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hubás

Hiligaynon

Evaporated, dried up, shrunk (of eggs, etc.).



hubás

Hiligaynon

To evaporate, dry up, pass off in vapour, vaporize. Nagahubás na ang túbig sa áwang, sa tiníg-ang etc. The water in the well, in the boiling rice, etc. is evaporating, (drying up). Nahúbsan na ang tiníg-ang sing túbig. The water in the boiling rice has evaporated. Sa tingádlaw madámù nga mga áwang ang ginahúbsan (pagahúbsan) sang túbig. During the dry season many wells run dry. Pahúbsa ánay ang túbig. Let the water first evaporate.


híngubás

Hiligaynon

To dry up, evaporate (of water). Nagahingubás na ang túbig sang línaw. The water in the lake is getting less, (lower, is evaporating). (see hubás).


húbsan, húbson

Hiligaynon

From hubás-to evaporate, etc.


kahulúbsan

Hiligaynon

(H) Evaporation, loss of moisture, drying up, exsiccation. (see hubás).


pahubás

Hiligaynon

To dry up water, to evaporate, vaporize i.e. to cause to evaporate. Ang hángin nagapahubás sang túbig. The wind dries up water. Pinahúbsan sang tingádlaw ang ámon áwang. Our well was dried up by the hot weather. Pahúbsi ang tiníg-ang. Let the water of the boiling rice evaporate. Pahúbsa ang túbig. Evaporate the water. Let the water boil all away. (pa, hubás).