Definition for the Tagalog word paupuin:
[verb] to get someone to sit; to allow someone to sit down*Note: focus on the one sitting
Verb conjugations of paupuin:
Focus: Object Root: upoConjugation Type: -In Verb
Paupuin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
Tell the old person to take a seat./Give the old person a seat.
Where did you tell him to sit? / Where did you make him sit?
Pinápaupô na tayo kasí mag-úumpisá na ang programa
They are already telling us to take our seats because program is now about to start.
Kapág tumayô ka
, siguradong pápaupuín ka nung nasa likurán mo
If you'd stand up, surely the person behind you will ask you to sit down.
Alternate spelling(s): pinauupo
, pauupoinAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce paupuin:
Related Filipino Words:upôupoumupôiupômaupômakaupôupuannakaupôupuánkinaúupuán
Related English Words:sitsitssittingseated
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