Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word makakalaya.
makal ayà [verb] to escape; to be able to get out or escape; to break free; to be freed
Verb conjugations of makalaya:
Focus: Actor Root: laya Conjugation Type:
Makakalaya Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
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ep ekto nit ó sa hul í
I can be free of its destructive effect eventually.
Pa ano t ayo mak ákal ayà sa alkoh ól
How can we break free from alcohol?
Mak ákal ayà na ak ó kap ág nabay aran ko na ang utang ko
I could go free when I had worked off my debt.
Hind î sil á mak ákal ayà ro ón
They're never getting out of there!
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