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daríri

Hiligaynon

To induce, persuade, move, coax, wheedle, cajole, talk over, (mostly used with a negative). Indì mo siá madaríri sa pagpahulám sa ímo sing kwárta. You will not be able to coax him into lending you money. Indì ka makadaríri sa íya sa pagkádto dídto. You won't be able to get him to go there.



gábing

Hiligaynon

To move or influence without much ado, obtain a favour at short notice, prevail upon easily. Indì ka makagábing siníng táo sa pagtábang sa ímo. You cannot easily get this man to assist you. Gingábing ko gid siá sa pagbúlig sa ákon. I prevailed on him at once to help me. Tilawán mo lang siá, ápang sa ákon bántà índì mo siá magábing sa pagpahulám sa ímo sing kwárta. Just have a try at him, but in my opinion you will be unable to induce him to lend you any money. (see daríri).


gútib

Hiligaynon

To get or take a piece from; obtain a favour. Indì mo paggutíban ang tinápay. Don't break a piece off the loaf. Indí ka makagútib siníng táo-or-índì mo magutíban iníng táo. You cannot easily prevail on this man to assist you. (You cannot get a favour from this man). (see daríri, gábing, búhin).


tikím

Hiligaynon

See daríri id. Indì mo matikím iníng táo. You cannot easily prevail on this man, you cannot at an instant's notice make him comply with your request or move him to do your bidding. (see dalîdálì).