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t.z.sagboánmillet porridge, t.z.5.2Food
Tabaskimoog kibsanTabaski
tabletaableántable5.1Household equipmentyãrgaá-àntable, chart, list3.2Mathematics
table of contentbuka 2ú-àntable of content, summary
table of contentssebr buka 2é ú-àntable of contents
tableclothfu-wogdgantablecloth
tablettɩ-vendemɩ̀-é-énpill, tabletsyntɩ-beelletɩ-beellenpill, tabletsyntɩ-vendemtaablɛtentablet3.3computer / digital
tabookiusguí-únhatred, forbidden thing, tabooTõnd buudã kiusg yaa yẽbg nemdo.Our clan's taboo is crocodile meat.kisgu 1í-únforbidden thing, a taboo, prohibitionkiibuí-ùnforbidden, prohibition, totem, tabooRaag kiib togsda a tilgr daare.The market ban is said on the day of its establishment. (proverb saying: we set the rules of the game from the start, each party must know their rights and obligations to avoid conflicting situations)
taboo sth.kisi1í-ìvforbidden (be), to be taboo, to taboo sth., contraindicate, to forbidYaa bũmb sẽn kisi.It is a forbidden thing.
tacklesɩnge1ɩ́-èvbegin, start, top tackle, initiateSaagã niime tɩ nebã sɩng bʋdbo.It has rained and the people started to sow.antbaase1sa1 1
tailzʋʋreʋ́na tailNag-zʋy a yiib pa gãt ye. One can't hold two cow tales at the same time. (proverb)1.6.2Parts of an animal
taille
tailorsẽtaéntailor, dressmaker6.1Worker
tailszʋyaʋn.pltailsNiig a yiib zʋy pa gãt ye.Proverb: It is difficult to hold the tails of two cows at the same time. (you have to choose)
taintedpõosreó-éadjrotten, spoilt, tainted
takevaage3 2á-èvtakeZabrã sẽn sɩngã, a vaaga a biigã n zoe n kuili.When the fight started, he took his child and went home.kolemde 2òvseize, get hold of, catch, takedɩke 1ɩ́-èvtake
take a bittẽbgeèvtake a small quantity between your thumb and your index fingerTẽbg zomã n gese yaa bãanega.Take a bit of flour and see whether it is thin.
take a lot of timekaoose 1àvretard, delay, take a lot of time, be late, keep-long, for a long time
take a seatzĩndi1 1ìvtake a seat, sit down, get into a sitting positionM na n zĩnda ka.I will sit down here.
take a seat, sit down
take alongkẽng nevaccompany, go off with, carry away, take along (lit. go with)Kẽng ne biigã tɩɩm doogã.Take the child to the dispensary.peegeèvaccompany, attend, escort, bring along, lead away, take alongA peega baagã n looge.He took the dog with him.1ɩ́vto take along, bring, carry, carry away, go off with somethingTõnd dɩɩme n tɩg n tol n zɩ n kuli.We have eaten enough and we take home what is left over.
take awayyõnge 2òvtake away, deductYõng sagb n suk zẽed n kõ baagã.Take away some porridge and dip it into the sauce and give it to the dog.fo2óvtake away several things by pullingwoverb.itreduce, diminish sth., take away several times, make sth. smallerWoog-y tɩ yaa wʋsgo.Reduce that still for it's too much.synbooge1vũkiùvtake away a quantity that corresponds to the content of a container, deductA vũka zomã ne sutgu.She took a ladle full of flour.deegevwelcome, receive, take off, remove, take away, take backroke 2òvtake awayRok zẽedã kaam.Take away the fat swimming on top of the sauce.yãgseverb.itchoose, take away, pick out, elect, selectB yãgsda kood n tẽgd n wãbdẽ.They plucked and ate some heads of grain, rubbing them in their hands.syn1wʋbefiuugi 1ìvtake away a bit by breaking it at an end. to amputate, cut / break off (living part)Zug sã n fiuugi, nin-zabr saame.If the head is severed, the eye pain ends. (Proverb: to solve a problem, you have to effectively fight its causes)
take away (around the hips)sẽke1èvtake away (what is around the hip), undressBiigã sẽka a kurgã n yaool n dʋʋde.The child lowered his trousers and then he urinated.antsẽgne
take away (fire)moke2òvtake away (wood fire)
take away a big quantityvãoogeáo-èvtake away a large quantity in one goA vãooga mui wã.She took a large quantity of rice.