Counterpart of Makaiwas in English & Sample Sentences
MAKAIWAS IN ENGLISH – Are you looking for the English translation of the term “makaiwas”? Here’s its English counterpart.
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 term “makaiwas”. We will also discover its counterpart in the English language.
What is “makaiwas”?
Makaiwas is a Tagalog term that refers to the chance of getting away from someone or something or avoiding a person or thing intentionally or for a purpose.
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What is “makaiwas” 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 makaiwas but also some examples of sentences using it.
Makaiwas in English = Avoid
Mga halimbawa ng mga pangungusap na gumagamit ng salitang makaiwas:
- Maagang umuwi si Saldy upang makaiwas sa mga paanyaya ng mga pinsan niya na uminom sila.
2. Sa tingin mo ba payag si G. Roxas na gagawin mo iyan upang makaiwas sa mga maling bintang sa iyo?
3. Hindi nakaiwas si Emilio sa mga katanungan ng kanyang mga magulang tungkol sa bakasyon niya sa probinsya.
4. Sinabihan mo ba si Anna na tumahimik na lang upang makaiwas na sa gulo?
5. Hindi pinayagan ni Richard na umalis si Ricardo dahil alam niyang umiiwas lang ito sa ina nila.
Examples of sentences using the term avoid:
1. Perly knows that leaving the house early is the only solution to avoid getting left behind by her flight again.
2. Did Roldan notice that you were just trying to avoid Kenneth?
3. Did you leave early to avoid the questions of Mario about you going home late last night?
4. Jeremy knows that he can never avoid failures and setbacks on his way to achieving his dreams so he tries his best to be resilient about it.
5. If Piolo noticed the signs, he could have avoided all of these.
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