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Burikat in English (Translation)

The Bisaya or Cebuano term "burikat" is translated in English as "whore", "prostitute", "hooker" or "sex worker". It refers to a female whore or prostitute.

Example Sentence
    > Burikat ng bayhana na! (Bisaya/Cebuano Translation)
    > That girl is a whore. (English Translation)

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