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hiwalay
hiwal´ay ­ humiwalay (-um-) v. to separate from. Humiwalay ka sa kanya. Leave him (go your own way). maghiwalay, ihiwalay (mag-:i-) v. to sort out, to set apart. Maghiwalay ka ng pagkain para sa tatay. Set aside some food for your father.



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separate
separate v. 1 to be between, keep apart, divide: maghiwalay, paghiwalayin, ihiwalay, magbukod, pagbukurin, ibukod, maghati, hatiin 2 to disconnect: magtanggal, tang- galin 3 to separate two who are quarreling: umawat, awatin 4 to go apart: maghiwa-hiwalay, humiwalay, hiwalayan, maghiwalay, magwatak- watak 5 to put apart: maghiwalay, ihiwalay, maglayo, ilayo, mag- bukod, ibukod, paghiwa-hiwalayin, pagbukud-bukurin, paglayu-layuin 6 to take away: mag-alis, alisin, maglayo, ilayo · adj. 1 individual, not joined: bukod 2 apart from others: hiwalay, nakahiwalay



scatter
scatter v. 1 to throw here and there, sprinkle: magsabog, isabog, sabugan, pasabugin 2 to throw loosely about: magkalat, ikalat, kalatan 3 to separate and drive off in different directions: bumulabog, bulabugin, papaghiwa-hiwalayin 4 to separate and go in different directions: maghiwa-hiwalay, mabulabog



stray
stray n. a wanderer, lost animal: kawalang (ligaw na) hayop · v. 1 to wander, to roam: gumala, magpagala-gala, lumaboy, mag- palabuy-laboy 2 to lose ones way: maligaw, mawala 3 to get out of the way: lumihis, malihis · adj. 1 wandering, lost: pagala- gala, palaboy, nawawala, ligaw 2 scattered here and there: kalat, kalat-kalat, nagkalat, nakakalat, layu-layo, hiwa- hiwalay



loose
loose adj. 1 not fastened: kalag, tanggal 2 not tight: maluwag 3 not firmly set or fastened: umuuga, umaalog 4 not bound together: hiwa-hiwalay, hindi kabit-kabit 5 free, not shut in: nakakawala, alpas, kawala 6 not pressed together: buhaghag 7 careless about morals or conduct: halaghag, pabaya 8 loose and hanging as a womans hair: lugay, nakalugay · v. 1 to set free, let go: mag-alpas, paalpasin, magpakawala, pakawalan 2 to untie, unbind: magkalas, kalasin, magkalag, kalagin, kalagan



part
part n. 1 something less than the whole, a fraction: bahagi 2 a thing that helps to make up a whole: parte, bahagi 3 a portion of: kabahagi, kaparte 4 share (having something to do with the act of others): kinalaman, kaugnayan 5 region, district, place: dako, lugar 6 side in a dispute or contest: panig 7 character in a play, the words spo- ken by a character: papel, bahagi 8 a dividing line left in combing ones hair: hati, hawi, biyak · v. 1 to force apart, divide: papaghiwalayin, papaghiwa-hiwalayin 2 to divide into two or more pieces: maghati, hatiin, maghati-hati, paghatihatiin 3 to go apart, separate: humiwalay, maghiwalay, maghiwa-hiwalay, maglayo, lumayo, bumukod 4 di- vide the hair in the middle, or at the side: maghawi, hawiin, maghati, hatiin, magbiyak, biyakin 5 part and parcel means (a) a necessary part or condition: mahalagang bahagi (kondisyon) (b) a duty: tungkulin, bahagi ng tungkulin 6 to take ones part in a dispute or contest, to take sides with one: pumanig, panigan, kumampi, kampihan 7 to part from, to go away from, leave: umalis, lumisan, lisanin 8 to part with, to give away, sell, let go, etc.: ipagbili, ipamigay, ipanregalo 9 to take part, to take or have a share: sumali, makisali, lumahok, makilahok, humalo, makihalo · adv. 1 partly, in some small measure or degree: medyo, sa isang parte (bahagi), bahagya 2 for ones part, as far as one is concerned: para sa akin (kanya, kanila, atb.), sa ganang akin (kanya, kanila, atb.)



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