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: (95)
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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.
May naáamóy ka bang parang nasusunog
Do you smell something (like it's) burning?
May gustó ka bang itanóng
Is there a question you'd like to ask?
Puwedeng lakarin pero may kalayuan
It's walkable but it's quite a distance.
Alternate spelling(s): mey
, myAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:mayroónmeronsa may
Related English Words:hashadhavehavingthere isthere are
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