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mainis

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

Definition for the Tagalog word mainis:


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[verb]  to be annoyed; to feel a strong dislike for; to be bored; to be pissed off


Verb conjugations of mainis:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: inisConjugation Type: Ma-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
mainís  Play audio
Past:
nainís  Play audio
Present:
naíinís  Play audio
Future:
maíinís  Play audio
Verb family:  inisín ,  
mainís
,  makainís ,  mang-inís
Example Sentences Available Icon Mainis Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
Naíinís akó
I'm annoyed. / I'm pissed off.
Huwág ka nang mainís
Don't get pissed off anymore.
Nainís ka ba sa akin kahapon
Were you annoyed with me yesterday?
Naíinís ka na ba sa akin
Am I beginning to get on your nerves?
Madalî ka bang mainís
Do you get pissed off easily?
Ayaw ni Anne na maramdamán ni Arthur na naíinís siyá sa kanyá
Anne does not want Arthur to feel that he's getting on her nerves.
Hindî ka ba naíinís sa mga kilos ni Betty? 
Don't you get irritated by Betty's demeanor?
Maíinís na talagá akó sa iyó kung hindî ka pa tátahimik
I'll really get pissed off with you if you still won't shut up.

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How to pronounce mainis:

MAINIS AUDIO CLIP:
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Related Filipino Words:
inísnakakainísmakainísmang-inísinisínpínakanakákainís
Related English Words:
annoyeddislikepissedpissed offborebored
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