Definition for the Tagalog word makain:
to be able to eat something Object Focus
; to happen to eat something Object Focus
Verb conjugations of makain:
Root: kainConjugation Type: Ma-
Makain Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
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Nasuká akó kahapon dahil sa nakain ko
I threw up yesterday because of what I ate.
Maglabás ka sa
refrigerator ng makakain natin
Bring out something we can eat from the refrigerator.
Nakain mo ba yung tinapay na ibinigáy ko sa iyó
Were you able to eat the bread that I gave you?
Makakain mo ba lahát iyán
Would you be able to eat all of that?
Kumakayod si Ináy para may makain kamí
Mom is working hard to put bread on our table. / Mom is working hard for us to have something to eat.
Noóng gera walâ halos makain ang mga tao
During the war the people hardly had anything to eat.
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Related Filipino Words:kainkumainkaininhapág-kainánpagkainmagkaínAnóng nakain mo?pakaininmagpakainkainan
Related English Words:eateateneatingateable to eatable to eathappen to eat
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