Definition for the Tagalog word makopo:
[verb] to sweep; to win all; to take over
Verb conjugations of makopo:
Root: kopoConjugation Type: Ma-
Makopo Example Sentences in Tagalog: (10)
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May posibilidád kayáng makopo nilá ang kampeonato
Could they possibly win the championship?
Kailangang makopo nilá ang labanán sa Senado
They need to get the Senate race.
Gustó niláng makopo ang unang puwesto
They want to get the first place position.
Gazini ang korona
Gazini won the crown!
Anóng títuló ang nakopo niná
What title did Leni and Bong won?
Vince ang puwesto sa Kongreso
Vince won a seat in the Congress.
Nakokopo na ba nilá ang tagumpáy
Are they already winning?
Nakokopo ng mga pólitikó ang kapangyarihan
The politicians get the power.
Jessica ang prangkisa
Jessica will get the franchise.
Makokopo niyá ang boto namin
She will have our votes.
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