Definition for the Tagalog word makauwi:
[verb] to be able to go home
Verb conjugations of makauwi:
Focus: Actor Root: uwiConjugation Type: Maka-
Verb family: umuwî
Makauwi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (8)
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Gabí na akó makákauwî mamayâ
I will be able to get home late tonight.
Nakákauwî ka na bang mag-isá
Are you already able to go home by yourself?
Bakâ sa Sábado pa akó makauwî
I might be able to go home by Saturday yet.
I hope you'd get home soon / right away.
What time did you get home?
Nakákauwî ka ba sa Pilipinas tuwíng Paskó
Are you able to go home to the Philippines every Christmas?
Sa dami ng ating trabaho anóng oras na kayâ tayo makákauwî
With so much work to be done, I wonder what time we'd be able to go home.
Mabuti namán at nakauwî ka nang maaga
It's good that you were able to get home early.
Alternate spelling(s): nakauuwi
, makauuwiAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:uwîumuwîuwiánpauwîuwianiuwîmauwîmag-uwîpag-uwîpauwiín
Related English Words:go homereturn homewent homereturning home
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