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abstraer
[vt] to abstract
abstraerse
[vr] to be absorbed
absuelto, ta
[adj] absolved
absurdo
[adj] absurd
abuelo, la
[n] grandparent
abulia
[f] lethargy
abultado, da
[adj] large, bulky, massive
abultar
[vt] to increase, enlarge; [vi] to be bulky
abundante
[adj] abundant, copious
aburrido
[adj] boring; bored
aburrir
[vt] to bore, weary
abusar
[vt] to abuse
acá
[adv] here
acabado, da
[adj] perfect, accomplished; old
acabar
[vt] to finish, complete; to achieve
acabarse
[vr] to finish, expire
academia
[f] academy, literary society
acaecer
[vi] to happen
acallar
[vt] to quiet, hush; to soften, appease
acalorado, da
[adj] heated
acampar
[vt{sic}-mil] to encamp
acanalado, da
[adj] grooved; fluted
acaparar
[vt] to monopolize; to hoard
acariciar
[vt] to fondle, caress
acarrear
[vt] to transport; to occasion
acaso
[m] chance; [adv] perhaps
acatarrarse
[vr] to catch cold
acceder
[vt] to agree; "~ a" to have access to
accessible
[adj] accessible; attainable
accesso
[m] access; fit
accidentado, da
[adj] uneven; hilly; eventful
accidental
[adj] accidental; casual
accidente
[m] accident
acción
[f] action, operation; share
accionar
[vt] to work
accionista
[m] shareholder
acebo
[m] holly tree
acechar
[vt] to lie in ambush for; to spy on
aceite
[m] oil
aceituna
[f] olive
aceitunado, da
[adj] olive-green
aceleración
[f] acceleration
aceleradamente
[adv] swiftly, hastily
acelerar
[vt] to accelerate; to hurry
acento
[m] accent
aceptar
[vt] to accept, admit
acera
[f] pavement, sidewalk
acerca
[prep] about, relating to
acercar
[vt] to move nearer
acercarse a
[vr] to approach
acero
[m] steel
acertar
[vt] to hit; to guess right
acertijo
[m] riddle
achacar
[vt] to impute
achaque
[m] ailment; excuse; subject, matter
achicar
[vt] to diminish; to humiliate; to bale (out)
achicharrar
[vt] to scorch; to overheat
aciago, ga
[adj] unlucky; ominous
ácido
[m] acid; ~, da [adj] sour, acidic
acierto
[m] success; solution; dexterity
aclamar
[vt] to applaud, acclaim
aclaración
[f] clarification
aclarar
[vt] to clear; to brighten; to explain; to clarify
acobardar
[vt] to intimidate
acodarse
[vr] to lean
acoger
[vt] to receive; to welcome; to harbor
acogerse
[vr] to take refuge
acogida
[f] reception; asylum
acometida
[f] attack, assault
acomodar
[vt] to accomodate, arrange
acomodarse
[vr] to comply
acompañar
[vt] to accompany; to join
acompasado, da
[adj] measured; well-proportioned