Counterpart of Patag in English & Sample Sentences
PATAG IN ENGLISH – Here is a guide on the English counterpart of the word “patag”.
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 “patag”. We will also discover its counterpart in the English language.
What is “patag”?
Patag is a Tagalog term that is used in describing a flat surface or level. It is usually used in describing a piece of land or a layer in cooking a dessert.
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What is “patag” 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 patag but also some examples of sentences using it.
Patag in English = Flat
Mga halimbawa ng mga pangungusap na gumagamit ng salitang patag:
1. Patag na ang lupaing nabili nina Tracy at Gino sa Batangas kaya pwedeng pwede nang simulan ang pagpapatayo ng bahay.
2. Hindi raw problema ang daan patungo sa hacienda na pagmamay-ari ng pamilya Lacson dahil patag ang daan papunta dun.
3. Sa tingin kaya patag ngayon ang lupa dito ay dahil ilang Linggo nang hindi umuulan?
4. Pinatingnan mo ba kay Limuel kung patagi ang buong daan papasok sa lupain ng mga Velez?
5. Nais ni Sario na alamin mo muna kung patag ba o lubak-lubak ang daan sa pupuntahan natin para alam niya kung aling sasakyan ang dadalhin.
Examples of sentences using the word flat:
1. Did you make sure that the powder on top of the cream was flat before you placed it inside the freezer?
2. The land contractors chose an area that is flat already so they can save time for the work.
3. The road going to the park is flat until Typhoon Pedring caused massive flooding that eroded the soil.
4. Do you think the car of Jimuel can pass through it although it is not a flat road?
5. Venice always travels in flat roads as part of her ways in taking care of her newly-bought SUV.
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