Definition for the Tagalog word makapasok:
[verb] to be able to enter
Verb conjugations of makapasok:
Root: pasokConjugation Type: Maka-
Makapasok Example Sentences in Tagalog: (9)
Hindî akó makapasok kanina
I couldn't get in earlier (today). (Because the door was locked.)
How were you able to get in?
Nakapasok ka na ba sa
Have you every been to / inside the Louvre?
Has Jill (already) left for school / work?
Would you be able to report for work / to go to school tomorrow?
Hindî tayo makákapasok kasí nakakandado siyá
We won't be able to get in because it's locked / padlocked.
Bantayán mo ang pintô at baka may makapasok
Guard the door as someone might be able to get in.
Minsan tanghalì nang nakákapasok si
Jack sa opisina
At times Jack is late in going to the office.
Nakákapasok ka ba sa opisina ng
boss mo kahit walâ siyá
Do you have permission to go inside the office of your boss even if he's not around?
Alternate spelling(s): nakapapasok
, makapapasokAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:pasokpumasokpasukanipasokpasukinpasukánpagpasokmagpasokpapasókmapasok
Related English Words:able to enterenterentersenteredentering
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