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dato
findings, results, or data
hecho
proven fact, deed, or event
es un hecho que
it's a fact that
de hecho
in fact
realizar
to realize (to achieve a goal or ambition, to accomplish something)
darse cuenta (de)
to realize as in to be aware or to understand
perder
to miss an opportunity or deadline (due to poor timing)
faltar a
to miss an appointment or event (non-attendance)
echar de menos
to miss a person who is away or absent
extrañar
to miss a person who is away or absent
ahorrar
to save (money)
salvar
rescuing or saving a person or thing from danger
guardar
to save (set aside) or to keep
llevar
to transport or to take someone or something from one place to another
tomar
to take (ex: a bus, exam, vacation, etc) used when llevar is not
hacer un viaje
to take a trip
tardar + tiempo + en + infinitivo
to take a certain amount of time to do something
bajar
to take down
devolver
to take back, return
quitarle (algo) a alguien
to take (something) away from someone
quitarse
to take off (clothing)
sacar
to take out
subir
to take up
grande
large or big
largo
long
dejar de + infinitivo
to stop doing something
impedir
to get in the way or to hinder, prevent, or stop someone from doing something
detener
to stop or detain (slow down or hold up progress) or to arrest
detenerse
to stop moving or to pause
doler
to hurt (to ache (physically, mentally, or emotionally)) or to grieve or to distress
hacer daño
to hurt (to cause someone bodily injury) or to hurt someone's status
lastimar
to hurt (to cause someone bodily injury)
ofender
to injure someone's feelings
sino o sino que
but (used only after a negative element)
pero
but (used after an affirmative command)
no sólo ... sino (que)
not only ... but (also)
intentar
to try or to make an attempt
tratar de (+ infinitivo)
to try or to make an attempt
tratar de
to deal with
se trata de
its about or its a question of
tratar
to treat someone or something in a particular way
probar
to try or to taste something or to try someone (to test someone)
probarse
to try on (clothing)
pedir
to request something from someone (object, favor, action)