Spanish II New Verbs (without numbers)

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Spanish II New Verbs (without numbers)

to hug

abrazar

to accept

aceptar

to approach

acercarse

to accompany

acompañar

to remember

acordarse (ue)

to get used to

acostumbrarse

to act, to behave

actuar

to thank

agradecer

to wait for

aguardar/esperar

to become happy or glad

alegrarse

to raise, to lift

alzar

to clap

aplaudir

to hurry

apresurarse

to throw/ to throw up

arrojar

to bake/ to roast

asar

to scare

asustar

to get scared

asustarse

to dare

atreverse

to find out

averiguar

to sweep

barrer

to fit

caber

to fall

caerse

to heat up

calentar (ie)

to marry

casarse (con)

to get married

casarse

collect

coleccionar

to hang, to hang up

colgar (ue)

to conclude

concluir

to confess

confesar (ie)

to trust

confiar

to consent

consentir

to consist

consistir

to catch a cold

constiparse/resfriarse

to convence

convencer

to invite

convidar/invitar

to cultivate

cultivar

to realize

darse cuenta (de)

to decide to do sth

decidirse a

to work as

dedicarse

to wish, to desire

desear

to say good-bye

despedirse (i)

to stop

detener/parar

to stop oneself

detenerse/pararse

to go to

dirigirse

to distinguish

distinguir

to have fun

divertirse (ie)

to fall asleep

dormirse (ue)

to pour

verter (ie)

to elevate

elevar

to be in charge of

encargarse

to get angry

enfadarse/enojarse

to enter/ to come in

entrar en

to make a mistake

equivocarse

to establish

establecer

to lack something

faltar

to govern

gobernar (ie)

to graduate

graduarse

to become (a profession)

hacerse

to find

hallar

to prevent

impedir (i)

to blow up/ to inflate

inflar

to insist

insistir

to interrupt

interrumpir

to fill

llenar

to put on make up

maquillarse

to leave

irse/marcharse/salir

to kill

matar

to deserve

merecer

to put inside

meter

to move to a house

mudarse

to be born

nacer

to deny

negar (ie)

to refuse

negarse a (ie)

to force

obligar

to forget

olvidarse

to suffer from (a disease)

padecer (de)

to look like/to resemble

parecerse

to borrow

pedir prestado

to remain

permanecer

to chase, to go after

perseguir

to belong

pertenecer

to possess

poseer

to lend

prestar

to taste (to try)

probar (ue)

to try on

probarse (ue)

to forbid

prohibir

to pronounce

pronunciar

to stay

quedarse

to complain

quejarse

to take away

quitar

to take off, to remove

quitarse

to laugh

reírse (i)

to dry

secar

to dry oneself

secarse

to sit down

sentarse (ie)

to feel (+ adj)

sentirse (ie)

to surprise

sorprender

to happen

suceder/ocurrir/pasar

to replace

sustituir

to delay/ to take X time

tardar

to be worth

valer

to defeat

vencer

to become (+ adj)

volverse (ue)

to stand up

pararse

to taste

saborear

to smile

sonreír

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