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sukob [súkob] vbt To share a blanket, umbrella. súkob Masukob baga sa imo dahil ako’y inayamig. Can I share a blanket with you because I feel so cold.

sukob sa tuig [súkob sa túig] idiom - Convert to subentry Marry in the same year. sukob sa taon Huyata anay nak maglipas kag tuig bag-o ray ikaw mag-asawa dahil masukob kamo sa tuig it imo maguyang nak kabadi. Just wait till the year is passed before you marry again or otherwise you will get married in the same year as your older sister.

tukob-tukuban [tukob-tukubán] 1v 1.1vbt To eat greedily (as of people, animals). kain It yang tukuba it tong priso tong sobrang pagkaon it gwardya. The prisoner suddenly eats greedily the left over food of the guard. Atukubon tan-a it tong baktin tong amo manok. The pig would have have greedily eaten our chicken. [Vulgar term.] 2v To wrestle.

tukob₁ [tukób] 1.1vt To catch (such as a cat catching mice) kain Napantukob it ambo kag amo uning pag gab-i. Our cat catches mice at night.

tukob₂ [túkob] v To pounce on and eat (as of an animal). sinagpang Napangtukob kag liyon it tupa. The lion pounced on the sheep to eat it.

tukob₃ [túkob] vt To strike; to spring and bite (as of a snake). pangbuno Ingtukob it sawa kag uning. The snake struck the cat.

tukob₄ [tukób] v To strike like a snake. lapá Mag-andam kamo sa pagbaktas sa bukir baka kamo matukob it sawa. Be careful in walking towards the mountains a snake might strike you.

ukob [úkob] vi To bend over; to crouch down. Hunch over. tungo Nag-ukob ako pag rayan it tong pispis nak marako. I crouched down when the big bird passed over me. (sem. domains: 7.1.8 - Bend down.)