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Capítulo 4: La familia

Pasajes Lengua sexta edición by Bretz, dvorak, kirshner, bransdorfer p. 113 46 vocab (well, actually 31 because I took out the family nouns because we had them in another book (see extra vocab chapter 1) plus ¡Ojo! section
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casarse con
to marry
castigar
to punish
criar
to raise, bring up
cuidar
to take care of
disciplinar
to discipline
discutir
to argue
divorciarse de
to divorce
enamorarse de
to fall in love with
estar a cargo (de)
to be in charge (of)
golpear
to hit
llevar una vida feliz/difícil
to lead a happy/difficult life
mimar
to (indulge,) spoil (a person)
pelear(se)
to fight
portarse bien/mal
to behave/misbehave
el cariño
affection
el castigo
punishment
la crianza
child-rearing
la disciplina
discipline
el divorcio
divorce
el(la) hijo(a) único(a)
only child
el(la) huérfano(a)
orphan
el matrimonio
matrimony; married couple
el noviazgo
courtship
el(la) novio(a)
boyfriend(girlfriend) (fiancé(e))
la pareja
couple (partner)
la sangre
blood
el(la) viudo(a)
widower(widow)
bien educado(a)
well-mannered
cariñoso(a)
affectionate
malcriado(a)
bad-mannered (ill-mannered) (m)
mal educado(a)
illl-mannered (me)
Soportar
To tolerate (to put up with)
Mantener
to support financially
Apoyar
To support (in the sense of "to back" or "to favor"
Sostener
To support (in the physical sense of "hold" or "hold up"
Cerca (de)
Close (referse to the phycial proximity of people or objects)
Cercano(a)
Close (as in degree of blood relationship)
íntimo
Close (as in friendship and emotional ties)
Unido(a)
Close (as in closeness of friendship in family ties)
Importar
To be interested in (to care) (works like gustar verb)
Cuidar(se)
To take care for (or to take care of) (oneself)