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237 Cards in this Set

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Abrir
to open, unlock
Acabar
to finish
Aceptar
to accept
Acompanar
to accompany
Acordar
to remind, agree
Acordarse
to remember, recall
Acostar
to put to bed, lay (down)
Acusar
to accuse, denounce
Admitir
to admit, let in
Agarrar
to seize, grasp, catch
Almorzar
to eat lunch
Alquilar
to rent, lease
Alterar
to alter, change
Amarrar
to tie
Amenazar
to threaten
Andar
to walk
Aprehender
to apprehend, seize
Aprender
to learn
Arreglar
to arrange, fix, put in order
Arrestar
to arrest
Asistir
to help, attend, be present
Atar
to tie, fasten
Aventar
to throw, toss out
Averiguar
to find out
Ayudar
to help
Bajar(se)
to go down, lower, get out/off/down (vehicle)
Banar
to bathe
Buscar
to look for, seek
Caminar
to travel, walk
Cancelar
to cancel
Cansarse
to become/get tired
Cargar
to load, haul, charge, carry
Casar
to marry (perform the ceremony)
Casarse
to marry, get married to
Castigar
to punish
Cenar
to eat supper, dine
Cerrar
to close
Cobrar
to charge, collect money
Comenzar
to begin, start
Comer
to eat
Cometer
to commit, entrust
Comprar
to buy, purchase
Conducir
to conduct, lead, drive
Conducirse
to act, behave
Conocer
to know (be aquainted with), meet
Conseguir
to get, obtain, acquire
Consultar
to consult
Contar
to count
Contestar
to answer
Convenir en
to agree
Correr
to run
Costar
to cost
Creer
to believe, think
Criar
to breed, rear, produce
Cruzar
to cross
Cumplir
fulfill, comply
Dar
to give
Deber
to owe
Decidir
to decide
Decir
to tell, say
Dejar
to leave (people and things behind)
Deletrear
to spell
Deportar
to deport
Desayunar
to eat breakfast
Describir
to describe
Desear
to desire, want, wish
Despedir
to fire (an employee)
Detener
to detain, stop
Dirigir
to direct, guide
Dirigirse
to head for
Doblar
to turn (directions)
Doler
to hurt, ache
Dormir
to sleep
Empezar
to start, begin
Emplear
to employ, hire
Encontrar
to find
Enganar
to deceive, fool
Enganarse
to fool oneself
Enojarse
to become/get angry
Ensenar
to show, teach, point out
Entender
to understand
Entrar (a/en)
to enter
Entregar
to deliver, hand over
Entregarse
to surrender
Escapar
to escape
Esconder
to hide, conceal
Escribir
to write
Escuchar
to listen
Esperar
to wait (for), hope
Estacionar
to park (a vehicle, truck)
Estar
to be (location, temporary location)
Estudiar
to study
Expedir
to issue, expedite, facilitate
Fabricar
to manufacture, build, fabricate, make up
Faltar
to lack, be missing/short
Fijar
to fix, fasten
Fijarse
to settle
Fijarse (en)
to notice
Fingir
to pretend, fake
Firmar
to sign, sign up/on
Fotografiar
to photograph
Ganar
to earn, win
Gastar
to spend, waste
Gritar
to shout, cry out
Gustar
to like, enjoy, be pleased with
Haber
to have (auxiliary & helping verb)
Haber de
must, have to
Hablar
to speak, talk
Hacer
to do, make
Hallar
to find
Identificar
to identify
Importar
to be important, matter
Informar
to inform
Inmigrar
to immigrate
Interrogar
to interrogate
Invitar
to invite
Ir
to go
Juntarse
to join, gather, get together
Jurar
to swear, vow, take an oath, curse
Leer
to read
Levantar
to raise, pick up, lift up
Levantarse
to stand, get (oneself) up
Llamar
to call
Llamarse
to be named, called
Llegar (a)
to arrive
Llenar
to fill (out/up)
Llevar
to take, escort, wear, carry
Localizar
to locate, localize, fix in place
Mandar
to send, order, command
Manejar
to drive, manage
Mantener
to support, maintain
Matar
to kill
Medir
to measure
Mentir
to lie
Meter
to put in
Mirar
to look, look at, glance
Molestar
to bother, trouble, molest
Morir
to die
Mover
to move
Nacer
to be born
Necesitar
to need
Negar
to deny
O(b)scurecer
to get/grow dark
Obtener
to obtain, get, acquire
Ocupar
to hire, employ, occupy
Ofrecer
to offer
Oir
to hear, pay attention to
Pagar
to pay
Parecer
to seem, appear
Parecersa
to resemble
Pasar
to pass, happen, occur, spend (time), take across
Pedir
to ask for, request
Pedir Prestado
to borrow
Pelear
to fight
Pensar
to think
Perder
to lose, squander
Perderse
to get lost
Permanecer
to stay, remain
Permitir
to permit, let
Pertenecer
to belong to, concern
Pesar
to weigh
Pescar
to catch
Pizcar
to pick (crops)
Poder
to be able
Poner
to put, place
Preguntar
to ask, inquire
Presentar
to present, introduce
Prestar
to loan, lend
Probar
to prove, test, taste
Prometer
to promise
Prometerse
to be engaged (to marry)
Quedarse
to stay, remain
Querer
to want, love
Quitar
to take away, remove
Quitarse
to take off (clothing)
Radicar
to live, reside
Recibir
to receive
Reclamar
to claim
Recobrar
to recover, regain
Recoger
to pick up, gather
Reconocer
to recognize
Recordar
to remember, recall
Regar
to irrigate
Registrar
to examine, search (vehicle, places)
Registrarse
to register
Regresar
to return
Rehusar
to refuse
Reportar
to report
Requerir
to require, need
Residir
to reside
Reunir
to reunite, join, gather
Revisar
to revise, examine, inspect
Robar
to steal (things), rob (people)
Rogar
to beg, plead, pray, beseech
Saber
to know (facts, knowledge, be aware of)
Sacar
to take out
Salir
to leave, depart
Seguir
to follow, continue
Sentar
to sit, seat
Sentarse
to sit down, take a seat
Sentir
to feel (emotion), regret, be sorry
Sentirse
to feel (well, sad, etc.)
Separarse
to separate (oneself)
Ser
to be (people, time, etc.)
Servir
to serve, be of use, work
Significar
to signify, mean
Situar
to locate, place
Situarse
to be located
Solicitar
to apply for, petition
Sostener
to sustain
Subir
to go/get up, mount
Suponer
to suppose, assume
Telefonear
to telephone
Tener
to have (possess)
Terminar
to terminate, end, finish
Testificar
to testify, witness, attest
Tirar
to toss, throw
Tomar
to drink, grasp, take (road, highway, etc.)
Trabajar
to work
Traer
to bring, have (with you)
Tratar
to try, treat, handle
Tratar de
to try
Ubicar
to locate
Ubicarse
to be located
Usar
to use, wear (out)
Vadear
to wade, ford
Vender
to sell, betray
Venderse
to accept a bribe
Venir
to come
Ver
to see
Vestir
to dress
Viajar
to travel
Violar
to violate, rape
Visitar
to visit
Vivir
to live
Voltear
to turn (directions), revolve
Volver
to return, come/go back