Definition for the Tagalog word maiwan:
to be left out Actor Focus
; to be left behind Actor Focus
; to be able to leave something behind Object Focus
Verb conjugations of maiwan:
Focuses: Actor / Object Root: iwanConjugation Type: Ma-
Maiwan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
Kamuntik ko nang maiwan ang
I almost forgot to bring my ID.
Would you like to stay / be left behind?
Kamuntik na akóng maiwan ng bus
The bus almost left without me.
Naiwan ko yatang bukás ang ilaw sa garahe
I think I left the light on in the garage.
May naiiwan pang mantsá sa damít mo
There's still a stain left on your clothes.
Kung bawasan ang sampû ng limá
, ilán ang maiiwan
If we take five away from ten, how many will be left?
Hindî ko maalala kung saán ko naiwan ang susì ng kotse
I can't remember where I left the car key.
May naiiwan ba sa bahay ninyó kapág kayó ay nagbábakasyón
Does someone stay in your house when you go on vacation?
Tiniyák mo ba na hindî natin naiwang bukás ang pintô
Did you make sure that we did not leave the door open?
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Related Filipino Words:iwaniwananmag-iwan
Related English Words:missedleft outleft
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