What is Madaldal?

What is Madaldal?

talkative adj. having the habit of talking a great deal, fond of talking: masalita, matabil, madaldal.

What is the English of Iyakin?

cry baby

What is the meaning of Maarte?

The Tagalog word maarte originally meant artful or artsy. But it is now used to describe someone, especially a young woman, who can be nitpicky and by extension pretentious. It has a negative connotation, but not a very strong one.

What is Bungangera?

bungangera. a gossip; talkative; Probably related with: Tagalog.

What is Nagger in Tagalog?

Translation for word Nagger in Tagalog is : taong naninising lagi.

What is the antonym of loquacious?

Antonyms of LOQUACIOUS mum, indrawn, unsociable, introverted, restrained, self-contained, silent, laconic, speechless, inhibited, shy, quiet, subdued, evasive, withdrawn, aloof, uncommunicative, tight-lipped, Nonvocal, mute, tongue-tied, wordless, closemouthed, retiring, reserved, untalkative, secretive.

What is another word for unscrupulous?

What is another word for unscrupulous?

dishonest unprincipled
cunning shifty
crafty fraudulent
guileful sly
base untrustworthy

What is another word for refute?

What is another word for refute?

deny reject
debate dispute
evert expose
oppose overthrow
parry quash

What kind of word is benign?

adjective. having a kindly disposition; gracious: a benign king. showing or expressive of gentleness or kindness: a benign smile.

How do all cancers begin?

When cells grow old or become damaged, they die, and new cells take their place. Sometimes this orderly process breaks down, and abnormal or damaged cells grow and multiply when they shouldn’t. These cells may form tumors, which are lumps of tissue. Tumors can be cancerous or not cancerous (benign).

What causes cells to become cancerous?

Cancer is unchecked cell growth. Mutations in genes can cause cancer by accelerating cell division rates or inhibiting normal controls on the system, such as cell cycle arrest or programmed cell death. As a mass of cancerous cells grows, it can develop into a tumor.

How do cancers spread?

When cancer spreads, it’s called metastasis. In metastasis, cancer cells break away from where they first formed, travel through the blood or lymph system, and form new tumors in other parts of the body. Cancer can spread to almost anywhere in the body. But it commonly moves into your bones, liver, or lungs.