Maakit In English – Translate “Maakit” In English

What Is “Maakit” In English? (Answers)

MAAKIT IN ENGLISH – This article will teach you about the English translation of the word “maakit” based on the context of the sentence.

There are several Filipino words that don’t have a direct translation in English, that’s why we need context in order to fully translate them.

Maakit In English

What is “Maakit”?

“Maakit” is a Tagalog term that refers to participating in a venture or causing to come to a place by offering something of interest, favorable conditions, or opportunities.

What is “Maakit” in English?

“Maakit” can be directly translated as “to attract”. The use of this word, however, may depend on the context of the sentence.

Here are some example sentences:

  1. Ginamit ni Bea ang lahat ng kanyang pang-akit para maakit ang atensyon ni Ben.
  2. Sinubukan ni Ana na maakit ang atensyon nina Betty at Angelo.
  3. Pumalakpak si Bob para maakit ang atensyon ng mga bata.
  4. Tahimik na umubo si Angelo para maakit ang atensyon ni Ana.

In English, these sentences could be translated as:

  1. Bea used all her lures to attract Ben’s attention.
  2. Ana tried to attract the Betty and Angelo’s attention.
  3. Bob clapped to attract the children’s attention.
  4. Angelo gave a quiet cough to attract Ana’s attention.

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