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masira

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word masira in the Tagalog Dictionary.

Definition for the Tagalog word masira:


masi  Play audio #9201Save to Flash Cards
[verb]  to be damaged; to be broken; to be not working; to break down; to be spoiled


Verb conjugations of masira:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: siraConjugation Type: Ma-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
masi  Play audio #9201
Past:
nasi  Play audio #23220
Present:
nasisi  Play audio #23221
Future:
masisi  Play audio #23222
Verb family:  sumi ,  sirain ,  
masi
,  makasi ,  masiraan
String frequency indicator:

This string is used more frequently in casual content than formal content.?

Example Sentences Available Icon Masira Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
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Huwág mong pilitin at bakâ masi.
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Don't force it as it might break.
Ingatan mo at bakâ masi.
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Handle it carefully as it might break.
Nasi ang laruán ng ba.
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The child's toy is broken.
Huwág kang tumalón sa mesa kasí masisi iyán.
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Don't jump on the table because that will break.
Naibábalík nilá ang nasirang pagkakaibigan
They are able to restore their broken friendship.
Mahuhulí daw si James sa meeting kasí nasi ang kotse niyá.
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According to James, he'd be late for the meeting because his car broke down.
Nalúlungkót ang ba kasí nasi ang kaniyáng laruán.
Play audio #30679 Play audio #30680
 
The child feels sad because his toy broke.
Nasi ang doorknob kayâ nakulóng kamí nang mga dalawáng oras sa kuwarto.
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The doorknob broke that's why we got locked inside the room for about two hours.
Sásagutín ko kung anumán ang masi namin.
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I will be responsible for whatever damage we might cause.
Nasisi na ang sapatos ko. Kailangan ko nang bumilí ng bago.
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My shoes are already wearing out. I already need to buy a new one.
Dalawáng cell phone ko na ang nasi kasí nabábagsák ko silá.
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Two of my cell phones were damaged because I had accidentally dropped them.
Masisi ang mga ngipin mo kung hindî ka magsesepilyo.
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You will have cavities if you don't brush your teeth.
Masisi ang gatas kung hindî mo siyá itátabí sa refrigerator.
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The milk will spoil if you don't store it in the refrigerator.
Bakâ masi lang itóng spaghetti kung hindî natin uubusin ngayón.
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This spaghetti might just get spoiled if we don't finish it now.
Kapág may utang ka, dapat bayaran mo para hindî masi ang pangalan mo
If you owe someone, you should pay him back so as not to spoil your reputation.

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How to pronounce masira:

MASIRA AUDIO CLIP:
Play audio #9201
Markup Code:
[rec:9201]
Related Filipino Words:
sisirâsirá ulosirainsumipaninisiraanmakasipagkasimagsirâ
Related English Words:
damagedbrokennot workingbreak downbroken downbreaks downbreaking downspoilspoilsspoiledspoiling
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