Definition for the Tagalog word magsawa:
[verb] to have too much of something; to be tired of something; to do to excess
Verb conjugations of magsawa:
Focus: Actor Root: sawaConjugation Type: Mag-
Magsawa Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
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Sana hindî ka magsawà sa akin
I hope you won't get tired of me.
Nagsawà na akó sa
I've had enough of french fries.
Nagsasawà ka na ba sa pagkaing Hapón
Are you already getting sick and tired of Japanese food?
Nagsasawà na akó sa buhay na itó
I am getting sick and tired of this life.
Magsasawà ka sa manggá kapág pumuntá ka sa Pilipinas
You will have your fill of mangoes when you come to the Philippines.
Nagsasawà na akó sa kápapangaral sa iyó
I am already getting tired of admonishing you.
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Related Filipino Words:sawàsawâsawápasawainnakakasawâkasawaánhinawàpanawain
Related English Words:have too much of somethingtired of somethingtired ofdo to excess
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