Definition for the Tagalog word makita:
mak ita [verb] to be able to see something; to see something; to catch sight of something
Verb conjugations of makita:
Focus: Object Root: kita Conjugation Type:
Use "makita" (Object focus), to mean "to see a specific thing."
However, use a different verb, "makakita" (Actor focus), to mean "to see one or some of many," or to say someone saw a non-specific thing.
Makita Example Sentences in Tagalog: (36)
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Masay á ak ó kap ág nakik ita kit á
I am happy whenever I see you.
Have you seen it (already)?
I'll show you/I'll prove you wrong. (You'll see!)
Tatl óng ta ón na ang nagda án mul â nang hul í ko siy áng mak ita
It's been three years since I last saw him.
Sigur ado ak óng magt átaw anan sil á kap ág nak ita ka nil á
I'm sure they will laugh when they see you.
Hind î ko nak itang duma án si
I have not seen Bob pass by today.
Nags úsul át t ayo p ara maital â ang nakik ita at naririn íg n atin
We take notes to capture what we see and hear.
Nag ulat si
nang mak ita niy á ak ó
Vincent was surprised when he saw me.
M insan nak ita kam í ni
One time Alice saw us at the mall.
Man íniw alà lang ak ó kap ág nak ita ko m ismo
I will only believe it when I see it for myself.
Mah irap lab anan ang ka away na hind î nakik ita
It's difficult to fight against an unseen enemy.
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Related Filipino Words:
kit á k ita ipak ita magk ita magpak ita makak ita kit ain k ítang-k ita makipagk ita kum ita
Related English Words:
able to see see catch sight of seen be seen
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