Definition for the Tagalog word po:
[enclitic] sir; ma'am; word to show respect with no direct English translation
Po Example Sentences in Tagalog: (17)
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Anyone home? / Anyone here?
Thank you sir/ma'am. (polite)
, pa-order pô ng lugaw
Sis, I'd like to order some rice porridge.
Can I get off here? (from a bus, jeepney, etc.)
. Huwág niyó na pô akó suklián
Thank you sir. I don't need change. (Lit. Don't give me change)
Masúsunód pô ang inyóng kahilingan
Your wish is my command, my lord.
Where can I go to the bathroom / pee? (polite)
May bakanteng kuwarto pô ba kayó
Do you have a vacant room? (polite)
Nariyán pô ba si
Is Mr. Jones there?
Nais ko póng mag-check
I'd like to check in. (polite)
Go straight ahead. (polite)
Take care! (polite expression)
Please come in, sir/ma'am.
Stop please! / Stop here please!
Alternate spelling(s): ho
, pohAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce po:
PO AUDIO CLIP:
Related English Words:sirmaamma'ammadamrespect
This word plus a grammatical ligature would be:
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