Search results for "hanger"

hanger [hánger] n Coat-hanger. hánger (sem. domains: 5.3 - Clothing.)

hangir [hángir] n Hanger, for clothes. Butangan sa hangir kinang imo baro para indi mayuko. You put your dress on a hanger so that it won’t be crumpled. (sem. domains: 5.3 - Clothing.)

bitinan [bitinán] (der. of bitin) n Hook (as for the thing on which something is hung e.g. hook, nail, S shaped wire or hanger etc.). (sem. domains: 7.3.2.4.1 - Hang.)

hayhay₁ [háyhay] 1n A line for drying clothes. (sem. domains: 5.6.4 - Wash clothes.) 2vbt To hang up something on clothesline, hangers; to drape over; to drip dry (in no special way and without a specific means of support like nails, ties or clothes pins, as in laundry on a fence). sampay Inghahayhay nida kag basa nak yamit sa liwas. She is hanging out the wet clothes outside. (sem. domains: 5.6.4 - Wash clothes.)

tuta [túta] n “Cronies”; hangers-on, associates, allies. tuta Pagkatapos it eleksyon ay nagkahadlok kag mga mayayamang tuta ni Marcos. After the election the rich cronies of Marcos were afraid. [As of associates and friends who benefit from someone in political power.]

tumbaw [túmbaw] v To wear or put more than one article of clothing over another. patong Itumbaw nako kaling ‘sweater’ sa ako baro kung mapanaw dahil mayamig. I’ll wear this sweater over my other clothes when I go out because it’s cold out. Tumbawan anay kag binuyar nak yamit sa hanger dahil kuyang kag hanger. Put several clothes on a hanger because there aren’t enough hangers. Ingtumbaw nako kag kwaderno sa libro. I put the notebook on top of the book. Atumbawan nako kag anak it pangyamig. I will put something for the cold weather on the child as well. (sem. domains: 5.3.7 - Wear clothing.)