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What are you doing in Bisaya translation

You may ask, "What is the bisaya translation of what are you doing?"

What are you doing bisaya translation


The bisaya translation of "what are you doing" is "Unsay gibuhat nimo?"

"Unsay gibuhat nimo" is pronounced as "Ohn-sai gi-buh-haht nih-muh?"

Other bisaya translation of "what are you doing" are:
  • Unsay imong gibuhat?
  • Unsay gibuhat nimo?
  • Gaunsa ka?
  • Gaunsa diay ka?
  • Nag-unsa ka?
"Unsa" is a bisaya translation of "what".
"Imong" means "you".
"Gibuhat" means "doing".
"Gaunsa ka" or "Nag-unsa ka" is the shortest bisaya translation of "what are you doing".
"Ka" means "you".

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"What are you doing in Bisaya translation" was written by Mary under the Bisaya-Cebuano category. It has been read 3407 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 02 February 2021.
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