Definition for the Tagalog word may:
[pseudo-verb] has; have; there is; there are
"May" is a pseudo-verb to show possession, or to state the existence of something. "May" is never conjugated.
May Example Sentences in Tagalog: (80)
There's a book on the table.
May tao sa labás
There's someone outside the door.
Is there something wrong?
I'm just waiting for someone / something.
I just have to go somewhere.
Are you doing something? / Do you have something you're doing?
. May tinatapos lang akó
Just a moment. I'm just finishing something.
exam na namán kamí bukas
How annoying! We have an exam again tomorrow.
May nagnakaw ng bag ni
Someone stole Wendy's bag.
Alternate spelling(s): mey
, myAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce may:
Related Filipino Words:meronmayroónsa may
Related English Words:hashadhavehavingthere isthere are
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