salinsayin

vsubjectN- [partial], mag- [total]
object-anTo change (clothes); transfer (liquids).change (clothes); transfer (liquids)kewmagsalin semmek.Go and change your clothes.Sayinanun badjuˈnun.Change your blouse.Sayinanunisellandemgalun iyan pinepī dem kassaˈ dikiˈ.Transfer the oil from that gallon container; put it into a small bottle.Banggaˈniyaˈ gāsnu, nayin kew gās iyan.If you don’t have any kerosene, transfer some of that kerosene (into your bottle).Pasalinanunnenakanak iyan, iyuˈ ne iluˈud semmeknen.Change (the clothes of) that child; his clothes are dirty.gantiˈ23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing
vsubjectpa-, mag-To change, transfer (of living location or from one means of transportation to another
of the same kind).
Pitu meˈ aˈa Basilanin pasalin hap Sembuwangan.The people from Basilan transfer here to Zamboanga.Bangsiyehap Sabah magsalin lansa siye laˈi si Cagayan.When they go to Sabah they change boats there in Cagayan de Tawi-Tawi.
vpasalinTo transfer s.t., move s.t. (all of it, from one place to another).Pasalinku manggahin amban dem parakaˈ pinapī dem karut.I will transfer the mangoes from the basket (to a sack).lindapinda