Definition for the Tagalog word masama:
[adjective] bad; wrong; awful; mean; evil; immoral; harmful; corrupt; devious
Masama Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
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Masamâ ang pakiramdám ko
I'm feeling bad. / I'm not feeling good.
Is there something wrong?
Masamâ ang pakiramdám ni
Bob kahapon at ngayón nagkasakít na siyá nang tuluyan
Bob was not feeling well yesterday and today he eventually became ill.
Michael sa masamâ niyáng balak sa akin
Michael will be investigated for his devious scheme against me.
Ayaw niyáng makatanggáp ng masamáng balità
She doesn't like to receive a bad news.
Masamâ ang umáayáw sa grasya
. (A saying)
It's not good to refuse a favor / benefit.
Ináaresto na ngayón ang masamáng polítiko
The evil politician is being arrested right now.
Maaasár ka kapág nalaman mo ang masamáng balità
You'll be furious when you hear the bad news.
Laila ng poót sa gumawâ sa kaniyá ng masamâ
Laila expressed wrath upon the person who wronged her.
Alternate spelling(s): masasamaAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:samâkasamasamahansumamasumamâkasamahánmakasamaisamamagsamamagkasama
Related English Words:awfulbadevildeviousmeanharmfulcorruptwrongimmoral
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