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Conocer
to know in the sense of "being acquainted with" a person, place or thing
preterite = met
Saber
to know a fact, know something thoroughly, or to know how.
preterite = found out
Dejar
used when you leave someone or something behind
Salir
used in the sense of physically departing
Gastar
refers to spending money
Pasar
refers to spending time
Jugar
to play a game
Tocar
to play an instrument
Llevar
to take in the sense of carry or transport from place to place or to take someone somewhere. It also means to wear
Tomar
grab, catch, take transportation, or take medication
Pedir
to request or to ask for something
Preguntar
to inquire or ask a question
Volver
means to come back
Devolver
means to give back
Realizar
to “make real” one’s dreams
to carry out
to accomplish
Darse cuenta de
to "take note"
to realize
to become aware of
Llegar a ser + noun/adj.
become something through natural developments of time/circumstance
Hacerse + noun/adj.
to become something through personal will or effort
Ponerse + adj.
a sudden change of emotional state or change in physical appearance
Convertirse + noun
indicates a somewhat unexpected change
Volverse + adj.
a sudden or gradual change of personality
Gustar
to get pleasure from
Gozar de
to get pleasure from
Disfrutar de
to get pleasure from
Divertirse
to have a good time, to enjoy oneself
Salvar
to rescue from destruction
Guardar
to keep or put aside
Ahorrar
not to spend or waste
Conservar
to preserve, maintain
Extrañar
miss = feel the absense of
echar de menos
miss = feel the absense of
Perder
to miss an opportunity, deadline or transportation
Faltar a
to miss an appointment or fail to attend
Mudarse
to move from place to place
Trasladarse
to move from place to place
Mover
to physically move something
Trabajar
to work, labor, or toil
Funcionar
to work, operate or function
Quedarse con
to keep something in one’s possession
Guardar
to hold or put away for safekeeping