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hakbang [hákbang] vbt To step out a certain distance to measure something. hákbang Kung sa kusina ka, pilang hakbang papagto sa sala? If you’re in the kitchen, how many steps can you make to reach the living room? (sem. domains: 8.1.3.1 - Many, much, 7.2.1.1 - Walk, 8.2.6 - Distance, 8.1.5.8.1 - Approximate.)

primerong tikang [primérong tikáng] n The first time to do or experience something (lit. first step). unang hakbang Kag ida primerong tikang sa pagnegosyo ay waya napalso. His first experience in business didn’t fail.

tikang [tikáng] 1n Step; stride; footsteps; foot (measurement). To take a step. 2vi To step. hakbang Nagtikang sida it tatlong tikang. She stepped three steps.

yak-ang [yák-ang] 1v To miss skip, one in a regular schedule. (sem. domains: 7.2.3.5 - Move past, over, through.) 1.1vbt To miss doing something; to overlook doing part of something. hakbang Nagyak-ang ako it usang numero sa ako trabaho. I missed doing one number in my work. syn: yakbang 1. 2n Step. hakbang Mga pilang yak-ang yangey bag-o maabotey kita sa inra bayay. It will take us a few more steps before we will reach their house. 3vbt To step over. Aya giyak-angi kag ako tanom. Don’t step over my plant.

yakbang [yakbáng] 1n Step. hakbang Kinang abang ragko nak tawo ay abang ragko ra it yakbang. Those big men have also big steps. syn: yak-ang 1.1. 2vbt To take a long step; to step across something. Aya baga giyakbangi kaling ako mga bag-ong tanom nak buyak. Please don’t step across my newly planted flowers.

yanras₁ [yánras] vt To step, skip, go over something (as of stepping over a object, skipping pages when reading, going over hills). hakbang Aya giyanrasi kinang ako mga bag-ong tanom nak rosas. Don’t step over my newly planted roses.