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trabajar
to work, meaning physical or mental labor
funcionar
to working, meaning to run or function
bajo
shortness of height...generally used with ser
corto
shortness of length...generally used with ser
breve
short, meaning concise or brief...generally used with ser
mirar
to look, meaning to look at or to watch
buscar
to look for
parecer
to look, meaning to look like, to seem, to appear
pensar
to think, refering to mental processes...also to have an opinion about something...followed by infinitive means to intend or to plan to do something
pensar en
to have general thoughts about someone or something
pensar de
indicates an opinion or point of view...frequently answered with pensar que
consistir en
to consist of
depender de
to depend on
enamorarse de
to fall in love with someone
casarse con
to marry
soñar con
to dream about
hora
specific time of day
vez
time as an instance or occurance
tiempo
time in a general or abstract sense
el cuento
story, narrative or tale
la cuenta
bill (money owed), calculation or account
pagar
to pay for something
prestar atención
to pay attention and not let one's mind wander
hacer caso
to pay attention in the sense to heed or to take into account
hacer una visita
to pay a visit
soportar
to tolerate or to put up with
mantener
to support finacially
apoyar
to support in the sense of to back or to favor
sostener
to support in the physical sense of hold or hold up
cerca
close, meaning physical proximity of people or objects