What Is “Butiki” In English? (Answers)
BUTIKI IN ENGLISH – This article will teach you about the English translation of the word “butiki” 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.
What is “Butiki”?
“Butiki” is a Tagalog term that refers to a reptile that has a long tail and short legs.
What is “Butiki” in English?
“Butiki” can be directly translated as “lizard”. The use of this word, however, may depend on the context of the sentence.
Here are some example sentences:
- Sinabihan ni Ella si Patrick na kunan ng litrato ang butiking iyon.
- Nakita nina Ben at Bob ang isang butiki sa dingding.
- Takot si Danica sa butiki.
- Sinabi ni Mark kay Leah na mahilig siyang mag-alaga ng butiki.
In English, these sentences could be translated as:
- Ella told Patrick to take a photo of that lizard.
- Ben and Bob saw a lizard on the wall.
- Danica is afraid of lizards.
- Mark told Leah that he likes to take care of lizards.
For other Tagalog-English translations, visit HERE.