Definition for the Tagalog word magkaroon:
[verb] to have; to possess; to get (in possession); to come to have; to end up having
Verb conjugations of magkaroon:
Focus: Actor Root: mayroonConjugation Type: Mag-
Magkaroon Example Sentences in Tagalog: (16)
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Jane ng pusà
Jane had a cat.
Nagkaroón siyá ng bulútong-tubig
He had chicken pox.
Nagkaroón silá ng maraming anák
They had a number of children.
Nagkaroón ka na ba ng
Have you ever had a boyfriend?
Nagkákaroón ang batà ng takot sa iyó
The child is becoming fearful of you.
Nagkaroón kamí ng
We had a meeting earlier today.
ng anák na kambál
She had twins.
Magkákaroón kamí ng pagtitipon sa Sábado
We will have an assembly on Saturday.
Gustó mo bang magkaroón ng bagong kotse
Would you like to own a new car?
Hindî ka magkákaroón ng pagkakátaóng lokohin akó
You will not get a chance to fool me.
Nagkaroón ng trangkaso ang anák ko kahapon
My child got/had the flu yesterday.
Nagkákaroón ka pa ba ng oras para maglutò
Do you still find time to cook?
Nagkákaroón ka na ba ng duda kay
Are you beginning to have doubts about James?
Sana magkaroón kayó ng magandáng kinabukasan
I wish you/I hope you'll have a wonderful future.
Dahil sa kaniyáng magandáng ugalì
, nagkaroón siyá ng maraming kaibigan
Because of her good nature, she came to have a lot of friends.
Alternate spelling(s): nagkaron
, karoonAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce magkaroon:
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Related English Words:getgetsgotgettinghavehadhavinghaspossesspossessedpossessingcome to haveend up having
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