pinto

English translation: door

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Tagalog term or phrase: pinto
English translation:door
Entered by: Dia Alibo

13:55 Dec 19, 2003
Tagalog to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Tagalog term or phrase: pinto
ng mabuti ang ....pinto. Maraming beses na lagi bukas ang pinto
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door
Explanation:
pinto means door.

the whole phrase would be translated to English as:

...quite well... the door. There were a lot of times when the door was always open.
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Dia Alibo
Philippines
Local time: 09:07
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door


Explanation:
pinto means door.

the whole phrase would be translated to English as:

...quite well... the door. There were a lot of times when the door was always open.

Dia Alibo
Philippines
Local time: 09:07
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Grading comment
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