Definition for the Tagalog word maramdaman:
[verb] to feel something (physically or emotionally)
Verb conjugations of maramdaman:
Focus: Object Root: ramdamConjugation Type: Ma- -An
Maramdaman Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
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Walâ kang karapatán paglaruán ang naráramdamán ko
You have no right to play with my feelings.
Anó ang naramdamán ni
Cesar nang banggaín siyá ni
How did Cesar feel when Phillip knocked him down?
Naramdamán mo ba ang lindól kahapon
Did you feel the earthquake yesterday?
Sana maramdamán mo rin ang naráramdamán ko
I hope you'd get to feel how I am feeling right now.
Naráramdamán na ni
Maria na mahál siyá ni
Maria is beginning to feel that Tony loves/is in love with her.
Anne na maramdamán ni
Arthur na naíinís siyá sa kanyá
Anne does not want Arthur to feel that he's getting on her nerves.
Do you feel that something is wrong with you (healthwise)?
What are you feeling? (healthwise)
Hindî ko alám kung anó ang maráramdamán mo sa sasabihin ko
I don't know how you'd feel with what I am going to tell you.
Hindî naramdamán ni
Tom na may dumukot na palá ng pitaka niyá sa bulsá
Tom did not notice that someone already picked his wallet from his pocket.
Maráramdamán natin na dumatíng na si
Bob kasí mabigát ang mga paá niyá
We'd get to feel that Bob has arrived because of his heavy footsteps.
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Related Filipino Words:ramdámpakiramdámmakaramdámkaramdaman
Related English Words:feelfeltfeelingfeelsfeelsfeel something
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