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acampar
to camp
ahorrar
to save (money)
adorar
to adore
alquilar
to rent
andar
to walk
apagar
to turn off
arreglar
to fix
bailar
to dance
bajar
to descent
cambiar
to change
caminar
to walk
cantar
to sing
cazar
to hunt
cenar
to eat dinner
cocinar
to cook
comprar
to buy
confirmar
to confirm
cortar
to cut
cruzar
to cross
charlar
to talk, to chat
desear
to desire
doblar
to fold, to turn
descansar
to rest
durar
to last
esperar
to wait
escuchar
to lisen
estudiar
to study
exagerar
to exaggerate
facturar
to check
funcionar
to work, to run
ganar
to win
hablar
to talk
llamar
to call (someone)
llegar (de, a)
to arrive
llevar
to take
llorar
to cry
mandar
to order, to send
matar
to kill
mirar
to look, to watch (something)
mezclar
to mix
montar
to ride
nadar
to swim
necesitar
to need
pagar
to pay
pasar
to pass, to go, to spend
pelear
to fight
pescar
to fish
practicar
to practice
preguntar
to ask
presentar
to present
prestar
To lend; to loan,to borrow
regalar
to give (as a gift)
regatear
to bargain
regresar
to return, to come back
revisar
to check
roncar
to snore
sacar
to take out
tirar
to spill, to throw away
tocar
to play
tomar
to drink
trabajar
to work
transformar
to transform
usar
to use
viajar
to travel
visitar
to visit
aprender
to learn
beber
to drink
creer
to believe
comer
to eat
comprender
to understand
correr
to run
deber
should, ought to
leer
to read
meter (un gol)
to score (a goal)
vender
to sell
abrir|
to open
admitir
to admit
añadir
to add
compartir
to share
dividir
to divide
escribir
to write
recibir
to receive
subir
to go up
sufrir
to suffer
vivir
to live
conocer
to know
conducir
to drive
dar
to give
decir
to tell
estar
to be
lucir
to shine, to show off
hacer (la maleta, cama, mandado, cola, la tarea, un viaje, una excursión)
to do (the siutcase, bed, homework...)
ir
to go
parecer
to seem, to appear
poner (la mesa)
to put (the table)
salir (con, para, de)
to go out (with, for, of)
ser
to be
saber
to known
traer
to bring
tener (que, ganas de, dolor de, hambre, sed, años, celos, calor frío)
to feel (pain, cold...)
venir
to come
ver
to see
comenzar
to start
empezar
to begin
encender
to start (something)
pensar
to think
perder
to lose
preferir
to prefer
querer
to want
recomendar
to recommend
almorzar
to eat lunch
costar
to cost
dormir
to sleep
encontrar
to find
morir
to die
mostrar
to show
poder
to be able
volver
to come back
competir
to compete
freír
to fry
medir
to messure
repetir
to repeat
seguir
to follow
servir
to serve
jugar
to play
afeitarse
to shave one self
arreglarse
to get ready
asustarse
to get scare
bañarse
to take a bath
casarse
to get married
cepillarse
to brush oneself
cortarse
to cut oneself
ducharse
to take a shower
enamorarse
to fall in love (with)
encargarse
to be charged
entrenarse
to train
lavarse
to wash oneself
limarse
to file your nails
levantarse
to get up
llamarse
to be called
maquillarse
to put makeup
marearse
to get dizzy, to feel dizzy
mirarse
to watch oneself
ocuparse
to get busy
peinarse
to comb one's hair
pintarse
to paint, to polish
prepararse
to get ready
quedarse
to stay
quitarse
to take off
rascarse
to scratch
reunirse
to get together
romperse
to brake
secarse
to dry oneself
tonificarse
to tone up, to get in shape
irse
to go away
mantenerse (en forma)
to be in shape
ponerse (en forma)
to get in shape
aburrirse
to get board
alegrarse
to get happy
calmarse
to calm down
callarse
to be quiet
cansarse
to get tired
enfermarse
to get sick
enojarse
to get mad
enfadarse
to get angry
preocuparse
to worry
despertarse
to wake up
divertirse
to have fun
encerrarse
to lock oneself up
sentarse
to sit down
sentirse
to feel oneself
acostarse
to go to bed
dormirse
to go to sleep
moverse
to move oneself
probarse
to try on
tocarse
to touch oneself
vestirse
to dress oneself
agradar
to please
disgustar
to dislike
doler (o-ue)
to hurt
encantar
to love
gustar
to like
importar
to import
interesar
to be interesting
molestar
to bother
parecer
to seem, to appear
preocupar
to be worried
ocupar
to occupy, to use it
quedar
to be located, to stay
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