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1. To hang out (ROPA)
2. To lay (out) (tumbar)
3. To stretch out; to spread

Tender

* irreg. present tense:
Yo tiendo...
Tu tiendes...

1

1. To drain (bañera, agua)

Desaguar

- desaguar en: to flow into

2

1. To rinse
2. To rinse oneself/ one's mouth/ hair etc

Enjuagar

- enjuagarse el pelo

3

To Pay Attention

Hacer caso

"El niño no hizo caso a los consejos de su padre"

4

To go back on one's word

Desdecir

5

To predict; to forecast

Predecir

6

To appoint; to assign

Adscribir

7

To enroll; to engrave (grabar)

Inscribir

8

To place in front

Anteponer

9

1. To fix
2. To compose (música)
3. To make up (formar, ser parte de)

Componer

10

1. To oppose
2. To counter; to set against eachother

Contraponer

11

1. To entertain (divertir)
2. To distract (despistar)

Entretener

12

1. To drop, to set aside
2. To remove from office; to depose (líder)

Deponer

13

To impose

Imponer

14

To oppose

Oponer

15

To postpone (aplazar)

Posponer

16

1. To unwind
2. To unwrap

Desenvolver

17

1. To wrap

Envolver

18

1. To cover up; to conceal (delitos)

Encubrir

19

1. To delay; to postpone

Retrasar

20

1. To replace (existencias, trabajador)

Reponer

21

1. To return

Regresar

22

1. To prevent

Prevenir

23

1. To keep away
2. To move away

Alejar

24

1. To define (funciones)
2. To set the boundaries of (terreno)

Delimitar

25

1. To belong

Pertenecer

26

1. To bring closer (aproximar)

Acercar

"Acércame el pan?" (Could you pass me the bread?)

27

1. To convene (reunión)
2. To call (huelga)

Convocar

28

1. To embrace, to cover (incluir)
2. To be able to see, to have a view of
3. To contain, to comprise (contener)

Abarcar

29

1. To scare, to frighten

Atemorizar

30

1. To provide (abastecer)
2. To supply

Proveer

31

1. To glimpse (por un instante)
2. To barely make out (vislumbrar)
3. To see signs of (adivinar)

Entrever


"No se entreve una solución"
(There is no sign of a solution)

32

1. To guess (acertar)

Adivinar

"! Adivina en qué mano está la moneda !"
(Guess which hand has the coins in it!)

33

1. To suppose (creer)

Suponer

"Suponiendo que..." (Supposing/assuming that...)

"Supongo que sí/no..." (I suppose/ expect so/not...)

34

1. To forsee, to anticipate (anticipar)
2. To plan (planear)

Prever

"Como era de prever..." (As was to be expected..."

35

1. To give back; to return
2. To throw up

Devolver

"Si ya lo tiene, lo puedo devolver?"
(En tienda)

36

1. To stir (mezclar) (líquido); to toss
2. To turn upside down, to mess up
3. To upset (irritar) *

Revolver

* "me revuelve el estómago"
(It makes my stomach turn)

37

1. To uproot (árbol); to pull up (malas hierbas)
2. Tear off (página, pelo)
3. To snatch (algo a alguien)

Arrancar

38

1. To place, to put (un lugar, en una posición)

Colocar

"Vuelve a colocar ese libro donde estaba"
(Put that book back where it was)

39

1. To pack

Empacar

40

1. To be wrong; be mistaken

Equivocarse (no tener razón)

"Te equivocas, eso no es así"
(You're wrong, it's not like that)

41

1. To make, to manufacture (producir)
2. To build (construir)
3. To make up (inventar)

Fabricar

42

1. To indicate (señalar)

Indicar

"Me indicó el camino"
(He showed me the way)

43

1. To mark, to flag

Marcar

44

1. To chew

Masticar

"Hay que dárselo todo masticado"
(You need to spoon feed him)

45

1. To give birth

Dar a luz

Parir

46

1. To place, to put (colocar) (mueble, persona)
2. To LOCATE (situar)
3. To find, to locate (encontrar)

Ubicar

- mostly used for location

47

1. To add (a to) (añadir)

Agregar

48

1. To turn off (luz)
2. To put out (fuego, incendio)

Apagar

49

1. To allege; to claim

Alegar

"Alegar que..." (To claim that...)

50

1. To load (llenar) (vehículo, arma, cámara)
2. To refill (pluma, machero)

Cargar

51

1. To punish

Castigar

"Castigaron los niños sin cena"
(They punished the children without dinner)

52

1. To hang (suspender)
2. To hang up (teléfono)

Colgar


"Me colgó en mitad de la frase"
(She hung up on me when I was mid-sentence)

53

1. To judge

Juzgar

54

1. To order
2. To put someone in charge

Encargar

55

1. To deliver
2. To hand in

Entregar

56

1. To glue
2. To stick; to hit

Pegar

57

1. To water

Regar


Prsnt irreg.: riego, riegas, riega...

58

1. To beg
2. To pray

Rogar


Present irreg: ruego, ruegas, ruega...

59

1. To mow
2. To reap; to cut

Segar


Present irreg: siego, siegas, siega...

60

1. To wander

Vagar

61

1. To lift, to raise (levantar); to BOOST
2. To raise (voz)
3. To raise (aumentar)

Alzar

62

1. To reach; to achieve
2. To catch up

Alcanzar

63

1. To threaten (persona)

Amenazar

64

1. To allow (dar permiso a)
2. To approve; to authorize

Autorizar

65

1. To enjoy oneself

Gozar

"Gozar con" - to take delight in

66

1. To throw (tirar)
2. To launch; to hurl, fling (con fuerza)

Lanzar

67

1. To make (ejecutar)
2. To perform (trabajo, operación)
3. To fulfill (hacer real)

Realizar

68

1. To pray (orar)

Rezar

69

1. To calm (down) (calmar)
2. To reassure (dar confianza a)

Tranquilizarse

70

1. To stumble, to trip
2. To run into s.o. (Con alguien)

Tropezar

71

1. To warn

Advertir

72

1. To regret it (lamentar) (de acción)
2. To be sorry; to repent

Arrepentirse

73

1. To compete

Competir (con/por with/for)

74

1. To conceive (plan, hijo)
2. To imagine (imaginar)

Concebir

75

1. To obtain, to get (obtener)
2. To achieve (un objetivo)

Conseguir

76

1. To convert, to transform

Convertir

77

1. To correct (error)
2. To mark (examen)

"Corrígeme si me equivoco, pero creo que..."

Corregir

78

1. To undress

Desvestirse

79

1. To melt (licuar)
2. To thaw (nieve)

Derretirse

80

1. To differ
2. To postpone; to put off (disponer)

Diferir

81

1. To digest (comida)
2. To assimilate, take in (noticias, hechos)

Digerir

82

1. To choose, to select (escoger)
2. To elect (por votación)

Elegir

Present irreg: elijo, eliges, elige, ...

83

1. To issue (passaporte, discreto)
2. To send, to dispatch

Expedir

84

1. To moan, to whine

Gemir

Present irreg: gimo, gimes, gime, gemimos, gemís, gimen

85

1. To hurt, to injure (físicamente)
2. To wound

Herir

Present irreg.: hiero, hieres, hiere, herimos, herís, hieren

86

1. To swallow, to consume, to ingest

Ingerir

Present irregular.: ingiero, ingieres, ingiere...

87

1. To invest

Invertir

Present irreg: invierto, inviertes, invierte...

88

1. To measure

Medir

Pres irreg: mido, mides, mide...

89

1. To chase, pursue (seguir, tratar de obtener)
2. To persecute

Perseguir

Pres irreg: persigo, persigues, persigue...

90

1. To forsee
2. To feel; have a premonition

Presentir

Pres irreg: presiento, presientes, presiente....

91

1. To continue
2. To carry on

Proseguir


Pres irreg: prosigo, prosigues, prosigue, proseguimos...

92

1. To refer
2. To tell, to recount

Referir

Pres. irreg: refiero, refieres, refiere,

93

1. To govern; to rule; to manage

Regir

Pres irreg: rijo, riges, rige, regimos, regís, rigen

94

1. To surrender; to yield
2. To exhaust, to tire out

Rendirse

Pres. irreg: rindo, rindes, rinde, rendimos...

95

1. To argue, to scold

Reñir

Pres irreg: riño, riñes, riñe, reñimos...

96

1. To need, to require (necesitar)

Requerir

97

1. To follow
2. To continue

Seguir

Pres irreg: sigo, sigues, sigue

98

1. To smile

Sonreír

Pres irreg: sonrío, sonríes, sonríe, sonreímos, sonreís, sonríen

99

1. To suggest

Sugerir

Pres irreg: sugiero, sugieres, sugiere...

100

1. To dye (ropa, pelo)

Teñir

Pres irreg: tiño, tiñes, tiñe, teñimos, teñís, tiñen

101

1. To overwhelm

Abrumar

"Me sentía abrumado por los acontecimientos."
(I felt overwhelmed by events)

* arrollar (enemy, opponent)

102

1. To ignore; to disregard

Desoír


Irreg present: desoigo, desoyes, desoye, desoímos, desoís, desoyen

Irreg preterit: desoí, desoíste, desoyó, desoímos, desoísteis, desoyeron

103

1. To own (ser dueño de)

Poseer

104

1. To supply, to provide

Proveer

*3rd person preterit: proveyó

105

1. To relapse (enfermo)
2. To fall back to

Recaer

Irregular Present: recaigo
Irreg preterit: recaí, recaíste, recayó... Recayeron

106

1. To flee ( de - from)
2. To escape (escapar)
3. To avoid

Huir


Irreg Present: huyo, huyes, huye, huimos, huís, huyen
Irreg Preterit: huí, huíste, huyó, huímos, huísteis, huyeron

107

1. To attribute
2. To confer

Atribuir


Irreg Pres: atribuyo, atribuyes, atribuye...
Irreg Pret: atribuí, atribuiste, atribuyó...atribuyeron

108

1. To make up (componer)
2. To constitute; to set up

Constituir

109

1. To build; to construct

Construir

110

1. To conclude

Concluir

111

1. To demolish; to knock down

Derruir

Irreg Pres: derruyo, derruyes, derruye, ... Derruyen
Irreg Pret: derruí, derruiste, detruyó, ... Derruyeron

112

1. To dismiss
2. To remove from office

Destituir

Irreg pres.: destituyo, destituyes, destituye... Destituyen
Irreg Pret: destuí, destituiste, destituyó.... destituyeron

113

1. To destroy

Destruir

114

1. To dilute

Diluir

115

1. To reduce; to decrease

Disminuir

Irreg pres: disminuyo, disminuyes, disminuye, ... Disminuyen
Irreg Pret: disminuí, disminuiste, disminuyó... Disminuyeron

116

1. To train

Entrenar

117

1. To distribute

Distribuir

118

1. To exclude (dejar fuera)
2. To omit; to keep out

Excluir

119

1. To flow

Fluir

120

1. To imbue (to impregnate or inspire with feelings)

Imbuir (de - with)

121

1. To include

Incluir

"A mí no me incluyas" (count me out)

122

1. To influence

Influir

123

1. To sense
2. To have a feelings

Intuir

124

1. To establish (fundar)
2. To found (premio)
3. To appoint (nombrar)

Instituir

125

1. To instruct, to train, to coach

Instruir

126

1. To block, to obstruct (bloquear)

Obstruir

127

1. To betray (amigo, ideal)
2. To give away (ser descubierto por)

Traicionar

128

1. To reveal (descubrir)
2. To disclose; to show

Revelar

129

1. To seclude, to imprison

Recluir

130

1. To reconstitute (rehacer)
2. To reconstruct

Reconstituir

131

1. To rebuild (edificio, país)

Reconstruir

132

1. To redistribute

Redistribuir

133

1. To avoid
2. To reject

Rehuir

134

1. To return (devolver, objeto)
2. To restore (restaurar)

Restituir

Restituirse a - to return to

135

1. To substitute
2. To replace

Sustituir (por - with/for)

Irreg Pres: sustituyo, sustituyes, sustituye, sustituimos, sustituís, sustituyen
Irreg Pret: sustituí, sustituiste, sustituyó...sustituyeron

136

1. To thank; to be grateful for (dar las gracias)

Agradecer

"Te lo agradezco mucho" (I'm very grateful to you)

"Le agradezco su interés" (thank you for your interest)

137

1. To bribe

Sobornar

138

1. To Brown (comida)
2. To tan (piel)
3. To gild (cubrir con oro)

Dorar

139

1. To endow
2. To provide (proveer)
3. To equip

Dotar

"Dotar (a) algo de" ( to provide sth with sth)

140

1. To wet, to soak

Mojar

141

1. To exchange

Cambiar por

142

1. To attract; to draw (atención)
2. To attract (gustar)

Atraer

Pres irreg: atraigo, atraes...

Pret irreg: atraje, atrajiste, atrajo, atrajimos, atrajisteis, atrajeron

143

1. To contract (encoger)

Contraer

144

1. To contradict

Contradecir

145

1. To remove (quitar), seperate, take away
2. To turn aside (desviar)

Detraer

146

1. To retract
2. To withdraw, retreat

Retraer

147

1. To remove, extract
2. To subract (Math)

Sustraer

"Sustraer a/ de"- to avoid (obligación, problema)

148

1. To redirect (desviar)
2. to return (devolver)

Reconducir

Irreg Pres: reconduzco, reconduces...
Irreg Pret: reconduje, recondujes, recondujiste, recondujo, recondujimos, recondujisteis, recondujeron

149

1. To produce
2. To cause; to give rise to

Producir

Irreg Pres: produzco, produces, ..
Irreg Pret: produje, produjiste, produjo, produjimos, produjisteis, produjeron

150

1. To subsidize (precios, industria)

Subvencionar

151

1. To pawn

Empeñar

152

1. To carry out (función, misión)
2. To hold (cargo, puesto)
3. To redeem, get out of debt

Desempeñar

153

1. To leak; to escape

Fugar

154

1. To swallow

Tragar

155

1. To choke

Atragantarse

156

1. To push
2. To shove

Empujar

157

1. To vanish
2. To blur, to soften

Esfumar

158

1. To disguise (con traje)
2. To disguise (intenciones, verdad, hechos)
3. To hide, conceal (nervios, sentimientos)

Disfrazar

159

Acaparar

1. To monopolize, to hoard
"Acaparada las miradas de todos"- all eyes were on her

"Los reyes están en Holanda donde Letizia y Máxima acapararon la atención"

160

Ratear

1. To pilfer, to steal

161

Arrastrarse

1. To drag (move along The ground)
2. To crawl; to creep; to slither

"Los serpientes se arrastran"

162

Verter

1. To pour

163

1. To infest

Plagar

164

1. To spoil, to ruin (estropear) (fiesta, etc)
2. To bother (molestar), to annoy

Fastidiar

"Su actitud me fastidia mucho" - i find his attitude very annoying

165

Remitir

1. To send; to refer

166

Roncar

To snore

167

To sneeze

Estornudar

168

Darse cuenta

To realize

169

Darse prisa

To hurry up

170

Irse de juerga

Go partying/ go on a spree

171

To give proof

Dar prueba

172

1. To poke out
2. To come out; to show ones face

Asomar

"Ni por asomas"

173

1. To give up, to stop (de hacer algo ...doing sth)
2. To cease

Desistir

174

1. To mislead, to divert
2. To distract (distraer)

Despistar

"El ruido me despista" -(the noise is distracting me)

175

To graze

Pastar

176

To damage, to break down (coche, máquina)

Averiarse

177

To dusk

Anochecer

178

1. To frustrate
2. To thwart

Frustrar

179

1. To blow up, to inflate
2. To swell up

Hincharse

"Se me ha hinchado el brazo"- my arm has swollen up
"Se hinchó a comer"- She stuffed herself

180

1. To devote (tiempo, energía, dinero)
2. To use (espacio, cuarto)
3. To dedicate (libro, monumento)

Dedicarse

181

To bother

Tener la molestía (de hacer algo)

182

1. Take a stroll

Dar un paseo

183

1. To find out

Enterarse

Enterarse a alguien de algo- inform s.o. about smtg

"Pues está mañana me he enterado de que Juan y Elena dejaron de vivir juntos hacían varias semanas"

184

To beg

Pedir limosna

185

1. To shiver (de frío, de miedo)

Tiritar

186

To crush

Aplastar

187

1. To break (romper)
2. To weaken (debilitar)
3. To go bankrupt

Quebrarse

188

1. To creak (Madera)
2. To crackle, to crunch

Crujir

"Las maderas crujían..."

189

1. To utter
2. To hurl (insultos)

Proferir


Irreg pret: profirío, profirieron

190

1. To empower; to authorize

Apoderar


*apoderarse - to seize

191

1. To play the lead; to be involved in

Protagonizar

192

1. Take a stroll

Dar un paseo

193

Calar

1. To soak
2. To penetrate

194

Ser un cachondeo

To be a laugh

195

Tomarse algo a cachondeo

To treat something as a joke

196

Flaquearse

1. To weaken

197

1. To claim,
2. to demand, to ask for (exigir, pedir)

Reclamar

"Le he reclamado todo el dinero que me debe"

198

1. To be mistaken

Equivocarse


Me equivoqué

199

1. To ship
2. To send

Expedir

200

1. To show
2. To display

Exponer


Irreg p.p.: expuesto

201

1. To object

Oponer


Irreg: opuesto

202

1. To rot
2. To putrify

Pudrirse


Irreg p.p.: podrido

203

1. To reoffend

Recaer

204

1. To imprison

Recluir (se)

205

1. To restore

Recomponer


*recompuesto

206

1. To shy away from

Rehuir

207

1. To revise

Releer

208

1. To put back

Reponerse


*respuesto

209

1. To repress

Reprimir

210

1. To withdraw

Retraer

211

1. To satisfy

Satisfacer


* satisfecho

212

1. To seduce

Seducir

213

1. To sign

Suscribir

*suscrito

214

1. To steal

Sustraer

215

1. To mix; to stir

Revolver

* Revuelto

216

1. To risk

Arriesgarse

No quiero arriesgarme -
I don't want to risk it

217

1. To involve; to jeopordize

Comprometer

Las imágenes no deben comprometer a ninguno de los asistentes a la cena

218

To have a good time , have fun

Pasarlo/ a bien


Pasárselo bien

219

1. To fill (to The brim); to heap
2. To fufill (aspiración, deseo)

Colmar

220

1. To oppress
2. To press (bóton)

Oprimir

Oprima el número nueve - press number nine

221

1. To hurry (meter/darse prisa)
2. To finish off (Agotar) ; To exhaust (existencias, la paciencia)
3. To worry (about) por

Apurarse

"Apura tu copa, que nos vamos"
- drink up, we're going

222

1. To complain

Quejarse (reclamar for formal complaints)

Se quejaron a los vecinos- they complained to The neighbors

223

1. to roast (al horno)
2. To grill; to broil

Asar (to roast)

Asar a la parrilla (to grill)

224

To make excuses

Poner excusas

"Finalmente decidí dejar de poner excusas e intentarlo"
- finally I decided to stop making excuses and go for it

225

1. To give the reason
2. To justify

Dar la rázon

226

1. To coat in batter or bread crumbs

Rebozar

227

1. To encourage (animar)

Alentarse

Alentar a alguien a hacer algo

"Las condiciones económicas alentaron la llegada de inmigrantes a España..."

228

1. To shuffle (cartas)
2. To consider (considerar- nombres, posibilidades)

Barajar

"Mientras, los países europeos siguen barajando medidas de control"

229

1. To turn down (rechazar)
2. To look down on, turn one's nose up at (despreciar)

Desestimar

230

To be about to (do something)

Estar a punto de + infinitive

231

To be in agreement

To agree (with)

Estar conforme

Estar de acuerdo (con)

232

To be about to do (sthng)

Estar para + inf.

233

To be in favor of

Estar por

234

1. To file

Archivar

235

1. To encourage
2. To enliven
3. To motivate, to drive

Animar

1. "Mis padres siempre me han animado a estudiar"
2. "Ese grupo sabe cómo animar una fiesta"

236

1. To enliven; to get energized
2. To cheer up

AnimarSE

1. "Ella siempre se anima antes de salir a bailar a salsa"
2. "La vista de mi abuela me ánimo" (my grandma's visit cheered me up)

237

1. To sway (árbol, persona)
2. To wobble (mesa, silla)
3. To dangle

Bambolearse

238

1. To rock (en silla)
2. To swing (en columpio, hamaca)

Mecerse

Irreg YO present tense: mezo , meces, mece, mecéis, mecen

239

1. To dig; to scratch;
2. To rummage

Escarbar

240

1. To touch (emotion), to move emotionally

Conmover (to move, to touch)

Conmoverse (to be moved, touched)

Irreg Pres tense: conmuevo, conmueves, conmueve, conmovemos, conmovéis, conmueven

241

1. To blink

Parpadear (luz y ojos) pestañear (sólo ojos)

242

1. To inherit

Heredar (from de)

243

1. To hesitate (dudar o hablar); vacillate (vacilar)
2. To Stutter (balbucear)

Titubear (titubeante)

"No titubear en hacer algo"- don't hesitate to do sth

"Respondió sin titubear"- he answered with no hesitation

244

1. To burgle (casa), ransack
2. To rob (persona)

Desvalijar

"Los ladrones desvalijaron 14 oficinas, todas ellas del sector frutícola."

245

1. To harden or toughen (objecto o piel)
2. To strengthen (body)
3. Toughen up (carácter)

Endurecer

"Endurecer la piel puede eliminar las ampollas" - toughening skin can eliminate blisters

246

1. To tread on (con el piel), To step on, walk on

Pisar

"Prohibido pisar el césped"

247

1. To keep awake
2. To unveil, to reveal, to tell (noticia, secreto)

Desvelarse

248

1. To poison

Envenenarse

249

1. To purr

Ronronear

250

1. To vent (ira)
2. To relieve, to ease (contar penas), unburden

Desahogar

"Desahogó sus penas"- she unburdened herself of her woes
Desahogarse- let off steam
"Me desahogué diciéndole todo lo que pensaba"

251

1. To move away (alejar)
2. To remove (quitar)
3. To separate (separar)

Apartarse

"Apartar la mirada"- to look away

252

1. To splash around

Chapotear

Chapotea en el barro- he splashes in the mud

253

1. To ruin (también figurativo)

Arruinarse

"Por arruinar mi prometedora carrera..."

254

1. To clarify, to explain (puntualizar)
2. To tinge (teñir) with (de)
3. To blend; to tone down; to match (arte)

Matizar

"Matizar que"- to explain that...

255

1. To bug (molestas)
2. To mess up (estropear)(fiestas, planes)

Jorobarse

256

1. To look like

Asemejar (a)

Asemejarse (a)- to be similar to

257

1. To attach (documento en correo electrónico)
2. To enclose (en una carta)

Adjuntar

258

1. To feed (give food o figurativo)
2. To nourish

Alimentar

"Alimentaste al bebe?"- did you feed The baby?

"La lectura alimenta la imaginación"- reading fires/feeds The imagination

259

1. To shoot; to execute by firing squad

Fusilar

260

1. To vilify, to revile (ofender)
2. To despise (despreciar)

Vilipendiar

261

1. To practise
2. To rehearse

Ensayar

262

1. To sob

Sollozar

263

1. To throw, throw oneself
2. To fling, to hurl

Arrojar

'Ella arrojó el anillo al mar; ya no querría saber más de su ex-esposo'

264

1. To undertake
2. To start ((trabajo)
3. To set off on (viaje)

Emprender

265

1. To turn to sby (buscar ayuda)
2. To resort to something
3. To appeal (ley)

Recurrir

-recurrir a alguien
-recurrir a algo
- (3) "Barney recurre la fianza de 88 millones por excesiva"

266

1. To reduce
2. To decrease

Disminuir

-irreg Pres: disminuyo, disminuyes, disminuye, disminuimos, disminuís, disminuyen

267

1. To avoid (persona, discusión)
2. To dodge (golpe)

Esquivar

268

1. To tally, add up
2. To square off

Cuadrar

269

Reconocer

1. To recognize
"?me reconoces en este foto?
2. To admit an error
"Mi padre reconoció que se había equivocado"

270

1. To vent
2. To let off steam

Desfogarse

271

1. To put on top
2. To overcome; to triumph over; to win through (pronominal)

1. Sobreponer
2. Sobreponerse

"A pesar de las dificultades de los últimos años han sabido sobreponerse en un admirable esfuerzo..."

272

1. To shelter, to wrap up, to protect
2. To cherish

Abrigar

"Esta chaqueta no abriga nada"

273

Paladear

1. To savor; to taste

"Una oportunidad única para paladear la esencia de la Fiesta Nacional"

274

Repletar

1. To fill completely
2. To stuff full; pack tight

"Les deseo que disfruten de estas fiestas de San Isidro, repletas de música con conciertos..."

275

1. To praise

Alabar

276

Aporrear

1. To bang on (puerta, piano)
2. To beat up (dar una paliza a)
3. To beat (pegar)

"Los Zaldikos también van armadas con vergas (Yard stick) y aporrean los niños"