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wala na si ola at ero.

English translation: ola and ero are gone.

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Tagalog term or phrase:wala na si ola at ero.
English translation:ola and ero are gone.
Entered by: Lily Waters
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03:22 Jul 2, 2008
Tagalog to English translations [Non-PRO]
Telecom(munications)
Tagalog term or phrase: wala na si ola at ero.
I am wondering what this says. I caught my students passing a note and would like to make sure it's appropriate. I believe it is in Tagalog and need it translated into English. Thank You!
Rachel
ola and ero are gone.
Explanation:
hope this helps
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5 +2ola and ero are gone.Lily Waters


  

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ola and ero are gone.


Explanation:
hope this helps

Lily Waters
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in TagalogTagalog
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agree  Ria Holmgeirsson:
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  -> Salamat Ria

agree  Judy Almodovar
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