Big List of Spanish Verbs III

201-300 verbs of a list of ~1500
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deshacer
to undo (destroy)
despedir
to throw (dismiss, fire)
despegar
to take off (airplane)
despertarse
to wake up
desprender
to release (let loose)
destruir
to destroy
desvestirse
to get undressed
detener
to stop (detain)
devolver
to return (refund, come back)
dibujar
to design (draw)
digerir
to digest (assimilate)
dirigir
to direct (manage a business)
discuplarse
to apologize
disponer
to place (make use)
distraerse
to amuse oneself
divertirse
to have a good time
dividir
to divide (split)
doler
to hurt (ache)
dormir
to sleep (rest)
dormirse
to fall asleep
ducharse
to take a shower
dudar
to doubt (hesitate)
durar
to last (endure, remain)
echar
to throw (pitch, cast)
educar
to educate
ejecutar
to execute
ejercer
to exert (practice a profession)
elegir
to choose (elect)
empezar
to begin (start)
emplear
to employ (use)
encantar
to like something (be delighted)
encender
to light (turn on)
encerrar
to enclose (lock up)
encontrar
to find
enfadarse
to get mad (anger)
enfermarse
to get sick (become ill)
engañar
to deceive (trick)
enojarse
to anger (get mad)
enseñar
to teach
entender
to understand
enterrar
to bury (inter)
entrar
to enter (be admitted)
entregar
to hand over (hand in, give in)
entretenerse
to amuse oneself
entrevistar
to interview
enviar
to send
envolver
to wrap (pack, get involved)
errar
to err (make a mistake, wander)
escofer
to choose (select)
esconderse
to hide oneself
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen (pay attention)
esparcir
to scatter (spread)
esperar
to wait (hope for)
esquiar
to ski
estacionar
to park (station)
estar
to be (exist)
estimar
to estimate (value, respect)
estudiar
to study
evaluar
to evaluate
evitar
to avoid
excluir
to exclude (expell)
excusar
to excuse
exigir
to demand (require)
explicar
to explain
expresar
to express (an idea)
extinguir
to extinguish (wipe out)
extraer
to extract (take out)
extraviar
to misplace (lose, get lost)
fabricar
to manufacture (make)
fallar
to judge (to fail)
faltar
to lack (need, miss)
fascinar
to be fascinated
felicitar
to congratulate
festejar
to feast (celebrate)
figurar
to appear (figure out, imagine)
fijar
to establish (stick, set)
fijarse
to take notice (pay attention)
financiar
to finance
fingir
to pretend (fake, feign)
firmar
to sign
fracasar
to fail (be unsuccessful)
fregar
to wash (scrub)
freír
to fry
frenar
to brake (restrain)
fumar
to smoke
funcionar
to function (work)
fundar
to found (establish)
ganar
to win (earn, gain)
gastar
to spend money (waste, wear out)
gemir
to groan (moan, wail)
girar
to trun (spin, revolve)
gobernar
to govern (rule)
golpear
to hit (strike, knock)
gozar
to enjoy (possess)
graduarse
to graduate as (guage)
granizar
to hail
guardar
to keep (guard, put away)
guiar
to guide (lead)
gustar
to like (be pleasing to)