Definition for the Tagalog word makaraan:
[verb] to be able to pass; to be able to get over/across
Verb conjugations of makaraan:
Focus: Actor Root: daanConjugation Type: Maka-
Makaraan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (6)
Umatrás kamí para makaraán ang kotse
We backed off to let the car pass through.
Hindî makaraán ang kotse sa bahâ
The car can't drive through the flood.
Has the bus already passed by?
Hindî ka pa ba nakákaraán dito dati
Have you never passed this way before?
Isáng oras pa lang ang nakákaraán
, gutóm ka na namán
After only an hour you're hungry again?
Makákaraán ka ba sa botika bago ka umuwî
Would you be able to swing by the drugstore before going home?
Alternate spelling(s): nakakaraan
, makakaraanAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce makaraan:
Related Filipino Words:daánnakaraánMakíkiraán pôdumaánparaánidaánpamámaraándaananpagdaanandaanan
Related English Words:passpassespassedpassingbe able to passget overget throughget across
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