What Is Trangkaso In English? (Answers)
TRANGKASO IN ENGLISH – Based on context, there are a lot of ways to translate this word to English. In this article, we will learn more about them and look at some example sentences.
Trangkaso can be translated in English as “flu”. Often times, you could hear a person say “May Trangkaso ako”. However, this could be translated into several things.
- I have the flu.
- I am sick.
- I don’t feel so good.
- I have a fever.
This is because unlike the English language, there are little words to specify certain diseases. Having the flu is different from having a cold.
However, in Tagalog, there is no specific word for either of the two. Instead, we use the common phrase “Trangkaso” or “lagnat“.
There also times where the word Trangkaso is described as a worsening “lagnat”. When a person has lagnat, it’s like that individual is having a mild fever.
But, when someone is having a “trangkaso”, it’s more serious. It means that the body is fatigued and sick and badly needs rest.
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