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ipit
´ipit ­ ip´itin (-in) v. to crush. Huwag mong ipitin ang kamay mo. Don't crush your hand (e.g. on the car door). maipit (ma) v. to get caught in between, to be clipped. Naipit siya sa pinto. She got pinched in the door [She (her hand, foot, etc.) got caught in the door]. mag-ipit (mag-) v. to clip, pin (hair). Mag-ipit ka ng buhok. Pin your hair in place. mang-ipit, ip´itin (mang-:-in, i-) v. to clip, to clasp, to press, to catch in between



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ipit
´ipit ­ ip´itin (-in) v. to crush. Huwag mong ipitin ang kamay mo. Don't crush your hand (e.g. on the car door). maipit (ma) v. to get caught in between, to be clipped. Naipit siya sa pinto. She got pinched in the door [She (her hand, foot, etc.) got caught in the door]. mag-ipit (mag-) v. to clip, pin (hair). Mag-ipit ka ng buhok. Pin your hair in place. mang-ipit, ip´itin (mang-:-in, i-) v. to clip, to clasp, to press, to catch in between



pin
pin n. 1 a short, slender piece of wire with a point at one end and a head at the other for fastening things together: aspili, ispili 2 a decorative pin: alpiler 3 a badge witha pin or clasp to fasten it to the clothing: tsapa 4 anything that fastens: ipit 5 hair pin: panuksok, ipit sa buhok 6 a safety pin: imperdible, perdible 7 a peg made of wood or metal: talasok 8 a bowling pin: bulilyo · v. 1 to fasten with a pin, to put a pin through: mag-aspili, aspilihan, iaspili 2 to hold fast in one position: umipit, mag-ipit, ipitin, dumagan, magdagan, daganan 3 on pins and needles (very anxious and uneasy): hindi mapalagay, balisa



panipit
pan´ipit n. tongs



sipit
ipit n. tongs, pincers, chopsticks



pilipit
pil´ipit ­ pumilipit (-um-) v. to twist magpilipit, pilip´itin, ip- ilipit (mag-:-in:i-) v. to coil, to twist (something). Pinipilipit ng mangingisda ang lubid. The fisherman is coiling the rope.



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