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What Is “Pusod” In English? (Answers)

PUSOD 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.

Pusod In English: Tagalog to English Translation Of "Pusod"

In this article, we are going to talk about the Tagalog word “Pusod” and its translation into English.

Pusod could be directly translated as “navel“. However, it is more commonly known as the “belly button“.

A “navel” is a part of the body. According to Cambridge English Dictionary, it is the small round part in the middle of the stomach. It is left after the cutting of the umbilical cord.

Example Sentences:

  1. Huwag mo akong kilitiin sa pusod, hindi ko makakaya ang tawa.
  2. May kiliti talaga ako sa pusod.
  3. Linis mo naman minsan yung pusod mo.
  4. Ginamot ni Peter and sugat ni Terrance na malapit sa kanyang pusod.
  5. Inoperahan si Hans sa pusod dahil sa inpeksyon.

In English, this could be translated as:

  1. Don’t tickle me on my belly button, I can’t stop laughing.
  2. I’m really ticklish in my belly button.
  3. You should clean your belly button sometimes.
  4. Peter did first aid on Terrance’s wound that was close to his navel.
  5. Hans had an operation due to a navel infection.

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