Counterpart of Nabubulol in English & Sample Sentences
NABUBULOL IN ENGLISH – Here is a guide on the English counterpart of the word “nabubulol”.
Undeniably, a lot of people are doubtful when it comes to the translations of certain Tagalog words in English. In this article, we will review the meaning of the word “nabubulol”. We will also discover its counterpart in the English language.
What is “nabubulol”?
Nabubulol is a Tagalog term that refers to saying or speaking with repeated sounds or unusual pauses due to fear or nervousness. For example, “Wh-what are you bringing for bre-breakfast?”
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What is “nabubulol” in English?
After knowing about the exact meaning of the word, surely many of us want to know not only the English translation of the word nabubulol but also some examples of sentences using it.
Nabubulol in English = Stammer
Mga halimbawa ng mga pangungusap na gumagamit ng salitang nabubulol:
1. Nabubulol si Dante sa sobrang takot ng kausapin siya ng kanilang punong-guro.
2. Hindi mo ba napansin na nabubulol si Ricardo sa tuwing kausap niya si Belen?
3. Bakit kaya nabubulol ang magkakapatid sa tuwing kakausapin sila ng kanilang tiyo ‘e mabait naman ito sa kanila?
4. Nabubulol ka sa tuwing natatakot ka kaya siguraduhin mo na hindi ka takot sa pagharap sa kanya.
5. Pinagtawanan ng mga kaklase niya si Mario dahil nabubulol ito sa tuwing nininerbyos ito.
Examples of sentences using the word stammer:
1. Did you notice how Jacob stammered while talking to his long-time crush at the gym after they played?
2. Do you also stammer when you are abruptly asked to speak in front of a crowd?
3. Joel stammered because he was very nervous during the presentation of their study to the panel.
4. Primo did not realize that he was stammering while proposing to Jerika because of too much nervousness.
5. Dr. Santio is so used to speaking in front of many people that he never experienced
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