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: (31)
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!)
Hind î ko nakitang duma án si
I have not seen Bob pass by today.
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.
Mar aming makik ita sa pal engke
There is a lot to see at the market.
Nak ita ni
na pun ô na ang bus
John saw that the bus was already full.
Nak ita ko ang bu ông pangyay ari
I saw the whole thing / incident.
Did you see it now!? / See? I told you so!
Il án ang nakik ita mong bitu ín
How many stars do you see?
Nak ita ko si
no óng is áng araw
I saw John the other day.
Kail angan kang ngumanga p ara mak ita ng dent ista ang ng ipin mo
You need to open your mouth so the dentist could look at your teeth.
Sigur adong l álap itan t ayo ni
kap ág nak ita niy á t ayo
I'm sure Dan will approach us when he sees us.
Malak í ang itina ás ng an ák ni
mul â nang hul í ko siy áng nak ita
Nora's son has grown much taller since the last time I saw him.
Maa awà ka kay
kap ág nak ita mo siy á
You'd feel sorry for Peter when you see him.
Nagk áta ón na kaaraw án ni
nang nak ita ko siy á
It happened to be David's birthday when I saw him.
Sis ilip ka sa
p ara mak ita mo ang isla
You will peek through the telescope to see the island.
Nang luming ón si
nak ita niy áng sum úsun ód pa rin sa kaniy á ang kaniy áng aso
When Mary looked back, she saw that her dog was still following her.
Nang dumat íng si
hind î siy á nak ita ni
When John came, Pedro didn't see him.
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Related Filipino Words:
kit á k ita ipak ita magk ita magpak ita kit ain k ítang-k ita makak ita makipagk ita p ángita ín
Related English Words:
able to see see catch sight of seen be seen
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