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Spanish II New Verbs (without numbers)

Spanish II New Verbs (without numbers)
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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