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to hold, hold back, tolerate support (other)

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aguantar

aguantarse
to support/put up with/stand/endure
soportar
to get/obtain/achieve/win/fulfill
lograr
to mention, bring up
mentar (ie)
to get dirty
to get ones self dirty
manchar
mancharse
to cover or travel (distance)/ go over, pass over, look over
recorrer
to face up to, confront, come up against - 3
afrontar
enfrentarse a
confontarse con
to be intimidated (by)
arredrarse (de)
to drag (along)
arrastrar (por)
to loosen
aflojar
to irritate, get on the nerves of
enervar
to confront/fight/have a falling out (with)
enfrentarse (a)
to get muddy/
to get mixed up in
enfangarse
to go into a huff/go off and sulk

sulky (adj)
enfurruñarse

enfurruñado (a)
to beg for
implorar
to aquiesce/ humble oneself/ knuckle/ cave
someterse
to claim to
pretender
to arrange/prepare/set out
disponer
to spill
derramar
to indicate/point out or to/mark

to distinguish oneself/standout
señalar

señalarse
to throw (also a glance, a helping hand)/drop/throw out/emit or give off

to claim to be/think oneself
echar

echarse
to move away/remove/take away/set aside

to move over (oneself)/to stand clear of
apartar

apartarse (de)
to occur/happen/follow/succeed (come after)

to follow one after the other
suceder

sucederse
to turn over/roll over/turn al revés/whirl/twirl (something else)

to turn around/ change one's mind/reverse oneself
voltear

voltearse
to knock down
derribar
to usually/to be used to/in the habit of
soler (ue)+inf
to excuse (hay dos)
dispensar
disculpar
to pack tightly, ie people in a room (not atiborrar)
abarrotar
to become (profession, rich/poor...)
hacerse
to chew someone out
regañar
to strengthen (oneself)
robustecer(se)
to make/taste bitter (become bitter)
amargar(se)
to entrench (become entrenched)
arraigar(se)
to fascinate/inspire passion
apasionar
to instill in
infundir
to intend to/plan on
pensar (sin prep)
to untie (literally)/unleash (also figuratively)
desatar
to throw out, discard/ reject
desechar
to put (no poner o colocar)
echar
to confuse, make complicated, embroil, muddle, overly involve
embrollar
to dip, submerge, plunge into
zambullir
to glimpse begin to glimpse, discern, have an inkling of
vislumbrar
to damage, impair, harm
menoscabar
to scoff, mock, jeer, make fun of
mofarse
to tie (score)/tie or join together
meet up with
empatar
empatarse
to float
sobrenadar
to nod one's head, to nod off (humans)
to lurch forward (car, etc.)
cabecear
to go too far (or abuse authority, exceed limits)
extralimitarse
to come apart, come off (of), separate (from)
desprenderse (de)
to frown
fruncir
to cheapen, lower the price of
abaratar
to knock out of whack, cause not to be straight, cause to lean, knock over
desplomar
to crawl
gatear
to pad, cushion
acolchar
to cover (materials, information)
to span/cover (territory)
to span (period of time)

to handle, deal with
abarcar
to strengthen, harden, make more durable, toughen
endurecer
to drain, remove the water from (as by wringing or spin-drying), drip, seep
escurrir
to chase/frighten away
ahuyentar
to instruct, lecture, help someone understand something
aleccionar
to sweeten, make more palatable (can apply to conditions and things other than food), make milder or more mellow, make less harsh
dulcificar
to reflect on, meditate on, theorize about
elucubrar
to destroy, devastate, raze
asolar (ue)
to advise, recommend
to advise against
aconsejar (con que, subj - sin que, inf)
desaconsejar
to make more difficult, harder, complicated
to hold up (traffic)
dificultar
to leaf through
hojear
to stand out
to highlight
resaltar
resaltar o hacer resaltar
to involve, entail
consistir
to encourage
animar a (inf) o a que (subj)
to divert (traffic, attention)
to become diverted, turn off
desviar
desviarse