“Ngbfast n?”

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I’ve recently started trying to learn Tagalog, and I am really struggling to translate “Ngbfast n?”.

I think it has something to do with food and/or love, as they’re the only contexts I’ve seen it used in, however I also think it might be slang? Can anyone help me, I’d be very appreciative!

Thank-you
 
  • DotterKat

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    English (American)
    It could be a highly abbreviated (text-speak) form of Nag-breakfast ka na? (Have you had breakfast?).
    You could very well be right that it has nuance of love as greetings or conversation starters that have to do with food are not uncommon in Filipino culture (Kumain ka na? Have you eaten?).
     
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