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kalaban [kalában] 1n Opponent. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.2 - Sports, 4.8.2 - Fight, 4.8.2.9 - Enemy.) 2vt To oppose, compete against in a fight or contest. kalaban Akalabanon nako sida sa eleksyon. I’ll oppose him in the election. (sem. domains: 4.8.2 - Fight, 4.8.1.1 - Oppose, 4.8.2.9 - Enemy.)

kalaban sa politika [kalában sa polítika] n Political opponent. kalaban sa politika (sem. domains: 4.8.2 - Fight, 4.6.6.4 - Election, 4.6.6.5 - Politics.)

laban [lában] 1vbt To challenge or compete against in a fight or contest; to oppose. laban Inglabanan it mga pulis kag inra kaaway. The policemen fought against their enemies. Akalabánon nako katong kabadeng kandidata sa inra partido. I’ll oppose that woman candidate in their party. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.2 - Sports, 4.3.4.2.1 - Hinder.) 2vt To enter something in a contest. Ilaban nako kaling ako putahe sa laban-labanan it pagyuto. I’ll enter this recipe of mine in the cooking contest. (sem. domains: 4.2.6.2 - Sports.) comp. dapat magraog sa parehas nak laban , comp. laban sa buot , der. laban-labanan , der. labanan

pangsulot [pangsulót] v Deceitful, can’t be trusted; wheeler-dealer; take advantage of one’s knowledge to win in business. nulot Indi si Gary mag-uma kung hariin nagbabaligya nak napangsulot tong ida kalaban. Gary won’t tell where he is selling because his co-worker is a deceitful wheeler-dealer.

pater [páter] 1sta To trip. Napater ako sa bato dahil maruyom. I tripped on the rock because it was dark. 2vt To trip somebody intentionally. patid Pinater sida it ida kalaban sa karera. He was tripped in the race by his opponent. Inpater nida kag anak agor indi makarayagan. He tripped the child so that he couldn’t run away.

rilham [rilhám] vbt To flare up in anger; to get angry; to make somebody get angry. ginalit Ingrilhaman ni Rolly tong kalaban ni Lito para magsuntukan ray sinra. Rolly made Lito’s opponent so angry that they boxed each other.

tabon [tábon] 11.1n A cover. 1.2vbt To cover something up. tabon Atabunan nako kag likutan. I’ll cover the trash can. 22.1vbt To fill in, level a terraced field. tabon Ingtabonan it mga sundalo it uhot katong raya ninrang mga baril sa kariton para indi makita it kalaban. The soldiers filled the carriage with rice straw so their enemies wouldn’t notice that there’s a gun in it.

tarok₂ [tárok] 1n Stare. 2vbt To stare at somebody, something. dilat Atarokan gador nako kag ako kalaban. I will really stare at my opponent. Ingtarokan nida kag litrato nak kaguganda. He stared at the picture which was very beautiful.

trisyon [trísyon] v To fight unfairly, behind somebody’s back; to fight spitefully. patraidor Patrisyon kag pagbuno sa ida kada waya sida nakalaban. His enemy fought behind his back that’s why he was not able to fight back.

yabaw [yabáw] (irreg. infl. yapaw) 1vi To extend beyond a point; to protrude. Nagyayabaw kag ida kamison sa ida malip-ot nak baro. Her slip extends beyond her short dress. Pagkakusog ka imo itsa ay nagyayapaw kag bola sa ida. When you throw hard, the ball goes out beyond her. 2vbt To extend something beyond a point; to exceed something. labis Ayabawan nako kag imo mga nabaoy nak marka sa eskwela. I’ll exceed the mark you got in school. Ingyapawan nida it taas kag nayukso’t kalaban sa ‘high jump’. She surpassed the height that her opponent made at the high jump.

yaswa [yáswa] (dial. var. talsik) 1vi To fly off, out of where something is placed or attached. tumilapon Nagpangyaswa kag ida raya tong mabangga sida’t usang tawo. All the things she was carrying flew out of her hands when a man bumped her. syn: yasik 2.1, talsik. 2sta tumilapon Nagyaswa kag takong it ida sapatos. The heel of his shoes flew off. Ingpayaswa it kayaki kag ngisi it ida kalaban sa suntukan. The man knocked the teeth of his opponent out in the fist fight. Nayaswa kag ako katungka pag-abot ninra. My sleepiness flew away when they arrived.