Pinoy Dictionary

Aspect – what you use to break a block of ice

A trust – to go backwards

Boutiquey – a small lizard that crawls in your ceiling

Check in – fowls raised in farms

Deposit – where you turn a knob and water comes out

Devastation – where buses loads and unloads their passengers

Followed – what you tell the store when your cellphone ran out of calling minutes

Hatching – the sound of a sneeze

Korean tea – what Meralco serves its customers; when it is gone, we have brownout

Survey test – a refreshing cold dessert, mostly served in cones

Sick rate – something you keep and don’t want everybody to know

Tenacious – kind of shoes you use for playing

The value – what comes before X

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