n. 1. price. Ang bili sa palalítun, The price of commodities; 2. worth. Wà nay bili ang kinabúhì ug mawalà ka, Life is worthless without you. hátag ug — v. not value something Ang ákung tambag dílì hatágan ug bili, He does not value my advice; v. 1. cost. Mibili nag písus ang gantang sa mais, A ganta of corn costs one peso; 1a. cost someone something, result in. Kanang ímung binúang mubili nímug kastígu, Your foolishness will cost you a spanking; 2. quote a price to someone Bilhan ta kag singku, I will offer it to you for five. bililhun a. valuable, precious.
be impressed by someone Bilib ku nímu dà, antígu giyud kang mukanta, I’m impressed by you. You sure know how to sing; v. be impressed. Mibilib ang babáying sapían siya kay dúnay awtu, The woman was impressed, thinking he was rich, because he had a car. Ang biliban nákù ánang buksidúra ang íyang liphuk, What impressed me about that boxer is his left hook. pa- v. put on an act to impress someone Nagpabilib na sad ang hambugíru, The braggart is trying to impress us again.
n. national penitentiary; v. be put in Bilibid Prison. pa- v. be put in Bilibid.
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