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matakot

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word matakot.

Definition for the Tagalog word matakot:


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[verb]  to be afraid; to be scared; to dread; to be anxious; to be nervous


Verb conjugations of matakot:

Focus:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   Root: takotConjugation Type: Ma-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
matakot  Play audio
Past:
natakot  Play audio
Present:
natatakot  Play audio
Future:
matatakot  Play audio
Verb family:  ikatakot ,  
matakot
,  katakutan
Example Sentences Available Icon Matakot Example Sentences in Tagalog: (14)
Huwág kang matakot sa boss natin
Don't be afraid of our boss.
Natakot ang ba sa payaso
The child got scared of the clown.
Hindî ka ba natatakot sa dilím
Aren't you afraid of the dark?
Hindî mo akó matatakot
You can't scare / intimidate me.
Matakot kayó sa Panginoón
Have fear of the Lord.
Natatakot akóng magmaneho ng malakíng trak
I'm afraid to drive a big truck.
Hindî akó natatakot
I am not afraid.
Natatakot akó
I'm afraid.
Gustó ko, pero natatakot akó
I want to, but I'm scared.
Hindî namin pinapasok ang lumang bahay kasí natatakot kamí
We don't enter the old house because we are scared.
Natakot silá nang umangát ang silyang mag-isá
They got scared when the chair levitated by itself.
Bakit akó matatakot sa iyó
Why should I be afraid of / intimidated by you?

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How to pronounce matakot:

MATAKOT AUDIO CLIP:
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Markup Code:
[rec:6810]
Related Filipino Words:
takóttakotmanakotkatakutantakutinnakákatakotikatakotmakapanakotpanakotwálang-takot
Related English Words:
scaredanxiousnervousafraiddreaddreadeddreading
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