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gásto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gasto) Expense, outlay, expenditure, disbursement; to spend, expend, disburse, pay out. Pilá ang gásto (ginagásto) mo sa isá ka simána? How much do you spend weekly? Gingastohán ko na sing duhá ka líbo ka písos ang bág-o ko nga baláy kag walâ pa mahumán. I have spent two thousand pesos on my new house, and it is not finished yet. Maggásto ka sing pilá ka gatús ka písos kag saráng mo mailísan ang atóp nga kógon sing sin.-Húo, matúod man, ápang walâ akó sing ikagásto. Spend a few hundred pesos and you can change your cogon-roof for one of galvanized iron.-Yes, quite true, but I have not got the wherewithal. Batóna iní nga igásto sa imo nga hinákay. Take this to pay your fare. (see uyáng, hinguyáng, úsik).



ámbas

Hiligaynon

To cost much, be expensive, costly, cause greater outlay as compared with something else. Maámbas ang áni sang sa gálab. Harvesting rice with the small rice-cutter called kayóg is more expensive than harvesting with the sickle. Sa súbung siní nga trabáho maámbas ang sóhol nga inádlaw sang sa pákiaw. For such work daily wages are more costly than a contract for the whole. Nagámbas ang gásto námon tungúd sang ápat ka bátà námon nga dídto sa koléhyo. Our expenses were greater on account of our four children at college. Naambasán silá sang gásto sa karón nga túig, kay naginilísílis lang silá sang minasakít. They had larger outlay this year, for they fell sick one after another. Iníng kláse sang paglútò maámbas. This kind of cooking is expensive. (see hákug).


galastóhan

Hiligaynon

(H) Expenses, things to be paid for, things requiring outlay or expenditure. (see gásto, baláyran, kahinguyángan).


gastár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gastar) To spend, disburse, lay out, expend, pay; consume, use up, wear out, make the worse for wear, waste, squander. Nagastár na ang pérno. The iron bolt is worn thin. Gingastár níya ang madámù nga pílak sa walâ sing pulús. He spent much money to no purpose. Indì mo paggastahán sing lakás ang mga kalingawlingáwan. Don't spend money extravagantly on diversions. Pilá ka galón nga gasolína ang igastár mo sa isá ka pagpakádto-pagpakarí? How many gallons of gasoline do you use up in one round-trip? (see gásto, hinguyáng).


kagastóhan

Hiligaynon

Expenditure, outlay, cost. (see gásto).


magásto

Hiligaynon

Expensive, dear, costly, extravagant, wasteful. (see gasto, kostóso, maámbas, mahákug, mahinguyángon).


rórog

Hiligaynon

(B) To do well or thoroughly, make a good job of it, attend to properly or with care. Malóoy kaw kadiáng bátà nga ílo kag rorógan mo gid kang sagúd. (Malóoy ka siníng bátà nga ílo kag sagurón mo gid sing maáyo). Have pity on this orphan boy and take complete care of him. Si Fuláno narorógan gid kang gásto sa pagtoón, hay mayád pa kató tóo ang ándang pagkabutáng. (Si Fuláno nagastohán gid sing madámù (sing maáyo) sa íya pagtoón, kay maáyo pa sádto (nga tiémpo) ang íla pagkabutáng). They had spent much money for N.N.'s studies, for in those days they were still well-to-do. (see áyaw, paayáwáyaw, busúg, búg-os).


típo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tipo) Type; use, custom, fixed price, usual charge or contribution; to fix or charge a price, etc. Sa típo nga bilí. At the usual-, customary-, fixed-, price. Salapî ang típo nga ámot sang tágsa ka katápù. Fifty centavos is the customary contribution of each member. Tipóhi ang bilí sang ímo báka. Fix (Name) a price for your cow. Tipóhi akó sang bilí sang ímo báka. Let me know-what you charge for your cow,-what price you will sell your cow at. May típo ang íla gásto sa adláwádlaw. Their daily expenses are-fixed,-restricted,-limited to a certain amount. (see látid, pát-od, tasádo).


úrut

Hiligaynon

(H) To finish, use up, get through, make an end of, eat up completely, spend everything, wear out completely. Naúrut na ang íya kwárta. All his money is gone, spent. Nagúrut siá sang gámit sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He exhausted all his means. He used up all his resources. Ginúrut níya sang inúm ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief. Indì mo pagurúton sang gásto (sa paggásto) ang búg-os mo nga binúlan. Don't spend the whole of your monthly salary. (see úbus, sáid, tîtî, tápus, ápus).


úrut

Hiligaynon

(H) To finish, use up, get through, make an end of, eat up completely, spend everything, wear out completely. Naúrut na ang íya kwárta. All his money is gone, spent. Nagúrut siá sang gámit sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He exhausted all his means. He used up all his resources. Ginúrut níya sang inúm ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief. Indì mo pagurúton sang gásto (sa paggásto) ang búg-os mo nga binúlan. Don't spend the whole of your monthly salary. (see úbus, sáid, tîtî, tápus, ápus).


gastóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gastoso) Lavish, prodigal, thriftless, improvident, extravagant, wasteful; expensive, costly, (see máhal, buhahâ, buhâ, maámbas, kostóso).


kagastohánan

Hiligaynon

Things requiring expenditure; expenditure. (see kagastóhan).


balasúbas

Hiligaynon

Out of pocket, without ready cash, short of cash for the present; to be or become short of cash, etc. Balasúbas or ginabalasúbas akó karón. At present I am out of pocket or I have no ready cash for the moment. Nabalasúbas akó, kay madámù ang ákon gingastohán. I ran short of cash, for I had to spend a great deal. Nagbalasúbas siá sa sugálan. He ran out of cash at the gambling table.


bankíya

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. banca). To help or join another in any work or undertaking, to contribute part of the expenses or capital involved in any scheme. Bankiyáhi akó sa paggásto siníng baláy nga ákon ginapatíndog. Help me to defray the expenses for the house I am having built. Ibankíya sa ákon ang ímong báka, agúd nga índì matám-an sang trabáho ang ákon karabáw. Assist me with your ox, lest my buffalo should be overworked. Ginbankíya níya sa ákon ang isá ka gatús ka mángmang sa ákon komérsyo. He helped me in my business with a contribution of one hundred pesos. (see búlig, tábang, ámot, búylog).


ika

Hiligaynon

This prefix is very often used for the formation of nouns, e.g. ikabáyad-resources, assets, wherewithal, cash; ikagásto-money to be spent, expenses to be paid, funds, pecuniary means; ikabúlig-source of help, means, assistance, expedient, support; ikatakús-worthiness, capacity, dignity; ikasángkol-capability, attainments, accomplishments; ikaláin-disadvantage, drawback, loss, injury, calamity; ikasabát-a ready answer or reply, etc. etc. (see inóg-).


ika

Hiligaynon

This prefix is very often used for the formation of nouns, e.g. ikabáyad-resources, assets, wherewithal, cash; ikagásto-money to be spent, expenses to be paid, funds, pecuniary means; ikabúlig-source of help, means, assistance, expedient, support; ikatakús-worthiness, capacity, dignity; ikasángkol-capability, attainments, accomplishments; ikaláin-disadvantage, drawback, loss, injury, calamity; ikasabát-a ready answer or reply, etc. etc. (see inóg-).


kostóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. costoso) Costly, dear, expensive. (see maámbas, gastóso, mahál).


mahinguyángon

Hiligaynon

(H) Spending much, wasteful, prodigal, lavish, extravagant, spendthrift, making great out-lays in money, etc. (hinguyáng; see magásto, palagásto).


mahumán-humán

Hiligaynon

Rather much, a good amount or considerable quantity. Mahumánhumán ang gingásto níya sa íya bátà túbtub nga natápus níya ang íya pagtoón. He spent a good deal of money on his son till he finished his studies. (see hingánhingán).


tasádo

Hiligaynon

(From the Sp. tasar) Taxed, prescribed, restricted, limited, regulated. Tasádo ang panggásto sinâ nga mga kabatáan. Only a limited (restricted) amount of money is available for (the upkeep of) those children. But it may also mean: Those children-can-,-are allowed to-, spend very little (for personal, casual, private needs). (see tasá, látid, pát-od).


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