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largo
long
to stop to do somehting
dejar de +infinitive
to not to fail to or ot not miss out on doing something
dejar de
detener
to stop or detain as in to slow down or hold up progress and also in the sense of to arrest
grande
large or big
when preceding a noun, turns to gran and is meant to express the idea of great
grande-->gran
impedir
to get in the way or to hinder, prevent, or stop someone from doing something;
often used with the subjunctive following
detenerse
to stop moving or to pause
doler
to ache, to grieve, to distress
to cause someone bodily harm
hacer da'no
lastimar
ofender, doler
to hut someones feelings
to hurt someone's standing or status
hacer da'no
perder
to miss an oppotunity or deadline because of poor timing
to save money
ahorrar
echar de menos, extra'nar
to miss a person
guardar
to deep, to set aside
faltar a
to miss an appointment or event because of not attending
to take as in to transport or to take someone or something from one place to another
llevar
to rescue
salvar
tomar
to take soemthing in one's hands, to take a bus, to take an exam, to take a vacation
to take a trip
hacer un viaje
tardar +amt of time+ en+ infinitive
to take a certain amount of time to do something
to take down
bajar
devolver
to take back or return
sacar
to take out
to take up
subir
quitarle (algo) a alguien
to take something away from soemone
to take off clothing
quitarse
hecho
proven fact, deed, or event
dato
findings, results or data
realizar
to achieve a goal or to an ambition or to accomplish something
el hecho es que
the fact is that
in fact
de hecho
es un hecho que
it's a fact that
to realize as in to be aware or to understand
darse cuenta de
fecha
calendar date
pregunta
question or interrogation
appointment or social arrangement

never refers to a person
cita
cuesti'on
matter, subject, topic of discussion
hacer una pregunta, preguntar
to ask a question
los/las dos
ambos/as
both;
agree in # and gender
tanto...como
both...and...
construction invariable
ya que, como, puesto que, porque
because, since
because

can not be used at the beginning
porque
como
because or since

must be placed at the beginning of a sentence
por
because of
always precedes a noun
asistir a
to attend a function, to be present at a class, meeting, or play
atender
to take into account, to take care of, to wait on
to assist
ayudar
ponerse
indcates change in physical or emotional state

only followed by adjective
emotional, physical change

signals a dramatic, irreversible change
volverse
conscious effort on part of the subject

to become, to get to be
hacerse
llegar a ser
effortless change

to become, to get to be
ponerse
to become in reference to more general situations

ONLY followed by adjectives
tener 'exito
to be successful in a particular field or activity

emphasizes the condition of being successful
to succeed in doing something or to obtain or achieve a goal

emphasizes the action of achieving that goal
lograr
to manage to do something
lograr
suceder
to occur, happen, or to follow in succession