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matarong [matárong] 11.1n Reason; purpose; explanation. dahilan, rason Kag matarong nida ay buko sida kag nagtsismis sa ida hali. Her reason is that she’s not the one who gossiped to her folks. (sem. domains: 3.2.5 - Opinion.) 1.2vi To reason, tell, explain. Nagmamatarong sida sa pulis nak waya sida gipanakaw it manok. He’s explaining to the police that he didn’t steal the chicken. syn: kabangranan. (sem. domains: 3.2.5 - Opinion.) 22.1adj Righteous; just; doing right. Parayan kay Kristo, kag tawo ay nagiging matarong kag rayan. Through Christ, man becomes righteous in his ways. (sem. domains: 4.9.1 - God, 4.9.7.1 - Religious person.) der. katarungan

sida nak matarong (irreg. infl. sa ida nak matarong) idiom - Convert to subentry Righteous one. Usa yang sida nak matarong kada sa ida kita dapat magpati. He is the only righteous man that’s why we should believe in him.

kabangranan [kabangránan] n Reason; purpose. dahilan Nio kag kabangranan nak ikaw ay nagruaw dili? For what reason have you come here? syn: matarong 1.2. (sem. domains: 3.2.1 - Mind, 3.3.1.1 - Purpose, goal.)

rason₂ [rasón] 1n Reasoning; arguments; standing up for oneself; speaking one's mind; giving one's own point of view (as of argumentative responses that are viewed as bad, impolite). dahilan Aber pigahan nimo si Tony ay marason nak gador kina kung nasa matarong sida. Even when you forbid Tony he’ll stand up for himself if he’s right. (sem. domains: 3.5.1.6 - Debate.) 2vi To reason, argue, stand up for oneself, speak one's mind, give one's own point of view (as of making argumentative responses that are viewed as bad, impolite). (sem. domains: 3.5.1.6 - Debate.)

saludar [salúdar] v To greet somebody with gifts; to greet somebody who comes home to where you’re waiting to see them; to salute (as of a person held in high esteem). saludo Kag ibang mga tawo ay nasaludar sa presidente dahil sa ida matarong nak human. People salute the president because of her just dealings.