Meaning of gastu



v. 1. spend money. Nakagastu silag dakù sa dispidída, They spent a large amount of money for the farewell party. Makakuput gánì ug kwarta gastúhun dáyun, Whenever she lays her hands on money, she spends it right away; 1a. give a banquet on a lavish scale. Gastúhan ku giyud ang ákung kumplianyu, I’ll hold a big dinner for my birthday; 2. spend for some undertaking. Ang kumpaníya mauy naggastu sa íyang pagtuun, The company is paying for his studies; 3. use time, effort for some undertaking. Gastúha ang ímung kusug sa maáyung katuyúan, Use your strength for good purposes; n. 1. expenditures; 2. sumptuous feast as entertainment. a requiring great expense. Gastu na kaáyu kun grandi ang kasal, It means a great expense if the wedding is on a grand scale. pára — 1. something put out for public use for free. Pára gastu ning puspuru, These matches are for public use; 1a. player on a team used for minor duties which are not significant enough to warrant the expenditure of a major team member; 2. for one’s personal use. Kining kutsi pára gastu. Dílì paabángan, This car is for personal use, not for rent. galastúhan, galastuhan, kagastúhan n. expenses to be incurred. di- see digastu. -s see gastu, n, a. -su a. expensive, requiring lots of money. Gastúsu kaáyu ang pagtinir ug kutsi, It’s very expensive to have a car; v. entail lots of expense.