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‘Palaaway’ in English

March 1, 2012

 

‘Palaaway’ is a tagalog words means troublemaker which a word palaaway came from the word away that means trouble.
                      
palaaway – troublemaker
batang palaaway – a troublemaker kid
palaaway na grupo – a group of troublemaker
palaaway na magulang – a troublemaker parents
palaaway na mga kaibigan – a troublemaker friends
palaaway na babae – a troublemaker girl/woman
palaaway na lalaki – a troublemaker boy/man
palaaway na bata – a troublemaker kid

  • Hindi naman ako palaway. – I’m not a troublemaker.
  • Talagang palaaway yan siya. – He/she is really a troublemaker.
  • Ayaw ko sa palaway. – I don’t like troublemaker.
  • Isa siyang palaaway. – He/she is a troublemaker.
  • Palaaway ka talaga. – You are really a troublemaker.
  • Wag ka ngang palaaway. – Don’t be a troublemaker.
  • Hindi ko gusto ang mga palaaway. – I don’t like troublemakers.
  • Palaaway siya sa lugar nila. – He is a troublemaker on their place.
  • Palaaway sa mga kapatid. – A troublemaker to his/her sisters/brothers.
  • Iwasan mo ang pagiging palaaway.  – Avoid being a troublemaker.
  • Palaaway si Junior. – Junior is a troublemaker.
  • May away na naman ang mga palaaway. – There’s a trouble again with the troublemakers.

 

  • Hindi naman ako palaway. – I’m not a troublemaker.
  • Talagang palaaway yan siya. – He/she is really a troublemaker.
  • Ayaw ko sa palaway. – I don’t like troublemaker.
  • Isa siyang palaaway. – He/she is a troublemaker.
  • Palaaway ka talaga. – You are really a troublemaker.
  • Wag ka ngang palaaway. – Don’t be a troublemaker.
  • Hindi ko gusto ang mga palaaway. – I don’t like troublemakers.
  • Palaaway siya sa lugar nila. – He is a troublemaker on their place.
  • Palaaway sa mga kapatid. – A troublemaker to his/her sisters/brothers.
  • Iwasan mo ang pagiging palaaway.  – Avoid being a troublemaker.
  • Palaaway si Junior. – Junior is a troublemaker.
  • May away na naman ang mga palaaway. – There’s a trouble again with the troublemakers.

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