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andar [ándar] v 1To start or run a motor; to function; to move away from a parking spot. umandar, takbo Nag-andar kag dyip pagkasakay ninra. The jeep moved away after they boarded it. (sem. domains: 6.6.8 - Working with machines.) 2To become evident as of pride; to be seen to be thinking about something (a colloquial expression about someone’s thinking, habit, emotion, character, etc). (sem. domains: 3.2.3.1 - Known, unknown.) der. paandar

ingtaas kag pagkatawo [ingtá-as kag pagkatáwo] v To raise one’s standard of life. itinaas ang pagkatao Si Menciong ay ingtaas kag pagkatawo it inra pamilya tong sida ay maging konsol. Menciong raised the standard of life of their family when he became a consul. (sem. domains: 4.3.1 - Good, moral, 4.3.1.4 - Reputation.)

kamisatsina [kamisatsína] n Shirt with mandarin collar. kamisatsína (sem. domains: 5.3.7 - Wear clothing, 5.3.1 - Men's clothing.)

mandar [mándar] 1n Orders; command. 2vbt To give orders; to command. mga utos Nagmamandar yang sida sa ida alila kung nio kag ida gusto. He just gives orders to his servants regarding whatever he wanted done. syn: sugo, ordinansa.

paandar [pa-ándar] (der. of andar) v 1To have to start a motor, engine. (sem. domains: 8.4.6.1.1 - Beginning, 7.2.4 - Travel.) 2To have to think, stir up one's mind. (sem. domains: 8.4.6.1.1 - Beginning, 3.2 - Think.) comp. paandara kag isip

paandara kag isip [pa-andará kag ísip] (comp. of paandar, isip) id To turn one’s brain on; to get one’s mind working; to use one's brains; to have to think. gamitin ang isip Ayaey baga gipangutana basta paandara yang kag imo isip kung pauno maggamit it diksyunaryo. Don’t ask question you just turn your brain on to how to use the dictionary. (sem. domains: 8.4.6.1.1 - Beginning, 3.2 - Think.)

salida [salída] vi To start to move, drive a vehicle. umaandar Ingpasaliday ni Walter kag jeep aber inggwa pa it nagsasakay. Walter started to move the jeep even there’s still passengers boarding.

istriktuhan [istriktuhán] v To enforce a rule, standard. (sem. domains: 4.6.6 - Government functions.)

kilatisan [kilatísan] v To introduce prospective spouse to one's parents to see if he/she passes the standard of the parents. (sem. domains: 4.3.1.2 - Meet a standard.)

mariwasa [mariwásà] adj Good, high class, quality of something, way of life (as of tiles, people’s standard of living). maginhawa Kag inra pamumuhay ay mariwasa kada pay waya’t kapoproblema. Their life style is high class so they don’t seem to have any problems.

mas nakakaangat [mas nakakaangát] adj Higher standard of living. mas nakakaangat Mahambog sida dahil mas nakakaangat sinra kana Jose. She’s proud because they have a higher standard of living than Jose.

pantay₂ [pántay] 11.1adj Equal; fair; level. pare-pareho 1.2vt To level something; to flatten something; to make something equal. pare-pareho Apantayon nimo ka pag utoy it mga buyak para maadong muyatan. You try to level the cuttings of the flowers so its good to look at. 22.1v To treat impartially; to treat equally. 33.1n A standard; a level. 3.2vbt To equalise; to level; to reach a certain level. Apantayan nako kag marka nimo sa klase. I’ll reach tha same marks that you get in class. Apantayon ninra kag raga nak apatulayan it bayay. They level the land where they’ll build the house.

pursige₁ [pursigé] v 1To pursue, persevere in a hope, project. sikap Nagpusige si Norma nak makapatinrog sinra it bayay. Norma pursued the hope that they would be able to build a house. (sem. domains: 7.2.6 - Pursue.) 2To enforce a rule, standard. (sem. domains: 4.6.6 - Government functions.)

sukatan [sukatán] (der. of sukat) n Measuring rod; standard against which things are measured.

ordinansa₂ [órdinansa] n Ordinance; law; rule. batas Kag mga ordinansa halin sa amo puno ay abang hirap gigsunron para sa amo nak mga pobre. The ordinances from our leader are really hard to follow for us who are poor. syn: sugo, mandar 2.

sugo [súgò] vt To command; to send somebody on errand. mag-útos Aya anay gihalin, asuguon ikaw nako. Please don’t leave, I’ll send you on an errand. syn: ordinansa, mandar 2. der. kasugu-an

hala-hala [hala-hála] adj Goes through money easily. sige-sige Waya naasinso kag inra pangabuhi dahil hala-hala ra tong ida asawa. Their standard of living doesn’t progress because his wife just goes through money easily. (sem. domains: 4.3.6.1 - Lack self-control, 6.8.6 - Money, 6.1.2.2.6 - Waste.)

kaway₂ [kawáy] (irreg. infl. paypay) v To wave goodbye, farewell to somebody (leaving on a journey). kaway Kami ay nagkaway sa ida tong nag-aandarey kag barko. We waved goodbye to him when the ship was moving. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.8 - Move back and forth, 2.1.3.1 - Arm.)

kiling₂ [kíling] 1vi To lean to one side; to be lopsided; to rock, roll, tip from side-to-side as of a boat. hilig Nagkiling kag bayay tong natumbahan it nidog. The house leaned to one side when the coconut fell on it. Nagkiling-kiling kag batil pag nag-aandar. The boat tips from side to side when it starts to move. Nagkiniling tong mga pangarga ni Banlam dahil waya nakamada’t maado. Banlam’s cargoes rolled from side-to-side because they were not stacked up properly. syn: linggi. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2.1 - Boat.) 2vbt To side with somebody; to favor somebody over others; to be biased; to be partial towards. kilingan, kampihan Ingkilingan nida kag ida amigo tong di anay buko ka ida hali. He sided with his friend And not with his relative when there was a fight. syn: kampi, apin 2. (sem. domains: 3.4.1.1.3 - Prefer.)

palya [palyá] v To stop running, operating; to stop doing something without notice; to stop, cease doing, functioning; to fail to do. palya Nagpalya it andar kag motor it kotse dahil natubian kag makina. The engine of the car stopped running because it got water on it. Nagpalya it paraya it sustento kag ida asawa nak sa Saudi. Her husband stopped sending her allowance from Saudi.

pyesa₃ [pyésa] n Piston (in a motor, car, bicycle etc.) piyésa Nawagit kag osang pyesa it ida motor kada indi mag-andar. One piston of the motor was lost so it won’t start.