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08:44 Nov 9, 2001
English to Tagalog translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i am seek and tired
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4 +1sawang-sawa na ako at pagod
Jake Estrada
4Assuming it is "sick and tired"xxxjerky
4error in the source?
Liv Bliss



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error in the source?

I can't provide a translation into Tagalog BUT I'm posting because I think that you may have meant "sick, not "seek" - unless this is some sort of convoluted pun, in which case I'm sure you would have given some context. I'm just thinking that you may get more accurate responses if the posted phrase is written exactly as it should be in English.

Liv Bliss
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Assuming it is "sick and tired"

This is lovely english phrase that is slang. Tagolog does not have an exact translation fro english slang.

I am sick and tired = (literally, no slang) Ako ay masakit at pagod.

If I were saying that "I am fed up" with something, then I would say:
Nagsawa na ako. (I think this is the best translation for this particular question)

If you would like to say "That's enough," then it would be:
Tama na iyan. (Often said to children who go too far)

Hope this helps

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sawang-sawa na ako at pagod

Hello. I would like to assume that your source phrase reads "I am sick and tired."--meaning "I'm fed up with this and can't take it anymore"...

There is no exact Tagalog equivalent for this English colloquialism, but Tagalog speakers do speak a similar phrase when they feel "sick and tired". Here it is:

"Sawang-sawa na ako at pagod"


sawang-sawa = "extremely fed-up"
na = "already"
ako = "me" or "I"
at = "and"
pagod = "tired"

Thus, the phrase directly says "I'm already extremely fed up and tired..."

And--You might want to add another Tagalog phrase for emphasis: "...hindi ko na kaya ito"

which means: "I can't take this anymore"

Thus, your entire Tagalog sentence reads: "Sawang-sawa na ako at pagod...hindi ko na kaya ito" (I'm sick and tired...I can't take this anymore)

Hope this helps!

    Native Tagalog speaker and resident of Manila since birth
Jake Estrada
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