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Translations into Tagalog:

  • hawak 
    (Verb  ) (verb   )
     
    to hold, grasp, or grip
  • magpakatatag 
    (Verb  )
     
    persevere
  • magtiwala 
    (Verb  )
     
    continually believe in something
  • maniwala 
    (Verb  )
     
    continually believe in something
  • pabantay 
    (Verb  )
     
    to keep; to store something for someone
  • pahawak 
    (Verb  )
     
    to keep; to store something for someone
  • patago 
    (Verb  )
     
    to keep; to store something for someone
  • sandali 
    (Verb  )
     
    wait a minute

Other meanings:

 
(idiomatic) To wait a moment (usually imperative).
 
(idiomatic) To continually believe in something; to have faith in.
 
(idiomatic) To persevere.
 
(idiomatic) To pay close attention.
 
To hold, grasp, or grip.
 
(idiomatic) To keep; to store something for someone

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Example sentences with "hang on", translation memory

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No one came.Walang dumating.
His cottage is on the coast.Nasa dalampasigan ang kasita niya.
I lie on the grass.Nakahiga ako sa damo.
It rains softly on the city.Umulan nang matamis sa nayon.
You can't live on that island.Di ka puwedeng tumira sa islang iyon.
He got lost on his way here.Naligaw siya paparini.
Tom saw Mary on TV.Nakita ni Tomas si Maria sa telebisyon.
I'm the tallest one in the class.Ako ang pinakatangkad sa klase.
Two children are sitting on the fence.Nakaupo ang dalawang bata sa bakod.
Is it possible to indicate a date on which a language came into life? "What a question!" you will be inclined to say. And yet such a date exists: the 26th of July, the Day of Esperanto. On this day in 1887 appeared in Warsaw a booklet by Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof about the "International Language".Maiitanda ba ang petsa ng may naging wika? "Anong klaseng tanong!" ang masasabi. Gayon man, may petsang ganoon: ang ika-26 ng Hulyo ang Araw ng Esperanto. Nang petsang ito noong 1887, lumabas sa Warsaw ang brosyur ni Doktor Ludwig Zamenhof tungkol sa "Pandaigdigang Wika."
The sink has one spout with both hot and cold water faucets.Ang lababo ay may isang alulod ng gripo na may parehong mainit at malamig na tubig.
I live on the fifth floor.Nakatira ako sa ika-5 piso.
There are cherry trees on each side of the street.May seresang namumulaklak sa bawat tabi ng kalyeng iyon.
I wonder what's on her mind.Nagtataka ako kung ano ang iniisip niya.
Blue lines on the map designate rivers.Dinedesigneyt ng mga linyang asul sa mapa ang mga ilog.
No one trusts him any more.Wala nang umaasa sa kanya.
The picnic was put off on account of rain.Kinaltas ang piknik dahil sa ulan.
Among the five of us, he's surely the one who can speak the most languages.Sa ating lima, siya ang mas maraming alam na wika.
We ran on as far as the station.Tumakbo pa siya hanggang sa estasyon.
Which is your book, this one or that one?Alin ang libro mo, ito o iyon?
Come on, let us talk about flowers.Pumarini't mag-usapan tayo tungkol sa mga bulaklak!
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten.Isa, dalawa, tatlo, apat, lima, anim, pito, walo, siyam, sampu.
The writer is working on his new book.Nagtratrabaho ang manunulat sa kanyang bagong libro.
No one was aware of her literary talent.Walang may alam sa kanyang katalinuan sa literatura.
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