Definition for the Tagalog word tingnan:
[verb] to look at something; to notice something; to view something; to investigate something; to look after something; to check something
Verb conjugations of tingnan:
Focus: Locative Root: tinginConjugation Type: -An
Tingnan Example Sentences in Tagalog: (13)
Jane ang aso
Jane looked at the dog.
Tiningnán ko lang kung nandito ka
I just came to check if you're here.
Tinítingnán ng iná ang anák niyáng natutulog
The mother is gazing at her sleeping child.
Tiningnán ng doktór ang pasyente
The doctor examined the patient.
Títingnán ko kung puwede akó sa Linggó
I'll see if I can make it / will be free on Sunday.
Títingnán mo ang nilálakaran mo
Watch where you're going.
Bakit ka tinítingnán nang masamâ nung lalaki
Why is that guy glaring at you?
Sumilip ka sa pintô at tignan mo kung may tao sa loób
Peek through the door and see if there's someone inside.
May I see that? / Can I please look at that?
Kailangan tingnán ng pulís ang pasaporte ni
The police officer needs to look at John's passport.
Alternate spelling(s): tignan
, titignanAlternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
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How to pronounce tingnan:
Related Filipino Words:tingíntumingínpagtingínpaningínmagpatingín sa doktórmapatingínkung makátingínmagpatingínnakatingínmakatingín
Related English Words:noticelook atchecklooklookslookedlookinglooked atnoticenoticesnoticednoticinglook afterlooked aftercheckcheckscheckedcheckinginvestigateinvestigatesinvestigatedinvestigating
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