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sayásat

Hiligaynon

To comprehend, understand, know, grasp. Walâ siá makasayásat sang ginsilíng ko sa íya. He could not understand what I said to him. (see sáyod, sát-um, hibaló, etc.),



saládsad

Hiligaynon

To grasp fully, know well, understand perfectly. Nakasaládsad gid akó siníng mga butáng. Nasaladsarán ko gid iníng mga butáng. I know these things very well (having gone into them very thoroughly). (see sádsad, sayasát, hibaló, sáyod).


sát-um

Hiligaynon

To fathom, guess, perceive, conjecture, surmise, understand, comprehend, observe and find out. Sat-umá kon anó ang íya nga ginhámbal. Find out the meaning of what he has said. Nasat-umán níya sing maáyo ang mga húlag ni Fuláno. He very well understood N.N.'s movements. Nasat-umán níya nga--. He found out that--. (see hangúp, hántup, hilúm, sayásat, hibaló).


sayási

Hiligaynon

To comprehend, understand, know. Ang dílì ko masayási amó--. What I cannot understand is--. (see sayásat).


siásat

Hiligaynon

To understand, comprehend, know. See sayásat, sayási.


siási

Hiligaynon

To ponder well, think over, deliberate; to know, understand. Nagsayúp siá, kay walâ siá makasiási. He made a mistake, because he did not think things over well beforehand. (see painóíno, libólíbo, pamalándong, basóbáso, asíási, entiénde, sáyod, hunâhúnà, sayási, sayásat, siásat).