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02:14 Feb 14, 2003
Tagalog to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tagalog term or phrase:sige na
I just need to know what it means .. someone said it to be today who's filipino and I'm curious
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Explanation: This is the other meaning. The word sige comes from the Spanish imperative sigue meaning "go on, continue." The context would be if someone is offering you something, s/he'll say "Take it, go ahead - Kuhain mo, sige na." Sige na is used to convince you to do something.
Joseph Rosacena Local time: 09:02 Native speaker of: Tagalog, English PRO pts in pair: 8