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aborrecer
to hate
abrazer
to embrace, to hug
abrir
to open
aburrir
to annoy, to bore, to vex
aburrirse
to be bored, to grow weary
acabar
to finish, to end, to complete
acabar (de)
to have just
aceptar
to accept
acercar
to bring near, to place near
acercarse
to approach, to draw near
aclarar
to explain, to clarify
acompañar
to accompany, to escort, to go with
acordar
to agree (upon)
acordarse (de)
to remember
acostarse
to go to bed, to lie down
acostarse
to put to bed
acostumbrarse (a)
to be accustomed, to be in the habit of
acudir
to attend, to be present
adivinar
to guess
admirar
to admire
adoptar
to adopt
adquirir
to acquire, to get, to obtain
advertir
to advise, to give notice
afeitarse
to shave
agarrarse
to grab
agradar
to please, to be pleasing
agradecer
to thank, to be grateful
agradecer
to thank, to be thankful for
agrandar
to enlarge, to increase
agregar
to add, to collect
aguardar
to expect, to wait for
ahorrar
to economize, to save
alcanzar
to reach, to overtake
almorzar
to eat lunch
alquilar
to rent
alumbrarse
to be (get) high, to get tipsy
amar
to love
añadir
to add
andar
to walk/to go
anunciar
to announce, to proclaim
aparecer
to appear, to show up
aplazar
to postpone
apostar
to wager
apreciar
to appreciate
aprender (a)
to learn
aprobar
to approve, to pass a test
aprovecharse (de)
to take advantage (of), to profit by
apurarse
to fret, to worry
arder
to burn
arguir
to argue
asegurar
to fasten
asistir (a)
to attend, to be present
asustarse
to be afraid, scared
aumentar
to raise
averiguar
to find out
bailar
to dance
banar
to bathe/ swim
bañarse
to bathe oneself
bastar
to be enough, to be sufficient
beber
to drink
borrar
to erase, to cross out
brincar
to leap, to jump
brindar
to propose a toast
bullir
to boil, to stir
buscar
to look for
caber
to fit
caer
to fall
caer en cuenta
to realize
caerse
to fall down, to tumble
callarse
to be silent, to keep quiet
cambiar
to change
caminar
to walk (incl.figurtvly)
canarse (de)
to become tired (of)
cantar
to sing
casar
to marry
casarse
to get married
celebrar
to celebrate
cenar
to eat supper
cepillar
to brush
cepillarse
to brush one's self (hair)
cerrar
to close
charlar
to chat
chequear
to check on
chismear
to gossip
chupar
to suck
cobrar
to charge
cocinar
to cook
coger
to seize, to take, to grasp
colegir
to collect
colgar
to hang up
colocar
to put, to place
combatir
to fight
comenzar (a)
to begin
comer
to eat
cometer
to commit (a mistake)
compartir
to share
comprar
to buy
comprender
to understand
comunicar
to communicate
conducir
to drive
confiar
to trust
conocer
to know
conseguir
to get, to obtain
consentir
to spoil
consentir (en)
to consent to
constituir
to constitute, to make up
contar (con)
to count on, to relate, to tell a story
contener
to contain, to hold
contestar
to answer, to reply
continuar
to continue
convenir
to agree, to convene
conversar
to converse, speak with
convidar (a)
to invite to
corregir
to correct, to rectify
correr
to run
cortar
to cut
costar
to cost
crear
to create
crecer
to grow
cuidarse
to take care of oneself
culpar
to blame, accuse
dar
to give
dar a luz
to have a baby
dar cuenta
to realize
deber
to owe, must, ought
decidirse (a)
to decide
declarar
to declare
dejar (de)
to allow, to leave
demonstrar
to demonstrate, to prove
desaguar
to empty, to drain
desaparcer
to disappear
desayunarse
to eat breakfast
descansar
to rest
describir
to describe
descubrir
to discover
desear
to desire
despedir
to say good bye
despertar
to awaken someone
despertarse
to wake up oneself
destapar
to open, to uncover
destruir
to destroy
detener
to stop someone or something
detenerse
to stop oneself
devestirse
to undress oneself
devolver
to return an object, to refund
dibujar
to draw
disculparse
to apologize, to excuse oneself
discutir
to discuss
disfrutar
to enjoy
divertirse (en)
to have fun, to amuse (oneself)
divorciarse
to be (get) divorced
dolerse
to hurt
dormir
to sleep
ducharse
to shower
dudar
to doubt
educar
to educate
efectuar
to accomplish
empezar (a)
to begin, to go ahead
emplear
to employ, to use
encantar
to be enchanted with
encontrar
to find, to encounter
enfadarse
to become angry
enfermarse
to get sick
enfrentar
to confront, encounter
enojarse
to become angry
enorgullecer
to be proud
enseñar (a)
to teach
entender
to understand
entrar (en)
to enter, to go in
entregar
to deliver, to hand over
enviar
to send
equivocarse
to be mistaken
escoger
to choose, to select
esconder
to hide
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen (to)
esperar
to wait, hope, expect
estar
to be
estimar
to estimate, to value
estudiar
to study
explicar
to explain
fabricar
to fabricate, to manufacture
faltar
to be lacking
felicitar
to congratulate
firmar
to sign
freir
to fry
fumar
to smoke
funcionar
to function, to run (a machine)
ganar
to win, to earn
gastar
to spend money
gozar (de)
to enjoy
graduar
to graduate
gritar
to shout, to scream
guiar
to lead, to guide
gustar
to be pleasing to
haber
to have (aux verb)
habitar
to inhabit, to dwell
hablar
to speak
hacer
to make, to do
hallar
to find, to discover
hervir
to boil
hornear
to bake
ignorar
to be ignorant of
impedir
to hinder, to impede
importar
to matter, to be important
incluir
to include, to enclose
indicar
to indicate, to point out
influir
to influence
informarse
to inform oneself, to find out
instruir
to instruct
intersarse
to be interested in
introducir
to introduce
invitar (a)
to invite
ir (a)
to go
irse
to go away
jodar
to mess with
jugar
to play
juntar
to join, to unite
jurar
to swear
lamber
to suck up to
lavarse
to wash
leer
to read
lelefonear
to telephone
levantar
to lift, to raise
levantarse
to get up
limpiar
to clean, to wipe
limpiarse
to clean oneself
llamar
to call
llamarse
to call oneself
llegar
to arrive
llenar
to fill
llevar
to wear,carry,take
llorar
to cry
llover
to rain
mandar
to send
manejar
to drive; to handle
manejar
to manage, to handle
mantener
to keep calm
mantener
to maintain, to keep up
marchar
to walk, to march, to function (machine)
marcharse
to go away, to leave
mascar
to chew
matar
to kill
medir
to measure, to weigh
mejorar
to improve
mentir
to lie
merecer
to deserve
meter
to put, to put in
mezclar
to mix
mirar
to look, to see
mirarse
to look at oneself
molestar
to bother
montar
to mount, to climb
morir
to die
mostrar
to show
mover
to move
mundarse
to change one's clothes or address, etc
nacer
to be born
nadar
to swim
necesitar
to need
obedecer
to obey
obtener
to obtain, to get
ocupar
to occupy
oír
to hear
oler
to smell
olvidarse (de)
to forget, (to forget to)
omitir
to omit
oponer
to oppose
pagar
to pay
parar
to stop
parase
to stop oneself
parecer
to seem, to appear
partir
to leave, to depart
pasar
to pass, to happen, to spend time
pasear
to stroll
pedir
to ask for, to beg
pegar
to hit (the ball)
peinar
to comb
peinarse
to comb one's
pelear
to argue
pensar (en)
to think (of), to intend
perder
to lose
perdonar
to pardon, to forgive
permanecer
to remain
permitir
to permit, to allow
pesar
to weigh
pintar
to paint
poner
to put, to place
ponerse
to put, to place, put on clothing
practicar
to practice
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to ask
preparar
to prepare
prepararse
to prepare oneself, to be prepared
presentar (a)
to introduce
prestar
to lend or borrow
principiar (a)
to begin
probar
to test, to prove
probarse
to try on clothes
producir
to produce, to cause
prohibir
to prohibit, to forbid
prometer
to promise
pronunciar
to pronounce
quedarse
to stay
quejarse
to complain
querer
to want
quitarse
to take off clothes
recibir
to receive
recoger
to pick up, to gather, to collect
recomendar
to recommend
recordar
to remember, to recall, to remind
recostarse
to lean or lie down
reducir
to reduce
regalar
to give a gift
reír
to laugh
rellenar
to refill
renunciar
to quit
reparar
to mend, to repair
repetir
to repeat
requerir
to require
responder
to answer, to reply
reunirse
to assemble, to get together
robar
to steal
rogar
to ask, to ask for
romper
to break, to tear
saber
to know
sacar
to take out
salir
to go out
saltar
to jump
secar
to dry, to wipe dry
seguir
to follow, to continue
señalar
to signal, to indicate
sentarse
to sit down
sentir
to seat
sentirse
to feel (well, sick)
ser
to be
servir
to serve
significar
to mean, to signify
sonar
to sound, to ring
soñar (con)
to dream (of)
sonreír
to smile
sorprender
to surprise
subir
to go up, to climb
sugerir
to suggest
sujetar
to fasten
tapar
to close, to cover
tardar (en)
to delay in
tener
to have
terminar
to end, to terminate
tocar
to play music, to touch
tomar
to take, eat, drink
trabajar
to work
traducir
to translate
traer
to bring
tratar (de)
to try to
usar
to use, to employ, to wear
utilizar
to utilize
vaciar
to empty
valer
to cost, to be worth
vejar
to stay awake
vender
to sell
venir (a)
to come
ver
to see
vestir.
to dress
vestirse
to dress oneself
viajar
to travel
vigilar
to watch, keep watch
visitar
to visit
vivir
to live
volar
to fly