How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

203 terms

basic spanish verbs

random guys list of verbs that are probs useful
STUDY
PLAY
abrazar
to hug; to embrace
abrir
to open
aburrir
to bore
aburrirse
to be bored
aceptar
to accept
acordarse (de)
to remember
acostarse
to lay down oneself
actuar
to act
afeitarse
to shave oneself
agradecer
to be thankful; to be grateful
almorzar
to have lunch
andar
to walk
aprender
to learn
asistir (a)
to attend
asustarse
to be afraid
averiguar
to find out (information)
ayudar
to help
bailar
to dance
bañarse
to take a bath oneself
barrer
to sweep
beber
to drink
bajar
to go down
borrar
to erase
buscar
to look for (something)
caber
to fit
caer
to fall
caerse
to fall oneself
calentar
to heat up
callarse
to be quiet
caminar
to walk
cantar
to sing
casar
to perform a marriage
casarse (con)
to marry someone
cenar
to have dinner
cepillarse
to brush oneself
cerrar
to close
coger
to grab; to grasp
comer
to eat
comenzar
to begin
comprar
to buy
comprender
to understand
concluir
to conclude
conducir
to drive
conocer
to know (people and places)
conseguir
to obtain; to get
construir
to build
contar
to count; to narrate
contestar
to answer
continuar
to continue
contribuir
to contribute
convencer
to convince
corregir
to grade; to correct
correr
to run
creer
to believe
cubrir
to cover
dar
to give
cocinar
to cook
decidir
to decide
decir
to say
deber
ought to; should
dejar
to allow; to let; to leave behind
desayunar
to eat breakfast
desayunarse
to eat breakfast
descansar
to rest
despedirse (de)
to say good-bye
despertarse
to wake up
destruir
to destroy
devolver
to return (an object)
divertirse
to have fun
doler
to hurt
dormir
to sleep
dormirse
to fall asleep
ducharse
to take a shower
empezar
to begin
encantar
to enchant
encender
to turn on; to light
encontrar
to find
enojarse
to become angry
equivocarse
to make a mistake
enseñar
to teach; to show
entender
to understand
entrar
to enter
enviar
to send
envolver
to wrap
escoger
to choose
esconder
to hide
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen
esperar
to wait
estar
to be
estudiar
to study
explicar
to explain
fregar
to wash dishes and pots
graduarse
to graduate
gritar
to yell; to scream
guiar
to guide; to drive
hablar
to talk
hacer
to do; to make
hacerse
to become
huir
to flee; to run away
insistir (en)
to insist
invitar
to invite
ir
to go
irse
to go away
jugar
to play
lavar
to wash
lavarse
to wash oneself
leer
to read
levantarse
to get up
llamarse
to be called
llenar
to fill
llevar
to take; to bring; to wear; to carry
llorar
to cry
llover
to rain
maquillarse
to put make-up on
marcharse
to leave
medir
to measure
mentir
to lie
mirar
to look
morder
to bite
morir
to die
morirse
to die oneself
mover
to move
mudarse
to move from one house to another
nacer
to be born
necesitar
to need
negar
to deny
negarse (a)
to refuse to
nevar
to snow
obedecer
to obey
ofrecer
to offer
huir
to flee; to run away
oler
to smell
olvidar
to forget
olvidarse (de)
to forget
pagar
to pay
parecer
to seem
parecerse (a)
to look like
pasar
to pass; to spend time
pasearse
to take a walk
patinar
to skate
pedir
to ask for
peinarse
to comb one's hair
pensar
to think
perder
to lose
permitir
to allow; to permit
planchar
to iron
poder
to be able to
poner
to put
ponerse
to become
practicar
to practice
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to ask
preparar
to prepare
probar
to try
probarse
to try on
proteger
to protect
quedar (en)
to agree to
quedarse
to stay
quejarse
to complain
querer
to want; to love (not romantic)
quitar
to remove
quitarse
to take off oneself
recibir
to receive
recoger
to pick up
recordar
to remember
reconocer
to recognize
regresar
to return (to a place)
reírse
to laugh
reñir
to fight
repetir
to repeat
robar
to rob
romper
to break
saber
to know
sacar
to take out
salir
to go out
secarse
to dry oneself
seguir
to follow; to continue
sentarse
to sit down
sentir
to feel; to regret
sentirse
to feel
ser
to be
servir
to serve
sonreírse
to smile
subir
to go up
tener
to have
tocar
to play (an instrument); to touch; to knock on the door
tomar
to take; to drink
traducir
to translate
trabajar
to work
usar
to use
valer
to be worth
vencer
to conquer
vender
to sell
venir
to come
ver
to see
vestirse
to get dressed oneself
viajar
to take a trip
visitar
to visit
vivir
to live
volar
to fly
volver
to return; to do again
volverse
to become