Definition for the Tagalog word minsan:
m insan [adverb] once; one time; once in a while; sometimes; sometime Root: minsan
1.) When used with a verb in the
infinitive/imperative, the past tense, or the future tense, it means "once" or "sometime" (1x). 2.) When used with a verb in the present tense, it means "once in a while" or "sometimes" (2x+). See examples below.
Minsan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (22)
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M insan nak ita kam í ni
One time Alice saw us at the mall.
M insan nak ákas ama si
kap ág nagp úpunt á ak ó sa
At times James is able to join me when I go to London.
M insan naw awal â ni
ang s usì ng b ahay
Sometimes Anna misplaces the house key.
M insan masak ít tanggap ín ang katotoh anan
Sometimes the truth is painful to accept.
Dal awin mo nam án kam í m insan
Please visit us sometime.
magk ita t ayo m insan
OK, let's see each other sometime.
M insan nagk ita kam í ni
Once Alice and I saw each other at the mall.
naka usap ni
Anna was able to talk with James once.
Bibis ita ak ó sa kanil á m insan
I will visit them (at home) sometime.
M insan nakik ita kam í ni
Sometimes Alice sees us at the mall.
Ni m insan
hind î iy án pum asok sa aking isip
Not once did that ever enter my mind.
Hin íhir ám ni
ang h ikaw ko m insan
Rose borrows my earrings at times.
M insan pa lang ak óng um ibig
I have only fallen in love once.
M insan siy áng tinaguri án b ilang pinakamabil ís na bab ae sa Asya
She was once hailed as the fastest woman in Asia.
M insan tangh alì nang nak ákap asok si
sa opis ina
At times Jack is late in going to the office.
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Related Filipino Words:
pam ínsan-m insan k ahit m insan no óng m insan
Related English Words:
one time sometimes once in a while sometime
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