Definition for the Tagalog word ubusin:
[verb] to deplete something; to finish something; to finish off something; to devour something; to exhaust something
Verb conjugations of ubusin:
Focus: Object Root: ubosConjugation Type: -In Verb
Ubusin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (7)
Puwede mong ubusin ang
cake kung kaya mo
You can/may finish the cake if you can / are able.
Huwág mong uubusin ang
Don't eat all the spaghetti.
Inuubos ng anay ang posteng kahoy
The termites are eating up the wooden post.
Ubusin mo na itó para hindî masayang
Finish this (food) so it won't go to waste.
Baka masirà lang itóng
spaghetti kung hindî natin uubusin ngayón
This spaghetti might just get spoiled if we don't finish it now.
Ubusin na natin ang keyk at baka malumà lang iyán sa
Let's already finish the cake as it might just get stale in the refrigerator.
Ubusin mo na agád ang
ice cream na hawak mo kasí tutulò lang iyán sa init ng araw
Finish that ice cream you're holding quickly for it will just drip from the heat of the sun.
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How to pronounce ubusin:
Related Filipino Words:ubósmaubospaubósmaubusanipaubosumubos
Related English Words:devourdevoursdevoureddevouringdepletedepletesdepleteddepletingfinishfinishesfinishedfinishingexhaustexhaustsexhaustedexhausting
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