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mag-away

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word mag-away.

Definition for the Tagalog word mag-away:


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[verb]  to quarrel with each other; to fight with each other


Verb conjugations of mag-away:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: awayConjugation Type: Mag-
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Infinitive:
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Past:
nag-away  Play audio
Present:
nag-aaway  Play audio
Future:
mag-aaway  Play audio
Verb family:  
mag-away
,  awayin ,  makipag-away ,  mang-away
Usage Note Icon Usage Notes:
"Mag-away" is "to quarrel" and it means fighting between 2 or more individuals or groups, usually on a personal level and often over petty things. This would include physical acts like shouting, insulting each other, hair-pulling, scratching, biting, etc.

Example Sentences Available Icon Mag-away Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
Ang dalawáng batang nag-aaway ay ayaw magpasawáy sa kaibigan nilá
The two kids fighting would not heed the admonishment/urging of their friend to stop.
Nag-aaway ang magkásintahan
The couple is quarreling.
Hindî magtátagál at mag-aaway ang dalawáng batang iyán
It won't take long before those two kids will quarrel.
Huwág kayóng mag-away kasí pwede namáng mapag-usapan iyán nang maayos
Don't quarrel because that is something that may be settled amicably by talking
Alternate spelling(s):
magaway
Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.


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Related Filipino Words:
awayawayinkaawaymagkaawaypag-aawayawayánmakipag-awaymang-away
Related English Words:
quarrelquarreledquarrelingfightfightingfought
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