Definition for the Tagalog word umupo:
[verb] to sit down; to sit; to sit on
Verb conjugations of umupo:
Focus: Actor Root: upoConjugation Type: -Um-
"Maupos" and "umupo" are both correct actor focused verbs meaning "to sit down."
Umupo Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
The child sat on the chair.
Would you like to sit down?
Doón ka umupô sa tabí ni
Sit over there beside Tom.
Should we already take our seats?
Umuupô na ang mga bisita
The guests are already taking their seats.
Dito ka umupô sa tabí ko at sabayán mo akóng kumain
Sit here beside me and eat with me.
Napápansín namin na si
Jack ay madalás umuupô sa tabí ni
We've been noticing that Jack often takes his seat beside Jill.
Kailangan niyáng umupô at magpahingá sandalî
She needs to sit and rest for a while.
Bakit ka sa sahíg umuupô at hindî sa silya
Why are you sitting on the floor and not on a chair?
Dito kamí uupô at híhintayín ka na lang namin
We will sit here and will just wait for you.
Saán mo gustó tayong umupô
Where would you like us to sit?
Umupô na pô tayo at magsísimulâ na ang programa
Let's all please take our seats now as the program is about to begin.
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How to pronounce umupo:
Related Filipino Words:upôupoiupômaupômakaupôupuannakaupôupuánkinaúupuánpaupuín
Related English Words:sitsitssatsittingsit downsat downsitsitssatsitting downsit onsat onsitting on
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