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501 Portuguese Verbs

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abaixar (-se)
to lower, go down; to turn down (as to lower); (-se) to bend over, to duck
abandonar
to abandon, leave; to desert
aborrecer (aboxe'sex)
to upset, displease, annoy, bother; to bore
abotoar
to button, fasten
abraçar
to hug, embrace, seize
abrir
to open
absorver
to absorb
acabar; acabar de
to finish, complete; to end; (acabar de) to have jusst
acalmar, alcalmarse
to calm (down); (-se) to become calm, calm down
acariciar
to caress, pet, stroke
aceitar
to accept
acender
to light; to turn on
achar; achar que
to find; (- que) to believe, think (as to have an opinion)
acomodar
to accommodate; to soothe, comfort; to lodge, house, put up
acompanhar
to accompany; to follow (along)
aconselhar
to advise
acontecer
to happen, take place, occur
acordar
to wake up
acostumar
to accustome; (-se a) to get or be used or accustomed to
acreditar
to believe (in)
acrescentar
to add to; to increase
acudir
to go or rush to the aid or help of
acumular
to accumulate; to accrue; to amass
adiar
to postpone, defer, put off
adivinhar
to guess; to predict
adoecer
to get or become sick or ill
adorar
to adore, love; to worship
adormecer
to fall asleep
adquirir
to acquire, obtain, procure
advertir
to warn, caution
afastar
to move or push away; (-se) to go away, depart
afligir
to worry distress; (-se) get or become worried or distressed
afogar
to drown
agarrar
to grab, grasp, seize; (-se a) to hang or hold on to
agir
to act, behave, perform
agradecer
to thank
ajoelhar
(-se) to kneel; to make (someone) kneel
ajudar
to help, aid; to assist
alegrar
to make happy; (-se de or com) to be or become happy
alimentar
to feed, nourish
almoçar
to have lunch
alterar
to alter, modify; to falsify, counterfeit
alugar
to rent
amar
to love
ameaçar
to threaten
amolecer
to soften; to relent
ampliar
to enlarge, expand
analisar
to analyze
andar
to walk
animar
to cheer up; to encourage
aniquilar
to annihilate, exterminate
anoitecer
to get, become or grow dark
anunciar
to announce
apagar
to turn off; to put out (as fire); to erase
apaixonar
to turn on, impassion; (-se por) to fall in love with
apanhar
to catch, take
apertar
to tighten (up); to squeeze, pinch; to shake (a hand); t press or push (a button or key) (in Brazil)
apetecer
to be appetizing or appeal to; to feel like (doing something); to crave
apodrecer
to rot, get rotten, decay, decompose
apoiar
to support, rest
apontar
to aim or point at; to point out, indicate; to sharpen (to a point)
apostar
to bet, wager
apreciar
to appreciate, admire, value
aprender
to learn
apresentar
to introduce (to); to present, pose
apressar
to hurry, rush; (-se) to make haste, rush or hurry oneself
aproveitar
to take advantage of (as to seize an opportunity); (-se de) to take advantage of (as to exploit)
aproximar
to bring or draw near; (-se de) to approach, come or get near or close to
aquecer
to heat or warm up
arrancar
to pull, jerk, yank, tear out, up or off; to start (as a motor or engine)
arranjar
to fix; to arrange
arrebentar
to burst, break; to explode, pop
arrefecer
to cool (down)
arrepender-se
to regret, be sorry; to change one's mind; to repent
arriscar
to risk, venture; to endanger
arrotar
to burp, belch
arruinar
to ruin; (-se) to go broke
arrumar
to arrange; to tidy or clean up
assassinar
to murder assassinate
assinar
to sign; to subscribe
assistir
to attend; to watch (as television, movies, etc)
assobiar
to whistle
associar
to associate
assombrar
to astonish, amaze; to shock, surprise; to haunt
assustar
to frighten, scare; (-se) to get scared
atacar
to attack
atar
to tie, bind
atender
to answer (a door or telephone); to assist; to wait on
aterrorizar
to terrify, frighten; to terrorize
atingir
to hit, reach, arrive at; to attain, achieve
atirar
to throw, hurl; to shoot (a weapon)
atrair
to attract, draw
atravessar
to cross; to go or pass through
atropelar
to run over; to trample; to trip up
balançar
to sway, swing, wave; to balance
banhar
to bathe; (-se) to take a bath
barbear
to shave
bastar
to be enough or sufficient, suffice
bater
to know; to hit, beat
beijar
to kiss