Meaning of sakáda

sakáda

Hiligaynon

To take-, scoop-, draw-, out. (see salók, sarók, kúhà).



sakáda

Hiligaynon

(From the Sp. sacar) Working men under contract to work for a certain time at a farm, mill, etc.; to hire men for work on a large farm, etc. Si Fuláno nagasakáda sing mga táo sa isá ka asiénda sa Négros. N.N. is looking for men to work on a farm in Negros. Amó iní ang mga táo nga ginsakáda níya sa Hámtik. These are the men he hired or contracted for in Antique. Iníng mga táo nga isá ka trak pulús tanán sakáda. This truck load of men has been contracted for work (on a distant farm, or the like).