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148 Cards in this Set

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la boda
wedding
el círculo
circle
la costumbre
custom, habit
la gente mayor
older people
la manera, el modo
way
la noticia
news, news item
el padrino
godfather
la madrina
godmother
el papel
role
el/la pariente
relative
la reunión
reunion
la vida
life
bromear
to kid, to joke
casarse con
to get married
divorciarse
to get a divorce
echar de menos, extrañar
to miss, to be homesick for
malcriar
to spoil
mimar
to pamper
reírse
to laugh
sentirse
to feel
tomar
to take
nostálgico/a
homesick
vanidoso/a
vain, conceited
varios/as
several
a lo mejor, quizá(s), tal vez
perhaps, maybe
a menudo, frecuentemente
often, frequently
además
besides
apenas
barely, hardly
de manerea (modo) que
so
estar de acuerdo
to agree
llevarse bien
to get along
lo mismo
the same thing
lo que
what, that which
mantenerse en contacto
to keep in touch
no va a haber
there's not going to be
ponerse contento
to be (become) happy
por supuesto, claro, naturalmente
of course, naturally
quedarse con
to keep
sobre
about
trabajar medio día
to work part time
un día de estos
one of these days
un par de
a couple of
un poco
a little
un rato
a while
unos/as
about (before a number)
aburrido/a
bored
alegre, contento/a
happy, glad
de buen (mal) humor
in a good (bad) mood
deprimido
depressed
enojado/a, enfadado/a
angry
entusiasmado/a
enthusiastic, excited
frustrado/a
frustrated
nervioso/a
nervous
preocupado/a
worried
tranquilo/a
calm, tranquil
triste
sad
amable
kind, polite
amistoso/a
friendly
comprensivo/a
understanding
egoísta
selfish
generoso/a
generous
haragán(-ana), perezoso/a
lazy
mandón/ona
bossy
materialista
materialistic
optimista
optimist
pesimista
pessimistic
realista
realistic
tacaño/a
cheap, stingyeng
trabajador/a
hard-working
abrazar, dar un abrazo
to hug, to give a hug
amar, querer (ie)
to love
besar, dar un beso
to kiss, to give a kiss
caerle bien a uno
to like
caerle mal a uno
to dislike
el cariño, el amor
love
comprometido/a
engaged
cuidar
to take care of
dar consejos
to give advice
meterse
to meddle
obedecer (zc)
to obey
el/la prometido/a
fiancé(e)
respetar
to respect
mantener
to maintain, to support (financially)
detener
to stop, to detain
entretener
to stop, to detain
convenir
to be convenient, to suit
intervenir
to intervene
rehacer
to remake, redo
proponer
to propose
aparecer
to appear
desaparecer
to disappear
imponer
to impose
negar (ie)
to deny
encender (ie)
to light
mentir (ie)
to lie
avertir (ie)
to warn
probar (ue)
to taste
mostrar (ue)
to show
soñar (ue)
to dream
morder (ue)
to bite
resolver (ue)
to resolve
impedir (i)
to prevent
conseguir (i)
to get, to obtain
despedir (i)
to fire
huir
to flee
acostar
to put to bed
acostarse
to go to bed
dormir
to sleep
levantar
to raise, lift
levantarse
to get up
llamar
to call
llamarse
to be named
llevar
to take (carry)
llevarse
to carry off
probar (ue)
to taste, to try
probarse (ue)
to try on
poner
to put, to place
ponerse
to put on
quitar
to take way
quitarse
to take off
ir
to go
irse
to go away
parecer
to seem, to appear
parecerse
to look like
sentar
to seat
sentarse
to sit down
acordarse (ue) de
to remember
arrepentirse
to regret, to repent
arrodillarse
to kneel down
atreverse
to dare
burlarse (de)
to make fun of
quejarse (de)
to complain
suicidarse
to commit suicide
desmayarse
to faint
despertarse (ie)
to wake up
desvestirse (i)
to get undressed
dormirse (ue)
to fall asleep
enfermarse
to get/become sick
enojarse
to get/become angry
hacerse
to become (voluntarily -literally, "to make oneself")
mirarse
to look at oneself
ponerse
to become (involuntarily, often emotionally)
ponerse (la ropa)
to put on (clothing)
preocuparse (de/por/con)
to worry
porbarse (ue) la ropa
to try on clothing
quedarse
to stay, remain
sentirse (ie)
to feel (emotionally, physically)
verse
to see onself