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Abandonar
to abandon, leave behind, desert; to quit, give up
Abordar
to board, get on [plane, bus, etc.]; to approach, accost [a person]
Abortar
to abort, cause to miscarry; to have a miscarriage
Abrazar
to hug, embrace
Abrir
to open
Aburrir
to bore, to tire, weary
Aburrise
to get bored, to become bored, be bored
Abusar
to go too far, take advantage
Acabar
to finsh, end
Acampar
to camp, encamp, go camping
Aceptar
to accept, approve; to agree to
Acercar
to bring near[er], move [something] nearer
Acercarse
to approach
Acompañar
to accompany; go with, escort
Aconsejar
to advise
Abandonar
to abandon, leave behind, desert; to quit, give up
Abordar
to board, get on [plane, bus, etc.]; to approach, accost [a person]
Abortar
to abort, cause to miscarry; to have a miscarriage
Abrazar
to hug, embrace
Abrir
to open
Aburrir
to bore, to tire, weary
Aburrise
to get bored, to become bored, be bored
Abusar
to go too far, take advantage
Acabar
to finsh, end
Acampar
to camp, encamp, go camping
Aceptar
to accept, approve; to agree to
Acercar
to bring near[er], move [something] nearer
Acercarse
to approach
Acompañar
to accompany; go with, escort
Aconsejar
to advise
Admirar
to admire, respect, look up to
Admitar
to admit, accept, allow, recognize
Adorar
to adore, worship
Adornar
to adorn; to decorate, embellish, to garnish [food]
Advertir
to notice, to observe, advise, warn
Afeitar
to shave
Afeitarse
to shave [oneself]
Afirmar
to make firm, steady, strengthen; to affirm, state, assert
Agorar
to predict, to prophesy
Agradar
to please, to be pleasing
Agradecer
to be thankful for, to thank [for]
Aguantar
to put up with, endure, bear, stand
Ahorcar
to hang
Ahorrar
to save
Alcanzar
to reach, catch, catch up to, catch up with
Alegrar
to make happy, to cheer [up], gladen
Alegrarse
to be glad, happy; to become/ get happy, to rejoice
Alentar
to encourage, cheer, inspire, bolster up
Aliviar
to alleviate, ease, lessen, lighten, relieve
Almorzar
to hunch, eat lunch, have lunch
Alquilar
to rent; to rent out, let
Amanecer
to dawn; to wake up [feeling or being...]
Amar
to love
Amenazar
to threaten, menace
Andar
to walk, go
Anhelar
to be eager for/to, long for/to, yearn for/to
Anunciar
to announce
Añadir
to add, increase
Apagar
to extinguish, put out, turn off
Aparecer
to appear [i.e. to make an appearance]
Aplaudir
to applaud, cheer, clap
Aplicar
to apply
Apostar
to bet, wager
Apoyar
to support, hold up, prop up; to back
Apreciar
to appreciate, value, esteem, estimate, notice
Aprender
to learn
Apretar
to be too tight; to squeeze; to tighten [up]; to press [down/against]
Aprobar
to pass [an exam, class]
Arreglar
to arrange, settle, fix up, repair, tidy up
Arrepentirse
to repent, be repentant, regret
Arrojar
to throw, hurl, cast, toss
Asustarse
to be frightened [oneself]
Atacar
to attack
Atender
to attend to, pay attend to
Atraer
to attract, draw, lure
Atravesar
to cross, cross over, go across, go over, pass through
Atreverse
to dare
Aumentar
to increase, add to, augment; to be on the increase, rise
Avanzar
to advance, move forward
Averiguar
to find out, discover
Avisar
to warn, inform, notify
Ayudar
to help
Asistir
to attend
Asociar
to associate, to pool, to put together[efforts, resources]
Aspirar
to breathe in, inhale; to suck in; to aspirate, to aspire
Asustar
to frighten, scare, startle
Bailar
to dance
Bajar
to lower, to go down, descend, download
Bañar
to give a bath [to someone], to bathe [someone]
Bañarse
to take a bath, to bathe [oneself]
Barrer
to sweep, sweep clean, sweep out, sweep away
Batir
to beat, hammer, pound [on]
Bautizar
to baptize, christen
Beber
to drink
Bendecir
to bless, foretell, forcast
Besar
to kiss
Bordar
To embroider
Borrar
to erase, rub out, to cross out, obliterate, wipe out
Brillar
to shine, sparkle, glittler, gleam
Brindar
to toast
Broncearse
to get a tan, suntan
Bucear
to skin-dive, to dive under water; to dive
Burlar
to deceive, trick; to seduce
Burlarse
to mock, ridicule, make fun of [something/someone]
Buscar
to search for, look for
Caber
to fit [in something]
Caer
to fall
Calcular
to calculate, to compute, add up
Calentar
to heat [up], warm [up]
Calentarse
to heat up, warm up [intrans.]; to become heated/warmed, to get heated/warmed
Callar
to keep quiet about, pass over in silence; to hush
Callarse
to keep quiet , be quiet, shut up, be silent, remain silent
Calmar
to calm (down), quiet, soothe
Calmarse
to calm down [oneself]
Cambiar
to change
Caminar
to walk, go
Cancelar
to cancel; to wipe out, write off [debt]
Cansar
to tired, to tire out, fatigue, wear out [someone or something]
Cansarse
to get tired, get worn out, get weary
Cantar
to sing
Caracterizar
to characterize
Cargar
to load, load up; to charge
Causar
to cause; to create, make
Casar
to marry, join in marriage, join in wedlock
Casarse
to marry [someone], get married [to someone]
Castigar
to punish, penalize, castigate
Cazar
to hunt, represent, stand for
Celebrar
celebrate, to praise, applaud
Cenar
to eat supper, have super; to eat dinner, have dinner; to dine; to have for supper [or dinner]
Censurar
to censor; to censure, criticize, blame
Cepillar
to brush
Cerrar
to shut, close
Cesar
to cease
Charlar
to chat, talk
Chismear
to gossip
Chocar
to shock, to startle, to be surprising, startling, to collide, to crash
Civilizar
to civilize
Clarificar
to clarify, illuminate, light [up], brighten
Clasificar
to classift, grade, rate, sort
Cobrar
to charge [a price]; to cash [a check]; to collect, receive [an amount]
Cocinar
to cook, to do the cooking
Coger
to catch, grasp, take hold of
Colgar
to hang, hang up, be hanging, be suspended
Colocar
to locate, place
Colonizar
to colonize, settle
Combatir
to combat, fight, oppose; to attack
Comenzar
to begin, to start, to commence
Comer
to eat
Competir
to compete
Componer
to compose, make up, put together
Comprar
to buy, purchase
Comprender
to understand, comprehend
Comunicar
to communicate, transmit, tell, pass on
Comunicarse
to communicate [e.g., with someone], be in touch, correspond; to be transmitted
Condenar
to condemn, convict, sentence
Conducir
to drive, conduct
Confesar
to confess
Confiar
to trust, be trusting, entrust
Confirmar
confirm, corrabrate, endorse
Confiscar
to confiscate
Conjugar
to conjugate
Conocer
to know [people, places]
Conquistar
to conquer, overcome, win
Conseguir
to get, obtain
Consentir
to consent to; to allow, permit; to tolerate, put up with; to admit; to agree, consent
Conservar
to preserve, conserve, to keep, train
Consistir
to consist [of], be composed [of]
Constituir
to constitute
Construir
to build, construct
Consumir
to Consume, eat, use up
Contaminar
to contaminate, pollute, to corrupt
Contar
to count, relate, tell
Contener
to contain, hold
Contestar
answer
Continuar
to continue
Contribuir
to contribute
Controlar
to control, inspect, check
Convencer
to convince
Convenir
to agree; to suit, be suited to; to be good for
Converser
to talk, converse, to tell, relate
Convertir
to convert
Convidar
to invite
Copiar
to copy
Corregir
to correct
Correr
to run
Cortar
to cut
Coser
to sew, sew up, to stitch, stitch up
Costar
to cost
Crear
to create, to make
Crecer
to grow [up]
Creer
believe
Criar
to raise [children, animals, plants]; to nurse [babies]; to tend, cultivate [plants]; to bring up, educate [children]
Criarse
to grow [up]; to be brought up
Criticar
to critize
Crucificar
to crucify
Cruzar
to cross
Cubrir
to cover
Cuidar
to take care of, look after
Culpar
to blame, accuse, to condemn
Cultivar
to cultivate, to grow
Cumplir
to fulfil, carry out, to reach[age]
Curar
to cure; to treat, dress [a wound]
Dar
to give
Deber
to owe, must, should, ought to
Decidir
to decide, settle, resolve
Decidirse
to decide, to make up one's mind
Decir
to say, tell
Declarar
to declare, state, to bid [in cards]
Decorar
to decorate, adorn
Dedicar
to dedicate
Dedicarse
to devote oneself, dedicate oneself, go in for, take up [carrer/interest in something]
Defender
to defend
Dejar
to leave, abandon, to let, allow
Demostrar
to demonstrate, show
Deprimir
to depress, press down, flatten
Derretir
to melt, liquefy, thaw
Desagradar
to displease, to be displeasing
Desagradacer
to be unthankful for, to be unappreciative of
Desaparacer
to disappear
Desayunar
to eat breakfast, to have breakfast
Descansar
to rest, take a rest, to support, lean [on]
Descender
to descend, lower
Describir
to describe
Depender
to depend
Depositar
to deposit, to place, put away, store
Descrubrir
discover
Desarrollar
to develop, expand, to unroll, unwind, unfold
Desarrollarse
to develop, evolve, to unwind
Desear
to desire, want, wish
Deshacer
undo, unmake, ruin, spoil, take apart
Despedir
to say goodbye to, show out, dismiss
Despertar
to awaken [somebody], wake up [somebody]
Despertarse
to wake up, lie down
Destruir
to destroy
Detener
to stop, hold up, delay, arrest, detain
Detenerse
to stop, pause, linger
Detestar
to detest, hate
Devolver
to return, give back
Devorar
to devour, eat up, gobble up
Dibujar
to draw, sketch, depict
Dirigir
to direct
Diseñar
to design
Disgustar
to displease, be displeasing, to annoy, upset
Dismunuir
diminish, decrease
Distinguir
to distinguish, discern, make out, recognize, single out
Distribuir
to distribute, hand out, send out, give out
Divertir
to amuse, entertain
Divertirse
to have one, have a good time, enjoy oneself
Divorciar
to divorce
Divorciarse
to get divorced [from somebody]
Doblar
to double; to turn [a corner, to the right, etc.]; to fold, crease