Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word sinibak.
sibak ín [verb] to chop something; to split something; to fire someone (from a job)
Verb conjugations of sibakin:
Focus: Object Root: sibak Conjugation Type:
Sinibak Example Sentences in Tagalog: (11)
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He wants to chop the firewood.
Sinib ák ko ang empley adong nagn akaw sa kompany á
I terminated the employee who stole from the company.
Sinib ák ko na ang lah át ng k ahoy
I chopped all the wood already.
Sibak ín ang mga tiwal íng opisy ál
Remove corrupt officials.
Sibak ín mo ang mga k ahoy
Chop the woods.
Sinib ák si
sa trab aho
Joselito was terminated from work.
Ang mga manggag awang nagwew elga ang madal ás na sin ísib ák
Those laborers who go on strike are often the ones being terminated.
Sin ísib ák na ni
ang mga nap ulot niy áng k ahoy
Gary is now chopping the woods he picked.
Sin ísib ák ng mga magtotros ó ang mga p unò
The loggers are chopping down the trees.
S ísibak ín daw si
d ahil sa kaniy áng anomaly á
Bong will be fired because of his anomaly.
S ísibak ín ng kina úuk ulan ang mga p unò b ukas
The authorities will cut off the trees tomorrow.
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