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What It “Nope” In Tagalog? (Answers)

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

NOPE IN TAGALOG: English To Tagalog Translations

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

Nope could be directly translated into a couple of things. First is, or “hindi“.

For example:

  • Police: Did you see where the robber went? Me: “Nope, I didn’t see anything.”

In Tagalog, this sentence could be translated as:

  • Police: Did you see where the robber went?
    ME: Hindi po, wala po akong nakita.

It could also be used to describe “mali or wrong” For example:

  • Me: Was my answer correct?
    Friend: Nope! You were wrong!
    Me: What are you saying?
  • Friend: Sino ang pumatay kay Lapu-Lapu?
    Me: Si Andres Bonifacio.

In Tagalog, this could be translated as:

  • Me: Tama ba yung sagot ko?
    Friend: Mali! Di mo na kuha yung tamang sagot.
  • Who killed Lapu-Lapu?
    Me: Was it Andress Bonifacio?

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