Meaning of inat

inat

Cebuano

stretch



ínat

Cebuano

v. 1. stretch, cause to extend farther in length or time. Akuy miínat sa dawunggan sa bátang badlúngun, I pulled the naughty child’s ears. Muínat (maínat) ang tisyirt, The T-shirt will stretch. Inátun (iínat) paggastu ang kwarta, Stretch the money to make it go a long way; 1a. stretch a grade so that the student can pass. Inátun na lang ni nátung grádu, kay gradwíting ka man, We’ll stretch your grade because you’re graduating; 2. for the voice or brows to be raised. Muínat (maínat) na gánì nang íyang kílay napikal na nà, When he raises his brows, that means he is irked; n. 1. amount something stretched; 2. stretching.