What Is “Wink” In Tagalog? (Answers)
WINK IN TAGALOG – This article will teach you about the Tagalog translation of the word “wink” based on the context of the sentence.
There are several English words that don’t have a direct translation in Filipino, that’s why we need context in order to fully translate them.
What is “Wink”?
“Wink” is an English term that refers to looking towards other people and close one eye very briefly.
What is “Wink” in Tagalog?
“Wink” can be directly translated as “kumindat”. The use of this word, however, may depend on the context of the sentence.
Here are some example sentences:
- George likes to wink at any person.
- Leah told Mark not to wink at her.
- Ben and Bob don’t know how to wink.
- Ella doesn’t like to see people winking at her.
In Tagalog, these sentences could be translated as:
- Mahilig kumindat si George sa kahit sinong tao.
- Sinabihan ni Leah si Mark na huwag kumindat sa kanya.
- Si Ben at Bob ay hindi marunong kumindat.
- Ayaw ni Ella na nakikita ang mga taong kumikindat sa kanya.
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