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174 Cards in this Set

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abandonar
to abandon
abdicar*
to abdicate, leave
abofetear
to slap
abreviar
to abbreviate
adivinar
to guess
agradar
to please
amarrar
to tie, to bind together
apagar
to turn off
apodar
to nickname
arrastrar
to drag
asustar
to scare
barrer
to sweep
besar
to kiss
caerse
to fall down
calar
to penetrate
conducir
to drive or conduct
contar
to tell (jokes), to count
cruzar
to cross
dañar
to damage
deducir
to deduct
deplorar
to deplore
derrocar
to bring, to pull down
desanimar
to depress, discourage
desarrollar
to develop
descender
to descend
descongelar
to defrost
deshechar
to throw away
despedirse*
to say goodbye, to fire someone
desperdiciar
to waste
desplomar
to topple over or collapse
destapar
to uncover
devolver
to return (item)
dilatar
to expand
disimular
to hide or conceal
divertirse
to have fun
egresar
to leave or exit
elogiar
to praise
empezar
to begin, start
encadenar
to chain, link up
encargar
to take charge of
encerrar
to enclose
enfadarse
to get angry
enfriar
to chill
engrudar
to paste (papers)
enloquecer
to go crazy
enriquecer
to get rich
ensuciar
to get dirty
enterrar
to bury
entrar en
to enter or go in
escampar
to clear up (weather)
escoger
to choose, elect
esconder
to hide
estornudar
to sneeze
estrenar
to show (for first time)
exigir
to demand
explicar
to explain
extender
to extend or lengthen
extinguir
to extinguish
fallar
to fail
fatigar
to get tired
filmar
to film or shoot
fortalecer
to fortify
fregar
to rub or scrub
fundir
to melt or blend
gastar*
to spend $, to waste
golpear
to hit or strike
gozar
to enjoy
gritar
to shout or yell
gruñir
to growl or grumble
guiñar
to wink
hacer
to do, to make
hechizar
to charm, cast a spell
hornear
to bake
hundir
to sink
imaginarse
to imagine
inaugurar
to inaugurate
incurrir
to incur
infestar
to infest
ingresar
to enter or go in or enroll
intercambiar
to exchange
interrumpir
to interrupt
inundir
to flood
irritarse
to get irritated/anonyed
irse
to go away or leave
jugar
to play (sports)
juzgar
to judge
lamer
to lick
lavar
to wash
llenar
to fill
lloviznar
to sleet or drizzle
lustrar
to polish or shine
manchar
to stain or spot
mantener
to maintain
marcharse
to go away or leave
matar
to kill
mentir
to lie
molestar
to bother, annoy
moverse
to move
nevar
to snow
obtener
to get or obtain
opinar
to have an opinion
oscurecer
to get dark
parar
to stop
pasearse
to stroll or walk or parade
patear
to kick
pelar
to peel
pensar en
to think about or ponder
perdurar
to endure or last
pescar
to fish
platicar
to chat, talk over
poner atención
to pay attention
preceder
to precede
preferir
to prefer
presenciar
to witness
prestar*
to lend, to loan
prevenir
to prevent
promover
to promote or advance
provocar
to provoke
pulular
to swarm or infest
quedar*
to stay, to remain
quedarse con
to be left with
quemar
to burn
quitarse
to take off (clothes)
rebajar
to discount or lower the price
recibir
to receive
recobrar
to recover
recordar
to remember or remind
reflejar
to reflect
regañar
to quarrel
regir
to rule or govern
relucir
to shine or sparkle
remontarse
to go back to
reparar
to repair
representar
to represent
requerir
to require or request
rescatar
to rescue
resfriarse
to become cold
resplandecer
to shine or gleam
retirar
to remove or withdraw
revelar
to reveal
reventar
to burst, give away
rifar
to raffle
rociar
to sprinkle
rodear
to surround
rondar
to go around or patrol or roam
rozar
to rub against or scrape
saber
to know (facts)
sacar
to take out or take photos
salir*
to go out, to leave
saludar
to greet
seguir*
to continue, follow
sentir
to regret
sobrar
to have left over or suceeded
soler
usually, to be in the habit of
sonar*
to ring, to sound
sonrojarse
to turn red or blush
sortear
to draw in lottery or raffle
sospechar
to suspect
sumergir(se)
to submerge
superar
to surpass or overcome
tapar
to cover up
tragar
to swallow or gulp
transmutar
to change radically
tropezar
to stumble or trip
trotar
to jog
vaciar
to empty
valer
to be worth
velar
to watch over or guard
vigilar
to watch or hold vigil
volar
to fly
volver en sí
to come to, come around
zambullir(se)
to dive or plunge
zozobrar
to be shipwrecked
zurear
to coo