English to Filipino Meaning :: adjudge

English to Filipino Meaning
mapagkaisahan, pagpasyahan, premyo, maghanap, hukom, magpasiya, lutasin, tumira, ayusin, tama, humirang, umayos
mapagkaisahan, bumaba sa, rumapido, magsalita nang masakit, ipagbawal gamitin, hilahin mo

Adjudge    :mapagkaisahan


Adjudge - mapagkaisahan

Adjudged :: ipinasiyang

Adjudges :: adjudges

Adjudging :: adjudging


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1. adjudge :: mapagkaisahan


1. judge :: hukom

2. deem :: ipalagay

3. find :: maghanap

4. pronounce :: bigkasin

5. proclaim :: ipahayag

6. rule :: patakaran

7. hold :: humawak

8. determine :: ipasiya

9. consider :: isaalang-alang

10. think :: mag-isip

11. rate :: rate

12. reckon :: magtuos

13. perceive :: maramdaman

14. believe :: maniwala

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adjudge, adjudged, adjudges, adjudging

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