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abandonar
to leave, to give up (an idea), to abandon
abanicar
to fan (un abanico = a fan)
abaratar
to reduce or lower (the price of something)
abarcar
to cover, comprise (territory, info)
ex. el libro abarca desde __ hasta __
abarrotar
to buy up, to stockpile
abastecer
to supply
(un abastecimiento - supply)
abatir
to knock, to pull down (un edificio, un arbol)
abdicar
to abdicate
aberrar
(una aberracion - aberration, an outrage)
abjurar
~de algo, to abjure
ablandar
to soften
ablandarse - to get softer)
abochornar
to embarrass
abofetear
to slap
abogar
~por, en favor de alguen/algo
to defend, to champion
abombar
to go bad, to go off
abominar
to detest, to loathe
abonar
to pay, to fertilize
(abono - payment)
abordar
to board (a boat), to raise (a theme a problem) to tackle, to deal with
(abordar a una persona - approach)
aborrecer
to loathe, to detest
abortar
espontaneamente - miscarry, de forma provocada - have an abortion
abotonar
to button up
abrasar
to burn, scorch
-(se)de sed - to be parched
- (se)de calor - to be sweltering
-(se) - de pasion - to be alfame with passion
abrazar
to hug (se) - to embrace
abreviar
to shorten, to abbreviate
abrigar
to wrap up
(se) del frio - take shelter from the cold
abrillantar
to polish
abrir
to open, to turn on (an appetite)
en un __ y cerrar de ojos - in the twinkling of an eye
-(se) paso entre - make one's way through
abrochar
to do up (colar), to fasten (belt), to staple (papeles)
abrumar
to ovewhelm, to be weighed down
absolver
to absolve, to aquit, to find not guilty
absorber
to absorb, to take up/occupy (time/energy)
una actividad que te __ totalmente
abstenerse
to refrain, to abstain
abstraer
to abstract
abstraido en algo - engrossed in something
abultar
to be bulky
no __ casi nada - it takes up almost no room at all
abundar
to be plentiful, abundant
aburguesarse
to become middle class
aburrir
to bore, ~(se) - to get bored
abusar
to abuse
acabar
~de - to finish
acaecer
to occur, to take place
acalambrarse
to get a cramp
acallar
to silence, to quiet
acalorar
~(se) - to get worked up, to get embarrased
acampar
to camp
acaparar
to hoard, stockpile (time, interest, attention) ; to take up; to monopolize
__ todas las miradas - all eyes were on her
acaramelar
to coat with caramel
~ado - lovey-dovey
acariciar
to caress, to stroke (a dog); to nurture (a plan or idea); to contemplate an idea
acarrear
to give rise to, to cause
acceder
to gain access to, to be eligible for, to obtain
accidentar
~(se) - to have an accident
acechar
to lie in wait for
ex. el peligro que nos acecha - the danger that lies ahead of us
aceitar
to oil, to grease
acelerar
to rev up, to speed up, to accelerate
acentuar
to stress, to emphasize, to accent, to accentuate
aceptar
to accept
acercar
to bring closer; ~(se) - to approach
acertar
to get right (an answer)
achacar (a)
to attribute (to), to put the blame on
achaparrarse
to squat?
achatar
to flatten
achicar
to take in (a piece of clothing); to intimidate, to daunt; to bail out (water)
achicharrar
to burn
ex. hace un sol que achicharra - the sun is scorching hot
~(se) - to fry, to be burned to a crisp
acinturar
~ado - (person) with a slim waist, (clothing) tight-fitting
aclamar
to acclaim, to applaud
aclarar
to clarify, to clear up, to rinse (clothes, dishes - vajilla)
no me aclaro - i don't understand, i cant think straight
aclimatar
~(se) - to acclimatize, to get/become acclimatized
acobardar
to unnerve, to intimidate
~(se) ante algo - to lose one's nerve
acodarse en
acodar
to lean (one's elbows)on
to bend
acoger
to receive, to greet (with), to take in (with)

acogedor - cosy, welcoming
acojonar
to scare the shit out of
acolchonar
to quilt
acomedirse
to offer to help
acometer
to attack, to undertake, to tackle (tarea)
acomodar
to adapt, to accommodate
~(se) - to make oneself comfortable
acompan~ar
to go with, to accompany, to keep company