawamay asawa
Related English Words:marryget marriedgot marriedgets marriedgetting marriedmarriesmarryingsettle downsettled downgot marriedmarried
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