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table

English: table Cebuano: lamisa English: Please set up the table. Cebuano: Paki andam na sa lamisa.

table cloth

English: table cloth Cebuano: panapton sa lamisa English: Please put the table cloth on the table. Cebuano: Paki butang na ang panapton sa lamisa.

tail

English: tail Cebuano: ikog English: The dog has a short tail. Cebuano: Ang ikog sa iro mubo lang.

tailor

English: tailor Cebuano: mananahi na lalaki English: The tailor is good. Cebuano: Maayo ang mananahi na lalaki.

take

English: take Cebuano: dawata English: You can take my money. Cebuano: Dawata ang akong kwarta.

talk

English: talk Cebuano: istorya, pakigpulong English: I would like to talk to you. Cebuano: Gusto ako makig istorya kanimo.

tall

English: tall Cebuano: taas English: The man is so tall. Cebuano: Grabe ka taas sa lalaki.

tamarind

English: tamarind Cebuano: sambag English: The local market sells tamarind. Cebuano: Ang merkado nag baligya ug sambag.

tap

English: tap Cebuano: gripo English: Could you please open the tap for me? Cebuano: Palihug paki abri sa gripo?

tapeworm

English: tapeworm Cebuano: bitok

taste

English: taste Cebuano: tilaw English: I’d like to taste the food on the table. Cebuano: Gusto ko mo tilaw sa pagkaon sa lamisa.

teacher

English: teacher Cebuano: maestro, maestra (female), magtutudlo English: Roy’s father is a teacher. Cebuano: Ang amahan ni Roy usa ka magtutudlo.

ten

English: ten Cebuano: pulo, napulo English: The boy has ten toys. Cebuano: Ang bata na lalaki duna pulo ka dulaan.

Thank you

English: Thank you Cebuano: Salamat English: Thank you, Arthur! Cebuano: Salamat, Arthur!

Thank you very much

English: Thank you very much Cebuano: Daghan kaayong salamat English: Thank you very much, Arthur! Cebuano: Daghan kaayong salamat, Arthur!

three

English: three Cebuano: tulo English: I have three apples. Cebuano: Naa ko tulo ka masanas.

tired

English: tired Cebuano/Hiligaynon: gi kapoy/gin kapoy English: Jenny is tired. Cebuano: Si Jenny gi kapoy. Hiligaynon: Si Jenny gin kapoy.

twelve

English: twelve Cebuano: napulo’g duha (pronunciation: napulog) English: I have twelve fruits. Cebuano: Aduna ako’y napulo’g usa ka mga prutas.

two

English: two (2) Cebuano: duha English: There are two birds. Cebuano: Naay duha ka langgam, Adunay duha ka langgam. Ilonggo: May ara duha ka langgam.  

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