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abrazar
to hug; to embrace
abrir
to open
aceptar
to accept
acompanar
to accompany
aconsejar
to advise
actuar
to act
advertir
to notify; to warn
afligir
to afflict
agasajar
to receive warmly
agradecer
to thank
agregar
to add
ahorrar
to save
alcanzar
to reach; to overtake
alquilar
to rent
amenazar
to threaten
andar
to walk; to hang out with
anadir
to add
apagar
to turn off; to extinguish
(des)aparecer
to (dis)appear
aplicar
to put into effect
aprender
to learn
apretar
to be tight; to squeeze
arrancar
to pull/root out; to start a car
arreglar
to arrange; to fix up
asar
to roast
ascender
to go up; to promote
asistir
to attend
asegurar
to assure
atar
to tie
aterrizar
to attend
atrapar
to catch
atravesar
to cross
atribuir
to attribute
aumentar
to increase
averiguar
to find out
ayudar
to help
bailar
to dance
bajar
to go down; to lower; to turn down
barrer (el suelo)
to sweep (the floor)
beber
to drink
besar
to kiss
borrar
to erase
buscar
to look for
caer
to fall
caber
to fit
cambiar
to change
caminar
to walk
cantar
to sing
cargar
to load
castigar
to punish
celebrar
to celebrate
cenar
to eat dinner
cerrar
to close
cobrar (el cheque)
to cash (the check)
cocer
to cook
cocinar
to cook
coger
to catch; to grab
colgar
to hang
colocar
to put, place
comenzar
to begin to do something
comer
to eat
comprar
to buy
comprender
to understand
concluir
to conclude
conducir
to drive
confesar
to confess
confiar
to rely on
conmover
to move (emotionally)
contar
to count, to tell
contestar
to answer
contribuir
to contribute
continual
to continue
contraer matrimonio
to get married
concoer
to know
constar (de)
to consist (of)
construir
to build
controlar
to control
convencer
to convince
convertir
to convert
corregir
to correct
correr
to run
correr con los gastos
to foot the bill
cortar
to cut
cortar el cesped
to mow the lawn
costar
to cost
costear
to pay for
crecer
to grow
cruzar
to cross
cubrir
to cover
cumplir
to do; to accomplish
cultivar
to grow
dar
to give
deber
to ought to do
decir
to tell
defender
to defend
dejar
to let; to leave (alone)
demonstrar
to show
denunciar
to report
desarollar
to develop
desbaratar
to destroy
describir
to describe
desear
to wish; to want
desenchufar
to unplug
desenvolver
to unroll
despedir
to fire
despejar
to clear up
destruir
to destroy
devolver
to return something; to give back
dibujar
to draw
dictar
to dictate
dictar un seminario
to give a seminar
dirigir
to direct
discutir
to argue; to discuss
disfrutar
to enjoy
distinguir
to distinguish
distribuir
to distribute
doblar
to change direction
doler
to hurt; to ache
dormir
to sleep
durar
to last
echar
to throw
eligir
to choose; to elect
empezar
to begin
empujar
to push
encargar
to entrust; to put in charge
encender
to light
encerar el piso
to wax the floor
encerrar
to lock in; to contain
encoger
to shrink
encontrar
to find
entender
to understand
entrar
to enter
entregar
to hand in/over
envolver
to wrap up
equivaler a
to be equal to; to amount to
escampar
to clear up
escoger
to choose
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen (to)
esperar
to wait; to hope; to expect
espiar
to spy
esquiar
to ski
establecer
to establish
estacionar
to park
estar
to be
estudiar
to study
exigir
to demand
explicar
to explain
explotar
to exploit
extranar
to miss
fabricar
to make; to manufacture
faltar
to be absent/lacking
felicitar
to congratulate
fingir
to pretend
firmar
to sign
fregar las cacerolas
to scour the pans
freir
to fry
ganar
to win; to earn
gastar
to spend; to waste
gemir
to groan/moan
girar
to rotate
girar en torno a
to revolve around
governar
to govern
gozar (de)
to enjoy
grabar
to record
granizar
to hail (3rd person singular)
gritar
to shout
guardar
to keep; to put away
guiar
to guide
haber
to have
hablar
to speak
hacer
to do; to make
hacer la cama
to make the bed
hacer la compra
to do the shopping
hacer las maletas
to pack
hacer el papel de
to play the role of
hacer la reservacion
to book
hacer un viaje
to take a trip
helar
to freeze (3rd person singular)
hervir
to boil
huir
to flee
impedir
to prevent
impregnar
to fill; to pervade
incluir
to include
indicar
to indicate
influir
to influence
intentar
to try; to attempt
interrumpir
to interrupt
intuir
to have a sense of; to feel
invitar
to invite
ir
to go
jugar
to play
lanzar
to throw
lavar
to wash
lavar la ropa
to do the laundry
lavar los platos
to wash the dishes
leer
to read
limpiar
to clean
limpiar la alfombra
to clean the carpet
llegar
to arrive
llamar
to call
llenar
to fill
llevar
to carry; to wear
llorar
to cry
llover
to rain (3rd person singular)
lucir
to shine; to show off
madrugar
to get up early
mandar
to send; to order
manejar
to drive
marcar
to dial; to mark
mascar
to chew
masticar
to chew
matar
to kill
mentir
to liet
mercer
to deserve
merendar
to picnic
meter
to put in; to score (a goal)
mirar
to look at
morir
to die
mostrar
to show
nadar
to swim
necesitar
to need
negar
to deny
nevar
to snow (3rd person singular)
obedecer
to obey
obligar
to force
ocurrir
to happen
ofrecer
to offer
oir
to hear
oler
to smell
ordernar
to clean up
ordenar
to milk (cows)
pagar
to pay
parar
to stop
parecer
to seem
pasar
to spend (time); to pass
pasar la aspiradora
to vacuum
patinar
to skate
patrocinar
to sponsor
pedir
to ask for; to request
patrocinar
to sponsor
pedir
to ask for; to request
pegar
to stick; to beat
pensar
to think
permancer
to reamin
pescar
to fish
perder
to lose
perseguir
to pursue
pertenecer
to belong
picar
to chop
pintar
to paint
poder
to be able; can
poner
to put
poner en orden
to straighten up
poseer
to possess
practicar
to practice
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to ask (a question)
prender
to turn on
preparar
to prepare
presentar
to present, to introduce
probar
to taste; to try
producir
to produce
proteger
to protect
provocar
to cause
quebrar
to break
quemar
to burn
querer
to want
quitar
to take away
realizar
to fulfill
reclamar
to demand
recoger
to gather; to pick up
recomendar
to recommend
recordar
to remember
reducir
to reduce
regalar
to treat well
registrar
to not; to notice
regresar
to come back; to return
renir
to quarrel; scold
reparar
to repair
repasar
to review
repetir
to repeat; to have a second helping
resolver
to solve
respirar
to breathe
restringir
to restrict; to limit
rezar
to pray
rodar
to roll (the film)
rogar
to beg; to ask
romper
to break
saber
to know
sacar
to take out
sacar la basura
to take out the garbage
sacudir el polvo
to dust
salir
to go out
saludar
to greet
seguir
to follow; to continue
seguir la pista
to follow the lead
senalar
to point to
sentir
to regret
ser
to be
servir
to serve
soler
to be used to/accustomed to
subir
to go up; to climb
sufrir
to suffer
sustituir
to substitute
tener
to have
tardar
to be late
terminar
to finish; to end
tirar
to throw
tocar
to play (an instrument); to touch
tocar el timbre
to ring the bell
tomar
to take; to drink
torcer (el tobillo)
to twist (your ankle)
toser
to cough
trabajar
to work
traducir
to translate
traer
to bring
tragar
to swallow
tener
to have
tener lugar
to take place
tronar
to thunder (3rd person singular)
tropezar
to trip; to stumble
trotar
to jog
usar
to use
valer
to be worth
variar
to vary
vender
to sel
venir
to come
ver
to see
viajar
to travel
visitar
to visit
vivir
to live
volar
to fly
volver
to return
(des)abrocharse
to (un)tie one's shoes
aburrirse
to get/be bored
acercarse
to approach
acordarse de
to remember
acostarse
to go to bed
afeitarse
to shave
agobiarse
to get tired
ahogarse
to drown
alegrarse
to be glad/happy
alejarse
to move away from
(des)amarrarse los cordones
to (un)tie one's shoes
animarse
to cheer up; to take heart
apoderarse
to take possession of
apresurarse
to take possession of
apresurarse de
to hurry
aprovecharse
to take advantage of
apuntarse a/para
to register, to sign up for
arreglarse
to get ready to go out
arrepentirse de
to regret, repent
asfixiarse
to suffocate
asustarse
to get scared
des(atarse) los cordones
to (un)tie one's shoes
atreverse a
to dare to do
ausentarse
to be out/away
banarse
to take a bath
burlarse
to make fun of/laugh at