501 Verbs

to revoke, to repeal

revocar

to revolve, to turn around, to turn over, to turn upside down

revolver

to rob, to steal

robar

to supplicate, to ask, to ask for, to request, to beg, to pray

rogar

to break, to shatter, to tear

romper

to know, to know how

saber

to take out, to get

sacar

to shake, to jerk, to jolt

sacudir

to go out, to leave

salir

to jump, to leap, to hop, to spring

saltar

to greet, to salute

saludar

to satisfy

satisfacer

to dry, to wipe dry

secar

to dry oneself

secarse

to follow, to pursue, to continue

seguir

to signal, to indicate, to point out, to show

señalar

to sit down

sentarse

to feel sorry, to regret, to feel

sentir

to feel (well, ill)

sentirse

to separate, to detach, to sort, to set apart

separar

to serve

servir

to help, to aid, to assist, to succor

socorrer

to choke, to smother, to suffocate, to stifle

sofocar

to be accustomed to, to be in the habit of, to have the custom of

soler

to sob, to whimper

sollozar

to subdue, to subject, to surrender, to submit

someter

to ring, to echo, to resound, to sound

sonar

to dream

soñar

to smile

sonreír

to blow, to blow out

soplar

to surprise, to astonish

sorprender

to suspect

sospechar

to sustain, to support, to maintain, to uphold

sostener

to go up, to come up, to climb, to rise, to mount, to get on (a train, bus, etc.)

subir

to underline, to underscore, to emphasize

subrayar

to subscribe, to agree with, to sign

subscribir

to happen

suceder

to suffer, to endure, to bear up, to undergo

sufrir

to hint, to insinuate, to suggest

sugerir

to submerge, to plunge, to immerse, to sink

sumergir

to suppose, to assume

suponer

to suppress, to abolish, to cancel (in mathematics), to eliminate

suprimir

to surge, to appear, to spout, to spurt

surgir

to sigh

suspirar

to pluck, to play (a stringed instrument)

tañer

telefonear

to telephone

telegrafiar

to telegraph, to cable

temblar

to tremble, to quake, to quiver, to shake, to shiver

temer

to fear, to dread

tender

to extend, to offer, to stretch, to spread out, to hang out (washing)

tener

to have, to hold

tentar

to examine by touch, to feel with the fingers, to attempt, to try

terminar

to end, to terminate, to finish

venir

to come

tirar

to pull, to draw, to pitch (a ball), to shoot (a gun), to throw, to fling

ver

to see

tocar

to play (a musical instrument), to touch

tomar

to take, to have (something to eat or to drink)

zurcir

to darn, to mend

tostar

to toast, to tan, to roast (coffee)

trabajar

to work, to labor

traducir

to translate

traer

to bring

tratar

to try, to treat a subject

tropezar

to stumble, to blunder

unir

to connect, to unite, to join, to bind, to attach

usar

to use, to employ, to wear

utilizar

to utilize

vaciar

to empty

valer

to be worth

velar

to stay awake, to guard, to watch over

vencer

to conquer, to overcome, to defeat

vender

to sell

vestirse

to dress oneself, to get dressed

viajar

to travel

vigilar

to watch (over), to keep guard, to look out for

visitar

to visit

vivir

to live

volar

to fly

volver

to return, to go back

votar

to vote, to vow

yacer

to lie down, to be lying down, to lie in a grave

zumbar

to buzz, to hum, to flutter around

mostrar

to show, to point out

mover

to move, to persuade, to excite

mudarse

to change one's clothes, to change one's place of residence, to move

nacer

to be born

nadar

to swim

navegar

to navigate, to sail

necesitar

to need

negar

to deny

nevar

to snow

obedecer

to obey

observar

to observe

obtener

to obtain, to get

ocultarse

to hide oneself

ocupar

to occupy

ocurrir

to occur, to happen

ofrecer

to offer

oír

to hear

oler

to smell, to scent

olvidar

to forget

oponer

to oppose

ordenar

to order, to command, to put in order, to arrange

organizar

to organize, to arrange, to set up

osar

to dare, to venture

pagar

to pay

parar

to stop (someone or something)

pararse

to stop (oneself)

parecer

to seem, to appear

parecerse

to resemble each other, to look alike

partir

to leave, to depart, to divide, to split

to pass (by), to happen, to spend (time)

pasar

to take a walk, to parade

pasearse

to ask for, to request

pedir

to beat, to hit, to slap, to stick, to glue, to paste

pegar

to comb one's hair

peinarse

to think

pensar

to perceive

percibir

to lose

perder

to pardon, to forgive, to excuse

perdonar

to permit, to admit, to allow, to grant

permitir

to pertain, to appertain, to belong

pertenecer

to paint

pintar

to make up (one's face), to tint, to color (one's hair, lips, etc.)

pintarse

to tread (on), to step on, to trample

pisar

to gratify, to humor, to please

placer

to chat, to talk over, to discuss

platicar

to be able, can

poder

to put, to place

poner

to put on (clothing), to become, to set (of sun)

ponerse

to possess, to own

poseer

to practice

practicar

to predict, to forecast, to foretell

predecir

to preach

predicar

to prefer

preferir

to ask, to inquire, to question

preguntar

to be concerned, to worry, to be worried

preocuparse

to prepare

preparar

to be prepared, to get ready, to prepare oneself

prepararse

to present, to display, to show, to introduce

presentar

to lend

prestar

to begin

principiar

to test, to prove, to try, to try on

probar

to try on (clothes)

probarse

to proclaim, to promulgate

proclamar

to produce, to cause

producir

to prohibit, to forbid

prohibir

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