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The more you wait, the less expensive it will be.

Tagalog translation: mas

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English term or phrase:the more
Tagalog translation:mas
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04:47 Jul 2, 2001
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English term or phrase: The more you wait, the less expensive it will be.
The more you wait, the less expensive it will be.
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Kung mas matagal ka maghihintay, magiging mas mura siya
Explanation:
kung - if
mas - more
matagal - long
ka - you
maghihintay - wait
magiging - become
mura - cheap
siya - it
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Marcus Malabad
Canada
Local time: 23:40
Grading comment
mas mura = the cheaper
is different from
the less expensive (it is still expensive)
Yet the translation is very good.

"mas" is borrowed from Spanish
what would the sentence have been in Old Tagalog?
Thanks a lot.

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naKung mas matagal ka maghihintay, magiging mas mura siyaMarcus Malabad


  

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Kung mas matagal ka maghihintay, magiging mas mura siya


Explanation:
kung - if
mas - more
matagal - long
ka - you
maghihintay - wait
magiging - become
mura - cheap
siya - it

Marcus Malabad
Canada
Local time: 23:40
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in TagalogTagalog
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
mas mura = the cheaper
is different from
the less expensive (it is still expensive)
Yet the translation is very good.

"mas" is borrowed from Spanish
what would the sentence have been in Old Tagalog?
Thanks a lot.
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