Search result(s) - abákabák

ábak

Hiligaynon

To follow in quick succession. Nagaábak gid lang ang ulán. The rain pours down at short intervals, one shower or squall following another in quick succession, (see abákabák which is more in use).



durumálpog

Hiligaynon

(B) To succeed one another, follow in quick succession. Nagadurumálpog lang ang mga kalisúd. One trouble succeeds another. Difficulties are coming on in quick succession. (see abákabák, alábut, dulúngan).


opól-opól

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ópol. Also: to follow in quick succession, overlapping or interfering with each other. Nagaopólopól gid lang ang ákon mga buluhatón. My jobs come one-on top of the other,-after the other without pause. (see abútabút, abákabák).


opól-opól

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ópol. Also: to follow in quick succession, overlapping or interfering with each other. Nagaopólopól gid lang ang ákon mga buluhatón. My jobs come one-on top of the other,-after the other without pause. (see abútabút, abákabák).


sagúnsun

Hiligaynon

In succession, without interruption, following one close on the other; to follow in quick succession, succeed without interruption. Ang amó nga palagwáon íla ginpagwâ sa tátlo ka gáb-i nga sagúnsun. That play was staged by them on three successive nights. Makátlo siá napilián nga sagúnsun sa pagkapangúlo-puód. Three times in succession he was chosen Provincial Governor. Nagsagúnsun gid lámang sa amó nga kátay ang ginatús nga mga áwto. In that parade there were hundreds of automobiles forming an uninterrupted (unbroken) line. (see sunúd, abútabút, abákabák).


talagínus

Hiligaynon

(H) To follow-, succeed-, one another; to leave-, disappear-, one after the other (as guests after a banquet, stars in the morning, etc. (see tagínus, sunúd, abákabák).