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To close well, to shut or lock a door, etc. properly. Angkopá ang ganháan, ang ba-úl, talamwáan, etc. Lock the door, trunk, window, etc. Básì nga walâ siá dirâ sa íya hulút, kay naángkop ang mga bintánà. Perhaps he is not in his room, for the windows are shut. (see será, dápat, háom, háup).



Fit, meet, due, right, proper, becoming, that should or ought to be done as a moral obligation, frequently to be translated simply with: should, ought; to fit, adapt, use, apply, befit, beseem, become, behoove, be right, be one's due, be expected, be the proper thing to do. Dápat ka magbúhat sinî. You should do it. You ought to do it. Inâ ígò kag dápat. That was (is) fit and proper or as it should be. Dílì gid dápat iní. This certainly is not-becoming,-proper,-the right thing to do. This is wrong entirely. Idápat nímo iní sa ímo kinahánglan. Apply this to your need. Dapáti sing salúg ang ímo kosína. Have a floor laid down in your kitchen. Gindápat níya ang ganháan sing maáyo. He closed the door altogether. Gindápat sang pánday ang ganháan sing maáyo. The carpenter fitted the door well. Dapáta ang puertáhan. Shut the door close. (In this last sense see ángkop, háop, háom) Gindápat níya ang ísa ka plántsa nga sin sa atóp. He put a sheet of galvanized iron on the roof. (see ígò, ángay).



To shut, close (a door, window, etc.). Haóma ang ganháan. Close the door. Ginháom mo sing maáyo ang bintánà? Have you closed the window well? (see háop, ángkop, dápat, será).