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patúgbong

Hiligaynon

Caus. of túgbong-to enter; bring to the market, etc. Ginpatúgbong níya sa amó nga minurô ang duhá níya ka lampitáw nga batíd kaáyo. He sent his two expert detectives into that village. (see padalá).



rumál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. domar) To tame, break in, subdue, train; to gallop. Rumalá ang kabáyo. Break in or tame the horse. Irumál akó sináng kabáyo. Kindly break in that horse for me. Batíd siá magrumál sing mga kabáyo. He is an expert in training horses. (see ánad, hánas, ántà, antâ).


sábio

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sabio) Wise, intellectual, learned, prudent, well educated. (see maálam, manginalámon, batíd, sagád, sampáton).


sagád

Hiligaynon

Habituated to, practised, expert, used to, a dab hand at, "an old hand at". (see anád, batíd).


sugál

Hiligaynon

Gambling, gaming; to gamble, game, especially playing at cards. Batíd siá magsugál (sa pagsugál). He is an expert at gambling. Indì kamó magsugál sa ákon baláy. Indì nínyo pagsugalán ang ákon baláy. Don't gamble in my house. Daláyon gid lang silá nagasugál (nagasinugál). The are always gambling.


tírko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. terco) Stubborn, obstinate; clever, tricky, tricksy, cunning, sly, cheating. (see pílyo, sutíl, antígo, sagád, batíd, etc.).


batidór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. batidor) An egg-beater, an instrument for beating-eggs,-cake-dough,-chocolate, etc. (see batí).


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