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to be successful
tener éxito
to succeed in doing something
lograr
to occur, to happen, or to follow in succession
suceder
to attend (a function) or to be present (at a class, meeting, event, etc.)
asistir a
to take into account, to take care of, or to wait on
atender
to assist
ayudar
to become; a change in physical or emotional state; not necessarily irreversible
ponerse
to become; a dramatic, often irreversible, change
volverse
to become something; a gradual change overtime; implies a conscious effort on the part of the subject
hacerse
to become something; a gradual change overtime; an effortless change
llegar a ser
because; preceding a conjugated verb
ya que, como, puesto que
because; preceding a conjugated verb; cannot use to begin a sentence
porque
because; preceding a noun; because of
por
Question in the sense of matter, subject, or topicof discussion
cuestión
refers to a question or interrogation
pregunta
A calender date
i.e. april, 9 1988
fecha
an appointment or social arrangement
cita
both; agrees in gender with nouns to which they refer
los/las dos, ambos/as
both...and...
both cats and dogs...
tanto...como...
findings, results, data
dato
a proven fact, deed, or event
hecho
to realize in the sense of to achieve a goal or an ambition, that is, to accomplish something
realizar
to realize as in to be aware or to understand
darse cuenta (de)
to miss an opportunity or deadline
perder
to miss an appointment or an event in the sense of not attending it
faltar a
to miss a person who is away or absent
echar de menos, extrañar
to save money (savings)
ahorrar
to rescue or save a person or thing from danger
salvar
to save in the sense of to set aside; to keep
guardar
to ransport or to take someone or something from one place to another
llevar
to take a trip
hacer un viaje
to take something in one's hand, to take a bus, to take an exam, to take a vacation
tomar
to take a certain amount of time doing something
tardar en
to take a trip
hacer un viaje
large or big
grande
to take a certain amount of time doing something
tardar en
long
largo
to stop doing something
dejar de
to get in the way or hinder, prevent or stop someone from doing something
impedir
to hurt, to ache, to grieve, to distress
doler
to stop or detain in the sense of to slow down or hold up progress; to arrest
detener
to cause someone bodily injury; to hurt someone's standing or status
hacer daño
to stop moving or to pause
detenerse
to cause someone bodily injury
lastimar
to hurt, to ache, to grieve, to distress
doler
to injure someone's feelings
ofender
to cause someone bodily injury; to hurt someone's standing or status
hacer daño
to cause someone bodily injury
lastimar
to injure someone's feelings
ofender
to take something in one's hand, to take a bus, to take an exam, to take a vacation
tomar
to take a trip
hacer un viaje
to take a certain amount of time doing something
tardar en
to stop moving or to pause
detenerse
to hurt, to ache, to grieve, to distress
doler
to cause someone bodily injury; to hurt someone's standing or status
hacer daño
to cause someone bodily injury
lastimar
to injure someone's feelings
ofender