taburengintransitive verbSurlala sák i bál; merok i holhol; táit a long sáksáknai kak liu má kápate arwat suri ina elai, ngorer iau lala kis án hol suri; sák i hol suri táit a tapam hutEnglishdisappointed; sad; unhappy; upset; troubled; worried; miserableTok PisinsoreTabureng is worry about what's currently happening to oneself, and may contain an element of frustration at not being allowed to do something you want to do. It implies unfulfilled expectations. A person who is tabureng is unable to do anything because he's upset, or if he does do something it will not be the right way. The term tapunuk, actually a Kuanua word that is frequently used in Sursurunga, is equivalent to tabureng. Tinang is sadness or worry about something that's already happened (as after a death). Bál_sák implies being upset but not necessarily angry. This generic term for 'upset' includes being sorry, sad and regretful. Sák_i_bál also implies upset, sadness and regret. And tang_i_bál implies a sad expression on one's face but without outward crying.Kálámul a tabureng i kán hol suri bor a kokon ami kán pokon. Ai na ser pas te táit mul uri tángni kán liu?A person is upset/troubled in his mind about a pig who roots around up in his garden. Where will he find some other things to help/provide for his life?konngeksák i bálsirtang i báltapunuktinangatabureng3.4Emotionemotion

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