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sinunod

Filipino / Tagalog language translation for the meaning of the word sinunod.
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The Tagalog word sinunód is the Filipino verb sundin » conjugated in the Completed aspect ( past tense )


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[verb]  to obey something/someone; to follow something/someone; to abide by something; to adhere to something


Verb conjugations of sundin:

Focus:  Locative / Directional Focus Icon Locative   Root: sunodConjugation Type: -In Verb
Infinitive:
Completed (Past):
Uncompleted (Present):
Contemplated (Future):
Infinitive:
sundín  Play audio
Past:
sinunód  Play audio
Present:
sinúsunód  Play audio
Future:
súsundín  Play audio
Sinunod Example Sentences in Tagalog: (5)
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Hindî sinunód ni John si Mary. 
John did not obey Mary.
Sundín mo akó
Abide by me. / Follow my advise. / Obey my instructions.
Sinunód ko lang ang iniutos mo
I just obeyed your command.
Kailangang súsundín mo ang payo ng iyóng mga magulang
You should heed the advice of your parents.
Sundín mo lang ang listahan na ibinigáy ko sa iyó at hindî ka malílitó
Just follow the list that I gave you and you won't get confused.






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