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pinto

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word pinto.

Definition for the Tagalog word pinto:


pintô  Play audioSave to Flash Cards
[noun]  door

Root: pinto
Example Sentences Available Icon Pinto Example Sentences in Tagalog: (24)
May tao sa labás ng pintô
There's someone outside the door.
Bukás ang pintô
The door is open.
Kinatók niyá ang pintô ng silíd
He knocked on the room's door.
Nabúbuksán na ng ba ang pintô
The child can already open the door.
Ipóst mo itó sa tabí ng pintô. (Taglish) 
Post this beside the door.
Parang may kumákatók sa pintô
I think someone's knocking at the door.
Naipit ang daliri ko sa pintô
My finger got caught in the door.
Hilahin mo ang pintô paglabás mo
Pull the door (shut) when you leave.
Sipain mo ang pintô kung ayaw bumukás
Kick the door if it won't open.
Huwág mong iniiwan na bukás ang pintô kasí baka pumasok ang mga lamók
Don't leave the door open because the mosquitoes might get in.
Naáamóy ng aso kapág may tao sa pintô
The dog can sense if there's someone at the door.
Sumilip ka sa pintô at tignan mo kung may tao sa loób
Peek through the door and see if there's someone inside.

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How to pronounce pinto:

PINTO AUDIO CLIP:
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Markup Code:
[rec:765]
Related Filipino Words:
pintuan
Related English Words:
door
Grammatical Ligature:
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
pintong
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