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  • abatir

    to knock down, overthrow, demolish

    abrasar

    to burn

    abrazar

    to embrace

    abrir

    to open

    absolver

    to absolve, to acquit

    abstenerse

    to abstain, to fast, to refrain from

    aburrir

    to bore

    aburrirse

    to be bored

    acabar

    to finish, to complete

    acelerar

    to accelerate, to speed, to hurry

    aceptar

    to accept

    acercar

    to bring or place near

    acercarse

    to approach

    acertar

    to do something right, to succeed, to guess right

    aclamar

    to acclaim, to applaud, to shout, to hail

    aclarar

    to explain, to rinse

    acompañar

    to accompany

    aconsejar

    to advise, to counsel

    acordar

    to agree

    acordarse

    to remember

    acostarse

    to go to bed. to lie down

    acostumbrar

    to be accustomed, to be in the habit of

    acudir

    to attend to, to respond to, to come to rescue

    acusar

    to accuse

    adelantar

    to advance

    adelantarse

    to go forward, to go ahead, to lead)

    adivinar

    to divine, to foretell, to guess, to solve

    admirar

    to admire

    admitir

    to admit, to grant, to permit

    adoptar

    to adopt

    adorar

    to adore, to worship

    adquirir

    to acquire, to get, to obtain

    advertir

    to advise, to give notice, to warn

    afeitarse

    to shave oneself

    agarrar

    to grasp, to obtain, to seize, to catch

    agitar

    to agitate (wave)

    agotar

    to exhaust, to use up

    agradar

    to please

    agradecer

    to thank

    agrandar

    to enlarge (grow large,exaggerate)

    agravar

    to aggravate

    agregar

    to add, to collect, to collate

    agrupar

    to group

    aguardar

    to expect, to wait for

    ahorrar

    to save

    alcanzar

    to reach, to overtake

    alegrar

    to make happy, to cheer up

    alegrarse

    to be happy

    almorzar

    to have lunch

    alquilar

    to hire, to rent

    alumbrar

    to illuminate, to light, to enlighten

    alzar

    to heave, to lift, to pick up

    amar

    to love

    añadir

    to add

    andar

    to walk, to go

    anunciar

    to announce

    apagar

    to turn off, to put out

    aparecer

    to appear

    aplaudir

    to applaud

    apoderarse

    to take power (take possession)

    apreciar

    to appreciate

    aprender

    to learn

    apresurarse

    to hurry

    aprobar

    to approve, to pass a test

    aprovecharse

    to take advantage

    apurarse

    to worry (grieve)

    arrancar

    pull up, to boot up a computer, to tear off, to start a motor

    arreglar

    to repair, to fix, to adjust, to regulate, to settle

    arrojar

    to throw

    articular

    to articulate

    asegurar

    to assure (insure)

    asir

    to seize, to grasp

    asistir

    to attend (to assist)

    asustarse

    to be frightened

    atacar

    to attack

    atenerse

    to rely on

    atraer

    to attract

    atravesar

    to cross, to go through

    atreverse

    to dare

    avanzar

    to advance

    avergonzar

    to shame

    averiguar

    to find out, to check out

    ayudar

    to help

    bailar

    to dance

    bajar

    to lower

    balbucear

    to stammer

    bañarse

    to bathe oneself

    barrer

    to sweep, to whisk

    bastar

    to be enough

    bautizar

    to baptize

    beber

    to drink

    bendecir

    to bless

    borrar

    to erase

    bostezar

    to yawn

    botar

    to bounce, to kick, to cast away

    broncear

    to tan

    bullir

    to bustle, to hustle, to boil

    burlarse

    to make fun of

    buscar

    to look for

    caber

    to fit into

    caer

    to fall

    calentar

    to heat up

    callarse

    to be silent

    calzar

    to wear shoes

    cambiar

    to change

    caminar

    to walk

    cansarse

    to become tired

    cantar

    to sing

    caracterizar

    to characterize

    cargar

    to load

    casarse

    to get married

    celebrar

    to celebrate

    cenar

    to have supper

    cepillar

    to brush

    cerrar

    to close

    certificar

    to certify (register a letter)

    charlar

    to chat

    chistar

    to mumble, to mutter, to say a word

    chupar

    to suck

    cocer

    to boil

    cocinar

    to cook

    coger

    to take (train etc), to grab, to catch

    colegir

    to deduce, to gather

    colgar

    to hang up

    colocar

    to place

    comenzar

    to start

    comer

    to eat

    competir

    to compete

    componer

    to compose

    comprar

    to buy, to shop

    comprender

    to understand

    conducir

    to drive, to conduct

    confesar

    to confess

    conocer

    to know (someone)

    conseguir

    to obtain, to get

    constituir

    to constitute (to make up of)

    construir

    to construct

    contar

    to count

    contener

    to contain

    contestar

    to answer

    continuar

    to continue

    contribuir

    to contribute

    convencer

    to convince

    convenir

    to convene, to agree

    convertir

    to convert

    convocar

    to call together

    corregir

    to correct

    correr

    to run

    cortar

    to cut

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