'īlisna replacement or substitute for someone or somethingWaya' 'īlis sa 'ākun sa patahī'an; hay 'ikaw na lang 'ang 'īlis sa 'ākun.There is no [other] substitute for me in the dress shop; you alone are the substitute for me.vSomeone changes or replaces something with something else.'ika'īlisvSomething is changed or replaced by someone with something else.May 'ika'īlis kita sa nasīra' nga pāwud na bubung nang bayay.There is something that will be able to be used by us to replace the destroyed nipa thatch shingle roofing of the house.'ilīsanPagkatāpus mu ning tīna' nang 'isa nga kulur 'īmu naman hugāsan ma'āyu 'ang kaldīru nga 'īmu ginagāmit kag 'ilīsan naman limpyu nga tūbi'.Upon your completion of dyeing with one color then wash the metal pot very well which you are using and [the water] should be replaced with clean water.gin'ilīsan, 'inilīsan'Inilīsan lang kunu si 'Ulība ning lāwas nang sāging.Some just said that Oliva was replaced with a banana trunk.gina'ilīsanGina'ilīsan 'ang manga ginasūlat ni Plurintīna; lābut na 'ang manga hambay sa sūlat.The things being written down by Florentina were being changed; the things said in the letters were already different.ma'īlisKung kamu magpangisda', waya' na kamu pagprublīma kay puydi kamu maka'abri nang grīpu kung kamu magpamanlaw, 'agud pag'abut nindu hay ma'īlis na lang kamu.When you go fishing you no longer experience a problem because you will be able to turn on the faucet when you rinse off so that upon your reaching home you will just change [your dresses].mag'īlisvSomething is used to replace something else by someone.Kung mag'īlis na ning bāru' 'ang nubya, 'ang nubyu 'ina' 'ang ma'īlis sa 'iya ning bāru'.When the bride changes her dress, the groom will be the one to change her clothes.nag'īlis, 'umīlisNang makatāpus palīgus 'ang tatlu nga maghāli nag'īlis na sinda.When the three siblings finished bathing, they then changed [clothes].'Umīlis 'aku kag pumabanwa pāra mag'atindir ning mīting sa 'upisīna.I changed [my clothes] and went to town to attend a meeting at the office.naka'īlisPagka'āga nag'īlis na si Līlay ning bāru' nga pangkasay, 'imaw da si 'Ilisir, naka'īlis na da.When it was morning, Lilay changed into a wedding dress; also Elizer, he had already been able to change.pa'īlisvSomeone is allowed by someone else to change or replace one thing for another.pag'īlisgersomeone's changing of or replacing one thing for anotherKung mag'īlis na ning bāru' 'ang nubya 'ang nubyu 'ina' 'ang ma'īlis sa 'iya ning bāru', maghalin sa pagbu'uy nang hirpin sa buhuk nga ginaklip sa 'asahar, 'ang pag'īlis nang 'iya bāru', midyas kag sapātus.When the bride changes her dress, the groom will be the one to change her clothes, from getting the hairpin from the hair which is clipped to the headpiece, the changing of her gown, stockings and shoes.pina'īlisPina'īlis si Plurintīna nang mag'asawa; 'ang tina'u' niya nga nu'ug hay 'ang bāru' nga sinursihan.Florentina was allowed by the married couple to change [her clothes]; as for the clothes which were given to her, the dress was being mended.

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