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  1. t-syert, taal to taksi
  2. taksil to tanging
  3. tangka to tengang-daga
  4. tenis to tino
  5. tinta to tres
  6. triga to tumag
  7. tumal to tuyot
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  • triga
    English: Filipino slang for intrigue
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) pakana, sabwatan

  • trigo
    English: (noun) wheat

  • trip
    English: Filipino slang for plan, current act, or idea
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) balak, ginagawa, o idea

  • trono
    English: (noun) throne
    Notes: Spanish

  • trono
    English: Filipino slang for toilet bowl
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) inudoro

  • tropa
    English: (noun) troop
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsa
    English: (noun) tea
    L2 Definition: (var) TSAA
    Notes: Chinese

  • tsalak
    English: Filipino slang for to sleep
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) matulog

  • tsampaka
    English: (noun) white or orange champak
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsampurado
    English: (noun) chocolate-flavored porridge
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsapa
    English: (noun) badge
    L2 Definition:
    Notes: Spanish
    Examples:

  • tsaperon
    English: (noun) chaperon
    Notes: English

  • tseke
    English: (noun) a bank check
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsekwa
    English: Filipino slang for Chinese
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) intsik

  • tsibak
    English: Filipino slang (verb) to eat
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) kumain

  • tsika
    English: Filipino slang (noun) gossiper (female)
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) tsismosa

  • tsikiting
    English: Filipino slang (noun) little kids, little children
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) mga munting anak

  • tsiko
    English: (noun) chico

  • tsimay
    English: Filipino slang (noun) female house helper, housemaid
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) katulong na babae

  • tsinelas
    English: (noun) slippers, flipflops, rubber beach slippers
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsinoy
    English: Filipino slang (noun) for Filipinos with Chinese ancestry.

  • tsinugi
    English: Filipino slang (verb) removed
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) inalis, tinanggal

  • tsip
    English: (noun) chief
    Notes: English

  • tsismis
    English: (noun) gossip

  • tsismosa
    English: (noun) tale-bearing person; a gossip; a tattletale
    L2 Definition: (var) TSISMOSO
    Notes: Spanish

  • tsitsa
    English: Filipino slang (noun) food
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) pagkain

  • tsok
    English: (noun) chalk
    Notes: English

  • tsoke
    see tsoke1 & tsoke2

    • tsoke1
      English: (noun) impact; collision

    • tsoke2
      Active Verb: magtsoke
      English: (verb) to collide

  • tsokolate
    see tsokolate1 & tsokolate2

    • tsokolate1
      English: (noun) chocolate
      Notes: Spanish

    • tsokolate2
      English: (adj) brown
      L2 Definition: (syn) KAPE; KAYUMANGGI

  • tsong
    English: Filipino slang (noun) buddy, mate, friend (male)
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) kumpare, pare

  • tsonggo
    English: (noun) monkey

  • tsungki
    English: Filipino slang (noun) a session to smoke pot or marijuana
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) pulong sa paghitit ng mariwana

  • tsuper
    English: (noun) driver of a motor vehicle; chauffeur
    Notes: French

  • tsuplada
    English: (adj) snobbish; haughty
    L2 Definition: (var) TSUPLADO

  • tsutsu
    English: Filipino slang (noun) gossiper, whiner
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) tsismosa; mapanangis

  • tuba
    English: (noun) native drink; palm sap

  • tubero
    English: (noun) plumber

  • tubig
    English: (noun) water

  • tubo
    see tubo1, tubo2, tubo3 & tubo4

    • tubo1
      English: (noun) sugarcane
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    • tubo2
      English: (noun) gain; profit; benefit

    • tubo3
      Active Verb: tumubo
      English: (verb) to grow (plants)
      Examples: Tumubo na ang kamatis. (The tomato plant already grew.)

    • tubo4
      Active Verb: magtubo
      English: (verb) to gain; to profit; to earn interest; to grow
      Examples: Magtubo ka lang nang kaunti. (You should only have a small profit.)

  • tubos
    Active Verb: manubos
    Passive Verb: tubusin
    English: (verb) to redeem
    Examples: 1) Manubos ka ng kawawang bata. (You redeem the poor child.) 2) Tubusin mo ang aking utang. (Redeem my debt.)

  • tubuhan
    English: (noun) (rw. TUBO) sugarcane plantation or field

  • tuchang
    English: Filipino slang (noun) friend, buddy
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) kaibigan

  • tugon
    English: (noun) answer

  • tugtog
    Active Verb: tumugtog
    Passive Verb: tugtugin
    English: (verb) to play music; to play on an instrument
    Examples: 1) Tumugtog ka naman ng gitara. (You play the guitar.) 2) Tugtugin mo nga ang awitin ni Julio Iglesias. (Play the music of Julio Iglesias.)

  • tuhod
    English: (noun) knee

  • tuhog
    see tuhog1 & tuhog2

    • tuhog1
      Active Verb: magtuhog
      Passive Verb: tuhugin
      English: (verb) to string together; to thread
      Examples: 1) Magtuhog ka ng sampung tuyong isda. (You thread ten dried fish.) 2) Tuhugin mo ang laman ng baboy. (Thread the pork meat.)

    • tuhog2
      Passive Verb: ituhog
      English: (verb) to string together; to thread
      Examples: Ituhog mo kami ng pusit para ihawin. (Thread for us some squid to be grilled.)

  • tuka
    see tuka1, tuka2 & tuka3

    • tuka1
      English: (noun) bill of a fowl; the act of pecking

    • tuka2
      Active Verb: tumuka
      Passive Verb: tukain
      English: (verb) to peck
      Examples: 1) Tumuka ang manok ng bulati. (The hen pecked a worm.) 2) Lumayo ka sa manok at baka ka tukain. (Stay away from the hen or you might get pecked.)

    • tuka3
      Active Verb: manuka
      English: (verb) to peck
      Examples: Hindi pa marunong manuka ang bibe. (The duck still does not know how to peck.)

  • tuklap
    Active Verb: magtuklap
    Passive Verb: tuklapin
    English: (verb) to detach; to remove the skin or cover; to pry
    Examples: 1) Marunong ka bang magtuklap ng balat ng ahas? (Do you know how to skin a snake?) 2) Tuklapin mo ang peluka ni Josie. (Detach Josie's wig.)

  • tuklas
    Passive Verb: tuklasin
    English: (verb) to find out, to discover something
    Examples: Tuklasin mo ang iyong kinabukasan. (Discover your future.)

  • tuklasin
    English: to discover
    see tuklas

  • tukod
    English: (noun) prop

  • tukso
    Active Verb: manukso
    Passive Verb: tuksuhin
    English: (verb) to tease; to joke; to jest; to tempt
    Examples: 1) Mahilig manukso ang batang iyan. (That child is fond of teasing.) 2) Huwag mong tuksuhin si Bill. (Don't tease Bill.)

    • tuktok
      see tuktok1 & tuktok2

    • tuktok1
      English: (noun) a tap; a knock

    • tuktok2
      English: (noun) top; tip; peak (of head); mountain peak

  • tula
    see tula1 & tula2

    • tula1
      English: (noun) poem

    • tula2
      Active Verb: tumula
      English: (verb) to recite a poem
      Examples: Tumula si Monica sa harap ni Linda. (Monica recited a poem before Linda.)

  • tulad
    English: (adj) same as; similar to; like that of

  • tulak
    see tulak1 & tulak2

    • tulak1
      Active Verb: tumulak
      English: (verb) to leave by boat; to depart by boat
      Examples: Tumulak siya papuntang Cebu. (He left by boat to Cebu.)

    • tulak2
      Active Verb: magtulak
      Passive Verb: itulak
      English: (verb) to shove; to push
      Examples: 1) Magtulak tayo ng sirang kotse. (Let's push the broken car.) 2) Itulak natin ang kotse. (Let's push the car.)

  • tulala
    English: (adj) dumbfounded, perplexed, baffled, stupid; ignorant
    natulala: to be dumbfounded, perplexed, baffled

  • tulay
    English: (noun) bridge

  • tuldok
    English: (noun) period mark

  • tuli
    see tuli1 & tuli2

    • tuli1
      English: (noun) circumcision

    • tuli2
      English: (adj) circumcised

  • tulig
    see tulig1 & tulig2

    • tulig1
      English: (adj) so deafened by noise as to be confused

    • tulig2
      Passive Verb: matulig
      English: (verb) to be defeaned by noise
      Examples: Takpan mo ang iyong tenga at baka ka matulig sa ingay ng paputok. (Cover your ears so you won't be defeaned by the noise of the firecraker.)

  • tulin
    English: (adj) /ma--/ fast; swift; rapid

  • tulingan
    English: (noun) tuna

  • tulis
    English: (adj) /ma--/ sharp-pointed Filipino slang (adj) someone who is fond of girls
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) mahilig sa babae

  • tulisan
    English: (noun) highwayman; brigand

  • tulo
    Active Verb: tumulo
    English: (verb) to drip
    Examples: Tumulo ang tubig-ulan sa loob ng bahay. (The rain-water dripped inside the house.)

  • tulog
    see tulog1 & tulog2

    • tulog1
      English: (adj) asleep; sluggard

    • tulog2
      Active Verb: matulog
      English: (verb) to sleep; to go to bed
      Examples: Matulog ka ng maaga para maaga kang magising. (You should sleep early so you could wake up early.)

  • tulong
    Active Verb: tumulong
    Passive Verb: tulungan
    English: (verb) to help; to aid
    Examples: 1) Tumulong tayo sa mga nasalanta ng baha. (Let us help those flood victims.) 2) Tulungan mo ang mga nasalanta ng baha. (Help the flood victims.)

  • tuloy
    see tuloy1 & tuloy2

    • tuloy1
      Active Verb: tumuloy
      English: (verb) to come in; to enter; to stay in a place temporarily
      Examples: Tumuloy tayo sa bahay namin. (Let's stay first in our house.)

    • tuloy2
      Active Verb: magtuloy
      Passive Verb: ituloy
      English: (verb) to continue; to go ahead
      Examples: 1) Magtuloy ka na sa iyong paglalakad. (You continue walking.) 2) Ituloy mo na ang iyong pagkanta. (Continue with your singing.)

  • tulya
    English: (noun) a species of clam

  • tumag
    see tumag1 & tumag2

    • tumag1
      English: (noun) dunce; dolt; blockhead

    • tumag2
      English: (adj) dunce; doltish; blockheaded



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