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acercar
to bring something closer,over
acercarse (a)
to come closer, approach
alejar
to move (something) away
alejarse (de)
to move away from
caer
to fall (ussually figuratively)
caerse
to fall down
correr
to move (an object)
correrse
to move over, make room for
detener
to stop, bring to a halt
detenerse
to stop, come to a halt
instalar
to install
instalarse
to move in
ir
to go
irse
to leave, go away
levantar
to lift
levantarse
to getup, rise
mover (o-ue)
to move (put in motion)
moverse (o-ue)
to move, stir, budge
parar
to stop
pararse
to stand up (esp. in Span. America)
pasear
to take a walk, to walk
pasearse
to stroll
perder (e-ie)
to lose
perderse (e-ie)
to get lost
quedar
to remain, be left
quedarse
to stay, remain
tirar
to throw
titarse
to jump, throw oneself, to lie down
volcar (o-ue)
to knock over
volcarse (o-ue)
to get knocked over
apresurarse de
to hurry
echarse
to lie down
escaparse
to escape
inclinarse
to bend over
mudarse
to move (change residence)
ponerse de pie
to stand up
recostarse (o-ue)
to lie down
acordarse (o-ue) (de)
to remember
apoderarse (de)
to take possession (of)
apovecharse (de)
to take advantage (of)
apuntarse a/para
to register,sign up for
arrepentirse de (e-ie)
to regret,repend
*atreverse a
to dare to do something
ausentarse
to be out, away
burlarse de
to laugh at,make fun of
casarse (con)
to get married (to)
comprometerse
to get engaged
*desmayarse
to faint
*divorciarse
to get divorced
empeñarse (en)
to insist (on), persist (in)
enamorarse (de)
to fall in love (with)
enterarse (de)
to find out (about)
fiarse de
to trust
figurarse
to imagine
fijarse (en)
to notice
*jactarse de
to boast about
negarse a (e-ie)
to refuse to
ocuparse de
to take care of
olvidarse (de)
to forget
oponerse a
to oppose, be gainst
parecerse a
to resemble
portarse bien/ mal
to behave well/badly
*quejarse de
to complain about
reírse de
to laugh at
sentirse (i-ie)
to feel
*suicidarse
to commit suicide
quitarse
to take off
romperse
to tear (article of clothing OR body part)
quebrarse (e-ie)
to break (body part)
quemarse
to burn (body part)
(des)abrocharse los cordones
to (un)tie one's shoes (1)
(des)amarrarse los cordones
to (un)tie one's shoes (2)
(des)atarse los cordones
to(un)tie one's shoes (3)
lastimarse
to hurt (body part)
romperse
to tear (article of clothing OR body part)
quitarse
to take off
limarse las uñas
to file one's nails
maquillarse la cara
to put on makeup
pintarse los labios
to put on lipstick
torcerse el tobillo (o-ue)
to twist one's ankle
afeitarse
to shave
arreglarse
to get ready
maquillarse la cara
to put on makeup
pintarse
to put on makeup
acostar
to put (someone) to bed
acostarse (o-ue)
to go to bed
afeitar
to shave (someone)
arreglar
to arrange, to fix
cansar
to tire (someone)
colocar
to put to place
colocarse
to get a job
desperdir (e-ie)
to fire, dismiss
desperdirse
to say goodbye to
dormirse
to fall asleep
dormir
to sleep
enfermar
to make ill
enfermarse
to get sick
lastimarse
to hurt oneself
reunir
to join, gather
reunirse (con)
to get together (with)
aburrir
to bore someone
aburrirse
to get bored
alegrar
to make someone happy
alegrarse
to be glad, happy
animar
to cheer someone up, encourage someone
animarse
to cheer up, take heart, feel like doing something
asustar
to frighten someone
asustarse
to get scared
calmar
to calm someone down
calmarse
to calm down
decidir
to decide
decidirse a
to make up one's mind
divertir (e-ie)
to amuse
divertirse
to have a good time
enfadar
to make someone angry, to infuriate
enfadarse
to get angry
enojar
to make someone angry
anojarse
to get angry
entusiasmar
to excite, thrill, stir
entusiasmarse
to get excited, feel thrilled
exasperar
to exasperate, make someone lose their patience
exasperarse
to get exasperated, lose one's patience
interesar
to interest
interesarse en
to be interested in
marear
to make someone dizzy
marearse
to get, feel dizzy
ofender
to offend someone
ofenderse
to get offended, insulted, feel hurt
preocupar
to worry someone
preocuparse
to worry
probar
to try, tase
probarse
to try on
sorprender
to suprise someone
sorprenderse
to be suprised
tranquilizar
to calm someone down
tranquilizarse
to calm down, stop worrying