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165 Cards in this Set

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pensar
to think
querer
to want
mostrar
to show
volver
to return; to come or go back
acertar
to hit the mark; to guess right
apretar
to tighten; to squeeze
atravesar
to cross
cerrar
to close
comenzar
to begin; to commence
confesar
to confess
despertar(se)
to awaken; (to wake up)
empezar
to begin
encerrar
to lock in; to contain
gobernar
to govern
helar
to freeze
nevar
to snow
quebrar
to break
remendar
to patch; to mend
sentar(se)
to seat; (to sit down)
ascender
to ascend; to promote
defender
to defend
descender
to descend
encender
to light; to ignite
entender
to understand
perder
to lose
acordarse (de)
to remember
acostar(se)
to put to bed; (to go to bed)
almorzar
to eat lunch
contar
to count; to tell
costar
to cost
encontrar
to find; to meet
jugar
to play (games, sports)
recordar
to remember
renovar
to remodel; to renew
tronar
to thunder
volar
to fly
conmover
to move (emotionally)
devolver
to return; to give back
doler
to pain; to ache
llover
to rain
mover
to move
oler
to smell
poder
to be able
resolver
to solve; to resolver
soler
to be in the habit of; to be accustomed to
consentir
to consent
dormir
to sleep
pedir
to ask for; to request
advertir
to notify; to warn
convertir
to convert
divertirse
to enjoy oneself; to have a good time
hervir
to boil
mentir
to lie
preferir
to prefer
referir
to recount; to refer
sentir
to regret; to feel sorry
sentirse
to feel (well, ill)
dormirse
to fall asleep
morir(se)
to die
despedirse (de)
to take leave (of); to say goodbye (to)
gemir
to groan; to moan
impedir
to prevent
medir
to measure
reir(se) [accent on i]
to laugh
renir [tilda on n]
to quarrel; to scold
repetir
to repeat
servir
to serve
sonreir(se) [accent on i]
to smile
vestir(se)
to dress (oneself)
adquirir
to aquire
huir
to flee
concluir
to conclude; to end
construir
to construct
contribuir
to contribute
destruir
to destroy
distribuir
to distribute
incluir
to inclue
influir
to influence; to have influence
sustituir
to substitute
enviar
to send
confiar
to rely (on); to confide (in)
espiar
to spy
fiarse (de)
to trust
guiar
to guide
resfriarse
to catch cold
variar
to vary
continuar
to continue
actuar
to act
graduarse
to graduate
vencer
to conquer; to overcome
dirigir
to direct
afligir
to afflict; to grieve
coger
to seize; to grasp; to catch
escoger
to choose; to select
exigir
to demand; to require
fingir
to pretend
proteger
to protect
recoger
to gather; to pick up
distinguir
to distinguish
extinguir
to extinguish
cocer
to cook
torcer
to twist; to turn
corregir
to correct
elegir
to elect; to choose
seguir
to follow; to continue
conseguir
to get; to obtain; to succeed in
perseguir
to pursue; to persecute
proseguir
to continue; to proceed
atacar
to attack
acercarse
to approach
aplicar
to apply
arrancar
to root out; to pull out
buscar
to look for; to seek
colocar
to place; to put
comunicar
to communicate
dedicar
to dedicate; to devote
educar
to educate
embarcarse
to embark
equivocarse
to be mistaken
explicar
to explain
fabricar
to make; to manufacture
indicar
to indicate
marcar
to designate; to mark
masticar
to chew
pescar
to fish
publicar
to publish
replicar
to reply; to contradict (argue)
sacar
to take out
sacrificar
to sacrifice
significar
to mean
suplicar
to beg; to implore
tocar
to touch; to play (music)
pagar
to pay (for)
agregar
to add
ahogarse
to drown
apagar
to put out; to extinguish
cargar
to load
castigar
to punish
colgar
to hang
encargar
to put in charge; to entrust; to order (goods)
entregar
to deliver; to hand over
jugar
to play (games, sports)
llegar
to arrive
madrugar
to rise early
negar
to deny
obligar
to obligate; to compel
pegar
to stick; to beat
rogar
to ask; to beg
cruzar
to cross
abrazar
to embrace; to hug
alcanzar
to reach; to overcome
almorzar
to eat lunch
amenazar
to threaten
avanzar
to advance
comenzar
to begin; to commence
deslizarse
to slip; to glide
empezar
to begin
gozar
to enjoy
lanzar
to throw
realizar
to fulfill
rezar
to pray
tropezar
to stumble
convertir
to convert
servir
to serve
dormir
to sleep