Definition for the Tagalog word pumasok:
[verb] to go in; to enter; to get in; to go to school or work; to be hired as
Verb conjugations of pumasok:
Focus: Actor Root: pasokConjugation Type: -Um-
Pumasok Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
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Pumasok ang batà sa páaralán
The child went to school.
Pumasok siyá sa opisina kahapon
She went to work at the office yesterday.
Where do you work/go to school?
Did he go in/to school/to work?
Pumasok siyá sa páaralán kaninang umaga
He went to school earlier this morning.
Gustó mo bang pumasok na trabahadór sa pábriká namin
Would you like to be hired as a laborer at our factory?
, hindî iyán pumasok sa aking isip
Not once did that ever enter my mind.
Aren't you coming in/going to school/reporting for work?
Anne kanina hindî siyá papasok bukas
Anne said earlier today that she won't go to school/work tomorrow.
Bakâ maapéktuhán ang grado mo kung hindî ka papasok
Your grade might get affected if you won't go to class.
Sino ang nagbigáy sa iyó ng pahintulot na pumasok dito
Who gave you permission to enter (this place)?
Huwág mong iniiwan na bukás ang pintô kasí bakâ pumasok ang mga lamók
Don't leave the door open because the mosquitoes might get in.
Peter ng amo niyá kasí tanghalì na siyáng pumasok
Peter was reprimanded by his boss because I arrived at the office quite late.
Isará mo ang pintô kasí bakâ pumasok ang mga lamók
Close the door because the mosquitoes might get in.
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Related Filipino Words:pasokpasukanmakapasokipasokpasukinpasukánpagpasokmagpasokpapasókpapasukin
Related English Words:go inentergo to schoolgo to work
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