Definition for the Tagalog word maiuwi:
[verb] to be able to bring home something
Verb conjugations of maiuwi:
Focus: Object Root: uwiConjugation Type: Mai-
Maiuwi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
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Natuwâ akó nang maiuwî ko na siyá ng bahay
I was glad when I was able to bring him home.
Iniligtás ko siyá para maiuwî sa amá niyá
I saved her in order to return her to her mother.
Jose nang maiuwî
Jose died after he was taken home.
Naiuwî na ang bangkáy ng babaeng OFW
The body of the female OFW was brought home.
Jenna ang kuwintás ng lola niyá
Jenna was able to bring home her grandma's necklace.
Naiuwî ko karangalan para sa bansâ
I was able to bring home the honor for the country.
Maraming sakít ang naiuuwî ng mga bakasyunista muláng Asya
Vacationers from Asia bring back many diseases.
Kauntî ang perang naiuuwî ko
I have little money to bring home.
Marami siláng naiuuwíng isdâ
They're able to bring home lots of fish.
Hindî ko maiuuwî ang alagà kong aso
I can't bring home my pet dog.
Nagtirá akó ng pagkaing maiuuwî para kay
I saved food to take home for Lovely.
How will I be able to get this home?
Alternate spelling(s): naiiuwi
, maiiuwiAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related English Words:bring homebring something homeable to bring homeable to bring something home
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