Definition for the Tagalog word nakaraan:
[adjective] past; previous; previously; former; bygone; recent
Nakaraan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (7)
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Idinaos ang nakaraáng
Miss Universe sa
The recent Miss Universe was held in Thailand.
Nagíng mahál ang bigás dahil
sa nakaraáng bagyó
Rice became expensive because of the recent typhoon.
Itinayô ang organisasyón noóng nakaraáng taón
The organization was established last year.
Dumaló akó sa kumperénsiyá noóng nakaraáng buwán
I attended the conference last month.
Lumipat kamí nung nakaraáng buwán
We transferred last month.
Noóng nakaraáng buwán lagi`ng malungkót si
Rose pero ngayón nakákatawa na ulî siyá
Last month Rose was always sad but now she is able to laugh again.
Bakit laging binábalikán ni
Mary ang nakaraán
Why does Mary keep going back to (reminiscing about) the past?
Alternate spelling(s): nakararaan
, nakakaraanAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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Related Filipino Words:daándumaánparaánmakaraándaananMakíkiraán pôpamámaraánpagdaananmagdaánidaán
Related English Words:pastpreviouspreviouslyformerbygonerecent
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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