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

Definition for the Tagalog word sibakin:

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[verb]  to chop something; to split something; to fire someone (from a job)

Verb conjugations of sibakin:

Focus:  Object Focus Icon Object   Root: sibakConjugation Type: -In Verb
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sinibák  Play audio
sinísibák  Play audio
sísibakín  Play audio

Example Sentences Available Icon Sibakin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
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Sibakín ang mga tiwalíng opisyál
Remove corrupt officials.
Sibakín mo ang mga kahoy
Chop the woods.
Nais niyáng sibakín ang mga panggatong
He wants to chop the firewood.
Sinibák si Joselito sa trabaho
Joselito was terminated from work.
Sinibák ko ang empleyadong nagnakaw sa kompanyá.
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I terminated the employee who stole from the company.
Sinibák ko na ang lahát ng kahoy
I chopped all the wood already.
Ang mga manggagawang nagwewelga ang madalás na sinísibák
Those laborers who go on strike are often the ones being terminated.
Sinísibák na ni Gary ang mga napulot niyáng kahoy
Gary is now chopping the woods he picked.
Sinísibák ng mga magtotrosó ang mga pu
The loggers are chopping down the trees.
Sísibakín daw si Bong dahil sa kaniyáng anomalyá
Bong will be fired because of his anomaly.
Sísibakín ng kinaúukulan ang mga pu bukas
The authorities will cut off the trees tomorrow.

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fire someonefirefiresfiredfiringchopchopschoppedchoppingsplitsplitssplitting
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