sambat [sámbat] 11.1vt To catch. Aya gisambata kag bola agor ida ahabulon. Don’t catch the ball so he’ll have to chase it. 22.1v To understand; to catch on to the meaning of what somebody says (fig). nakuha Nasambat nako kag gusto nimo bisayahon. I caught on to what you wanted to say.
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antar [ántar] 1n The distance between things, times or people (as of spatial, temporal or social distance). distansya Nag-antaran sinra pagsambatan it bola. They stood at a distance from each other when they played ball. Ing-antar nida kag pagtanom it mga kamatis. The tomatoes that he planted were kept distant from each other. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Interval, space, 8.4.5 - Relative time.) 2adj Distant from eachother; wide apart, spaced well apart (as of when planting seeds, floorboards with a space between them). (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Interval, space.) 3v To move, put more distance, space between one thing and another (as of things or people); to move away from. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Interval, space, 7.3.2 - Move something in a direction.)
payusot-yusot [payusot-yúsot] v To fumble ball passing it back and forth in a game. Nakahom tong nagbakoy it bola dahil nagpayusot-yusot kag bola nak waya nasambat. The batter had a home run upon striking the ball because the ball was not caught and then fumbled passing it back and forth between the players.
yakrag [yákrag] 1sta To fall from a height (person, object); to fall off a tree (as of fruit, leaves). hulog, nalaglag Ako nasambat kag itlog nak nayakrag sa lamesa. I caught the eggs that fell from the table. syn: taktak₁, tikrag₂ 1, huyog₁ 1, lagas 1, unot. 2vi To fall off a tree (said of leaves and fruit). Nagkayakrag kag mga budog nak yangka pagbagyo. The young jackfruits fell off the tree during the typhoon. 3vbt To drop something from a height. Ingyakragan nako sida’t mga hinog nak kabugaw tong hagto ako sa ibabaw it puno. I dropped to her ripe pomelos when I was up in the tree.