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bingat [bíngat] v 1To stretch, pull apart, open up a space (as of between the ends of a slit in a piece of bamboo to insert another piece of wood or in opening the mouth of a bag etc.). [This is used when making a long pole for picking fruit off a high tree XXXXX] 2To pull a face (as of pulling one's mouth wide with one's fingers, or pulling the skin below one's eyes down etc.). hinati Ingbingat nida kag kwadan para butangan it sangkil nak ikuhil sa bunga it mangga. He stretched the bamboo slab to open in the middle so that he could insert a stick and use that bamboo to pick the mangoes. (sem. domains: 7.5.2.4 - Remove, take apart.)

hinat [hínat] v To stretch (as of cloth, skin, etc). inat Badyang maramo it pila kag anak mahinat pa ra kag ida anit. Nevermind if your child has plenty of scars, her skin will still stretch. (sem. domains: 7.1.9 - Move a part of the body, 5.3 - Clothing, 5.7 - Sleep, 2.1.4 - Skin.)

liab [liáb] v To gang upon somebody. hinatak sa kwelyo Gingliab it pulis tong naggugulong yango. The policeman gang upon that noisy drunkard.

sunor-sunor₁ [sunor-súnor] adj Elastic; flexible. sunod-sunod Kag lastico ay nasunor-sunor kung inahinat. The rubber band is elastic when stretched.