How do you say ‘pasimple,’ ‘pa-humble,’ ‘paasa,’ ‘pa-somebody,’ etc. in full English?

Say them using ‘play’

Merriam-Webster’s usage of ‘play’: To behave or conduct oneself in a specified way

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palibre-sisi/palibre-gulo/painosente/paiwas-problema

Mahilig kang magpalibre-sisi.

Or

Mahilig ka sa painosente.

Or

Mahilig ka sa paiwas-problema/paiwas-alalahanin.

 

You have the penchant for playing safe.

pa-humble

Nahahalata ko na pa-humble ka.

 

I notice that you are playing humble.

pasimple

Pasimple ka lang, ha! Bilib ako sa iyo.

 

Hey, you play simple! I admire you.

paasa

Marami sa mga kaklase natin ang nagsasabi na paasa kang tao.

 

Many of our classmates say that you are a person who plays dependable.

Or

Many of our classmates say that you are a person who plays reliable.

Or

Many of our classmates say that you are a person who plays someone to count on.

Or

Many of our classmates say that you are a person who plays someone to look forward to.

pa-somebody

Huwag kang pa-somebody dito!

 

Don’t play a “somebody” here!