Ilong In English – Tagalog To English Translations

What Is “Ilong” In English? (Answers)

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

Ilong In English

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.

What is “Ilong”?

“Ilong” is a Tagalog term that refers to the part of someone’s face that sticks out above one’s mouth and that is used for breathing and smelling.

What is “Ilong in English?

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

Here are some example sentences:

  1. Hindi gusto ni Angelo na kamutin ang kanyang ilong.
  2. Tinakpan ni Danica ang kanyang ilong gamit ang kanyang panyo.
  3. Nagugustuhan nina Ben at Bob ang ilong ni Bella.
  4. Mas mahaba ang ilong ni Ella kaysa kay George.
  5. Gustong-gusto ni Mark na sundutin ang ilong ni Leah.

In English, these sentences could be translated as:

  1. Angelo doesn’t want to scratch his nose.
  2. Danica covered her nose using her handkerchief.
  3. Ben and Bob like Bella’s nose.
  4. Ella’s nose is longer than George’s.
  5. Mark really wants to poke Leah’s nose.

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