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‘Lasa’ in English
March 22, 2012
‘Lasa’ is translated in English as taste. ‘Panlasa’ means a taste of a person to the food or something depending on the context of the sentence. ‘Lasado’ means a food had the good taste.
Lasadong-lasado – a food with a good taste
Hindi lasado – not tasty
Panlasa Pinoy – a taste of Filipinos
Masarap na panlasa – a good taster
Masarap ang lasa – delicious
May lasa – tasty
Walang lasa – a food with no taste or a food which is not delicious
- Wala akong malasahan. – I can’t taste it.
- Hindi ko gusto yung lasa. – I don’t like the taste.
- Akala ko walang lasa to. – I thought it has no taste.
- Hindi ko makuha yung lasa na gusto ko. – I can’t get the taste that I want.
- Parang may nalasahan na ako na ganito. – I think I’ve already taste like this.
- Ang sarap ng lasa. – The taste is good.
- Hindi masabi ang lasa nito. – I cant tell the taste of this.
- Masarap ba ang lasa? – Is the taste is good?
- Ano ang lasa niyan? – What is the taste of that?
- May lasa ba ang pagkain? – Does the food have a good taste?
- Nalasahan mo ba? – Have you taste it?
- Paano mo nakuha ang lasa ng tinolang manok? – How did you get the taste of the tinolang manok?
- Masasabi mo ba ang lasa ng pagkaing yan? – Can you tell me what the taste of that food is?