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makakalusot

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word makakalusot.
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The Tagalog word makákalusót is the Filipino verb makalusot » conjugated in the Contemplated aspect ( future tense )


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[verb]  to get away with; to get through; to wriggle out of


Verb conjugations of makalusot:

Root: lusotConjugation Type: Maka-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
makalusót  Play audio #11689
Past:
nakalusót  Play audio #23802
Present:
nakákalusót  Play audio #23803
Future:
makákalusót  Play audio #23804
Makakalusot Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
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Natatakot akóng makalusót ang pandara niyá
I'm afraid he's getting away with his cheating.
Hindî makalusót ang pelíkulá niyá sa sensura
Her film could not get through the censors.
Kaya niyáng makalusót sa mga pagsubok
He can get through with the trials.
Masayá akó at nakalusót akó
I was glad I'd gotten away with it.
Nakalusót akó sa pagsusulit
I passed the exam!
Nakalusót ba silá sa isyu
Did they get away with the issue?
Nakákalusót siyá kahit anóng gawín niyá
She gets away with whatever she does.
Nakákalusót ang kapílyuhán nilá sa klase
They get away with their mischief in class.
Hindî nakákalusót ang mga palusót ni Karl. 
Karl doesn't get away with his excuses.
Makákalusót ba siyá
Will he get away with it?
Waláng makákalusót sa batás
No one is above the law.
Makákalusót siyá sa kasinungalingan niyá
He will get away with his lies.






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