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swilasswílasSpn shoe soleIgwa na sin luho an swilas san akon sapatos.The sole of my shoe has a hole already.syntamakansole
swirteswírteSpn luck, fate, fortuneHarayo sa imo an swirte.Luck is far from you.maswírteadj lucky, blessed, fortunateMaswirte si Pedro kay nanggana sa sweepstakes.Peter is lucky because he won in-the sweepstakes.
swito1swítoSpv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accswitúhonv be disciplined, be trained, be instructed, be chastised, be correctedSwituhon mo an imo sutil na bata.Discipline your stubborn child.pagswíton discipline, discipliningMaluya an iya pagswito sa iya sakop.His discipline of his subordinates is weak.
swito2swíton dependentTulo an akon swito.My dependents are-three.
syimprisyímpriSpadv of course, always, sureSyimpri tanan kita kakastiguhon.Of-course all-of us will-be-punished.
syinsyínSpadj hundredMagbilang ka tuna sa singkwinta pasyin.You count from fifty to one-hundred.Magakapital siya sin syin mil pisos sa iya duha ka dyip.He will-have-capital of-a hundred thousand pesos for his two jeeps.syíntosn hundreds. Used only with Spanish numeralsSyiti syintos an akon kwarta niyan.My cash today is seven hundred-pesos.syngatos hundred
syirtosyírtoSpadv 1sure, certain, positiveSyirto ako na makapasar.I am-sure to-be-able-to-pass.2surelySyirto na maabot an mga bisita.The visitors will surely arrive.magsyírtov [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. be certainMagsyirto ka kun makadi o dili.Be-certain if you can come or not.magkasyirtúhanv agree, reach agreementNagkasyirtuhan na kami san prisyo.We have-agreed-on the price already.
syitisyítiSpadj sevenMamati kita sa kan Jesus na syiti palabras.We-incl will-listen to Jesus seven words.masyítiv [c2] MAG-, MA- exp. become sevenMasyiti na si Michelle sa Nobyimbri.Michelle will-become-seven in November.
syudadsyudádSpn citySin-o an gusto magkadto sa syudad?Who would-like to-go to-the city?