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naiwan

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word naiwan.
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The Tagalog word naiwan is the Filipino verb maiwan » conjugated in the Completed aspect ( past tense )


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[verb]  to be left out Actor Focus Icon Actor Focus; to be left behind Actor Focus Icon Actor Focus; to be able to leave something behind Object Focus Icon Object Focus


Verb conjugations of maiwan:

Focuses:  Actor Focus Icon Actor   / Object Focus Icon Object   Root: iwanConjugation Type: Ma-
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
maiwan  Play audio #8421
Past:
naiwan  Play audio #23265
Present:
naiiwan  Play audio #23266
Future:
maiiwan  Play audio #23267
Naiwan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
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Si Lester ba ang nagpápatuloy sa mga naiwang trabaho ni Denver?
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Is Lester continuing the work left behind by Denver?
Naiwan ko yatang bukás ang ilaw sa garahe
I think I left the light on in the garage.
Naiwan siyá para magbantáy ng mga tupa
He was left to tend the sheep.
Hindî ko maalala kung saán ko naiwan ang su ng kotse
I can't remember where I left the car key.
Tiniyák mo ba na hindî natin naiwang bukás ang pintô
Did you make sure that we did not leave the door open?
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