Reklamo In English: Tagalog-English Translation Of “Reklamo”

What Is Reklamo In English? (Answer)

REKLAMO IN ENGLISH – There are several Filipino words that do not have a direct translation in English, that’s why we need context to fully translate them.

Reklamo In English: Tagalog-English Translation Of "Reklamo"

In this article, we are going to take a look at the Tagalog word “Reklamo” and its translation in English.

Reklamo means either “complain” or “report” depending on the context. Here are some examples:

  1. Huwag ka ng mag reklamo, mag trabaho ka na.
  2. Dahil sa aksidente, sumampa sila ng reklamo sa police.

In English these could be translated as:

  1. Don’t complain, just do your job.
  2. Because of the accident, they reported a complaint to the police.

Depending on the prefix and postfix, the word could also take a different meaning.

For example:

  • Reklamador = complainer
  • Mareklamo = easy to complain
  • Nagrereklamo = complaining

Here are some more examples:

  1. Ayaw kong magreklamo, pero pagod na ako.
  2. Mareklamo talaga si Peter.
  3. Pumunta sa police ang ina na nagrereklamo ng kanyang asawa.

These sentences could be translated as:

  1. I don’t want to complain, but I’m really tired.
  2. Peter complains easily.
  3. The mother went to the police to file a complaint against her husband.

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