Agreement Terms In Tagalog

This page contains a list of Tagalog terms used in different contexts (economics, geography, law, medicine, and politics) in the Philippines. Some of these terms are familiar or colloquial (if any). If you would like to add other terms that are not in the list, please send us an email. The first step towards creating high-quality translations in the field of civil resistance is keyword translation. First, we developed a list of 91 keywords that had specific meanings in the field of civil resistance, and we worked with translators to translate those terms. We then expanded this list to 159 terms, and ICNC President Hardy Merriman and ICNC Senior Advisor Nicola Barrach created a glossary (to be published in 2019) that defines each of these terms and contains comments on each and sample applications. You can see standardized keyword translations in Filipino/Tagalog below. Back to top page Back to tagalog Homepage Fruit Balimbing GEOGRAPHICAL/TOPOGRAPHICAL, Averrhoa bilimbi (Carambola in Spanish). . .

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