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kapot [kápot] 1vi To make something stick, cling to something. Ipakapot nako kaling bayagon sa puno’t nidog. I will make the vine cling to the coconut tree. Ipakapot nako kaling nabasag nak plorera it tong pangdikit nak ‘epoxy.’ I’ll stick this broken flower pot together with epoxy glue. (sem. domains: 7.5.2 - Join, attach.) 2vbt To cling onto something or somebody; to stick onto something. Nagpakakapot tong anak sa ako tong sida ay naineksyunan. The child clung to me when she was given an injection. Nagkapot kag tiki sa ringring. The lizard clung to the wall. Kaling kahoy ay gingkakaputan it kinang ako mga ‘orchids.’ My orchids are clinging on this tree. (sem. domains: 7.5.2.1 - Link, connect, 7.5.2.2 - Stick together.) 3adj Prehensile; easily, soon clings, climbs somewhere (as of the tendrils of a vine, the arms of an octopus). kapit Maraling kaputan it bayagon it mga sitaw katong gingbutang nako nak mga kuray. The bean vines soon climbed on the fence that I put up. (sem. domains: 7.5.2 - Join, attach.) 4vi To catch a disease; to be infected. Ingkaputan sida’t sakit pagpagto sa ibang nasyon. She caught a disease when she went to another country. syn: tapon 1. (sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak, 2.5.2 - Disease.) der. kaputan

tapon [tapón] 1vbt To infect somebody with a disease; to catch a disease from somebody else. Matapon kag sakit nak tipras sa imo pag mapayungot ikaw sa di sakit. Measles will infect you if you come near the one who is sick. Itapon nako sa imo kag ako sip-on I will infect you with my cold. Natapnan sida it sakit it ida manghor dahil nagubay sinra. She was infected with her younger sibling’s illness because they slept together. syn: kapot 4. 2adj Infectious; contagious. hawa Nakakatapon kag tipras lalong laloey ruto sa waya gibaksinasyona. Measles are contagious especially with those who haven’t been vaccinated.