Definition for the Tagalog word mainis:
[verb] to feel annoyed; to feel a strong dislike for; to be bored; to be pissed off
Verb conjugations of mainis:
Focus: Actor Root: inisConjugation Type: Ma-
Mainis Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
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Binanggít ko sa kaniyá na naíinís ka
I mentioned to her that you're feeling frustrated.
I'm annoyed. / I'm pissed off.
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?
Do you get pissed off easily?
Nainís akó nang igiít ng nanay ko na magtrabaho akó
I was annoyed when my mother insisted that I get a job.
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
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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Related Filipino Words:inísnakakainísmakainísmang-inísinisínpínakanakákainís
Related English Words:annoyeddislikepissedpissed offborebored
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