The word "magulo" is in Tagalog (the national language of the Philippines) form. It is an adjective. It's equivalent words in English language would be topsy-turvy, higgledy-piggledy, chaotic, up side down, helter-skelter, disordered, chaotic, unruly, or mixed up.
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"Lata" is a can in English.
Como in English is 'how'
The cast of Nang magulo ang Maynila - 1937 includes: Rosa Del Rosario
Tagalog translation of COMPLICATED: kumplikado; magulo
ibig sabihin nang chaos ay magulo, trahedya..
is magulo, maingay, pasaway ,pero cute naman hehehe...kasama na ko jhoerish cute..aheeee...
* lokasyon o lugar kung saan madalang lamang ang tao at d magulo
The word "complicated" when translated in Tagalog or Filipino (national language of the Philippines) would simply mean "magulo", "mahirap", "masalimuot". Additional Info: "Masalimuot" is the closest term.
sigwa - literally, it means "storm"or bagyo...but if you're going to use it in creative writing, you may mean it as rage of perils, or somewhat mga kaganapang magulo at pagsubok... -im not sure of it
means not in the right senses. hindi naman sa wala sa katinuan pero parang mejo magulo ang pagiisip pwedeng dahil sa stress, sa dami ng ginagawa, etc.
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