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1

to abandon, leave behind, desert; to quit, give up

abandonar

2

to board, get on [plane, bus, etc.]; to approach, accost [a person]

abordar

3

to abort, cause to miscarry; to have a miscarriage

abortar

4

to hug, embrace

abrazar

5

to open

abrir

6

to bore; to tire, weary

aburrir

7

to go too far, take advantage

abusar

8

to finish, end

acabar

9

to camp, encamp, go camping

acampar

10

to accept, approve; to agree to

aceptar

11

to bring near[er], move [something] nearer

acercar

12

to approach

acercarse

13

to accompany, go with, escort

acompañar

14

to advise

aconsejar

15

to decide, resolve, agree [on]

acordar

16

to put to bed

acostar

17

to be accustomed to, be in the habit of; to get [someone] used to

acostumbrar

18

to act, perform, actuate, operate

actuar

19

to guess, fortell, prophesy; to guess correctly

adivinar

20

to admire, respect, look up to)

admirar

21

to admit, accept, allow, recognize

admitir

22

to adore, worship

adorar

23

to shave

afeitar

24

to make firm, steady, strengthen; to affirm, state, assert

afirmar

25

to afflict, to grieve, to pain, to distress

afligir

26

to please, be pleasing

agradar

27

to put up with, endure, bear, stand

aguantar

28

to reach, catch, catch up to, catch up with

alcanzar

29

to make happy, cheer [up], gladden

alegrar

30

to lunch, eat lunch, have lunch

almorzar

31

to rent; to rent out, let

alquilar

32

to love

amar

33

to threaten, menace

amenazar

34

to walk, go

andar

35

to be eager for/to, long for/to, yearn for/to

anhelar

36

to announce

anunciar

37

to add; to increase

añadir

38

to extinguish, put out, turn off

apagar

39

to appear [i.e., make an appearance

aparecer

40

to applaud, cheer, clap

aplaudir

41

to apply

aplicar

42

to support, hold up, prop up; to back

apoyar

43

to appreciate, value, esteem, estimate, notice

apreciar

44

to learn

aprender

45

to argue, contend, imply; to reproach, accuse

argüir

46

to throw, hurl, cast, toss

arrojar

47

to attend (a meeting)

asistir

48

to breath in, inhale; to suck in; to aspirate; to aspire

aspirar

49

to attack

atacar

50

to attend to, pay attention to

atender

51

to attract, draw, lure

atraer

52

to cross, cross over, go across, go over, pass through

atravesar

53

to increase, add to, augment; to be on the increase, rise

aumentar

54

to advance, move forward

avanzar

55

to warn, inform, notify

avisar

56

to help

ayudar

57

to dance

bailar

58

to lower, go down, descend, download

bajar

59

to give a bath [to someone], to bathe [someone]

bañar

60

to sweep, sweep clean, sweep out, sweep away

barrer

61

to beat, hammer, pound [on]

batir

62

to drink

beber

63

to kiss

besar

64

to erase, rub out, to cross out, obliterate, wipe out

borrar

65

to shine, sparkle, glitter, gleam

brillar

66

to deceive, trick; to seduce

burlar

67

to search for, look for

buscar

68

to fit [in something]

caber

69

to fall

caer

70

to calculate, compute, add up

calcular

71

to heat [up], warm [up]

calentar

72

to keep quiet about, pass over in silence; to hush

callar

73

to calm (down), quiet, soothe

calmar

74

to change

cambiar

75

to walk, go

caminar

76

to cancel; to wipe out, write off [debt]

cancelar

77

to tire, tire out, fatigue, wear out [someone or something])

cansar

78

to sing

cantar

79

to load, load up; to charge

cargar

80

to marry, join in marriage, join in wedlock

casar

81

to punish, penalize, castigate

castigar

82

to cause; to create, make

causar

83

to celebrate; to praise, applaud

celebrar

84

to eat supper, have supper; to eat dinner, have dinner; to dine; to have for supper [or dinner]

cenar

85

to censor; to censure, criticize, blame

censurar

86

to close, shut

cerrar

87

to cease, stop

cesar

88

to compete

competir

89

to buy, purchase

comprar

90

to understand, comprehend

comprender

91

to communicate, transmit, tell, pass on

comunicar

92

to drive, conduct

conducir

93

to confess

confesar

94

to trust, be trusting, entrust

confiar

95

to confirm, corroborate, endorse

confirmar

96

to share; to divide [up]

compartir

97

to chat, talk

charlar

98

to gossip

chismear

99

to shock; to startle; to be suprising, startling; to collide, crash

chocar

100

to clarify, illuminate, light [up], brighten

clarificar

101

to classify, grade, rate, sort

clasificar

102

to charge [a price]; to cash [a check]; to collect, receive [an amount]

cobrar

103

to cook; to do the cooking

cocinar

104

to catch, grasp, take hold of

coger

105

to confiscate

confiscar

106

to conjugate

conjugar

107

to know [people, places]

conocer

108

to get, obtain

conseguir

109

to consent to; to allow, permit; to tolerate, put up with; to admit; to agree, consent

consentir

110

to preserve, conserve; to keep, retain

conservar (to preserve, conserve; to keep, retain)

111

to consist [of], be composed [of]

consistir

112

to build, construct

construir

113

to consume, eat, use up

consumir

114

to contaminate, pollute; to corrupt

contaminar

115

to count, relate, tell

contar

116

to contain, hold

contener

117

to answer

contestar

118

to continue

continuar

119

to contribute

contribuir

120

to control; to inspect, check

controlar

121

to convince

convencer

122

to talk, converse; to tell, relate

conversar

123

to convert

convertir

124

to invite

convidar

125

to copy

copiar

126

to correct

corregir

127

to run

correr

128

to cut

cortar

129

to cost

costar

130

to create; to make

crear

131

to grow [up]

crecer

132

to believe

creer

133

to raise [children, animals, plants]; to nurse [babies]; to tend, cultivate [plants]; to bring up, educate [children]

criar

134

to criticize

criticar

135

to cover

cubrir

136

to take care of, look after

cuidar

137

to blame, accuse; to condemn

culpar

138

to cultivate; to grow

cultivar

139

to cure; to treat, dress [a wound)

curar

140

to give

dar

141

to owe; must, should, ought to

deber

142

to decide, settle, resolve

decidir

143

to say, tell

decir

144

to declare, state;

declarar

145

to decorate, adorn

decorar

146

to dedicate

dedicar

147

to defend

defender

148

to leave, abandon; to let, allow

dejar

149

to demonstrate, show

demostrar

150

to depend

depender

151

to deposit; to place; to put away, store

depositar

152

to melt, liquefy, thaw

derretir

153

to displease, be displeasing

desagradar

154

to be unthankful for, to be unappreciative of

desagradecer

155

to disappear

desaparecer

156

to eat breakfast, have breakfast

desayunar

157

to descend, lower

descender

158

to describe

describir

159

to discover

descubrir

160

to desire, want, wish

desear

161

to undo, unmake, ruin, spoil, take apart

deshacer

162

to say goodbye to, show out, dismiss

despedir

163

to awaken [somebody], wake up [somebody]

despertar

164

to destroy

destruir

165

to stop; to hold up, delay; to arrest, detain

detener

166

to detest, hate

detestar

167

to return, give back

devolver

168

to draw, sketch, depict

dibujar

169

to direct

dirigir

170

to design

diseñar

171

to enjoy [oneself], to have a good time; to enjoy [something]; to make use of; to have the benefit of

disfrutar

172

to displease, be displeasing; to annoy, upset

disgustar

173

to diminish, decrease

disminuir

174

to distinguish, discern, make out, recognize, single out

distinguir

175

to distribute, hand out, send out, give out

distribuir

176

to amuse, entertain

divertir

177

to double; to turn [a corner, to the right, etc.]; to fold, crease

doblar

178

to hurt, pain, ache

doler

179

to sleep

dormir

180

to doubt

dudar

181

to last, go on, continue

durar

182

to educate; to bring up (children)

educar

183

to exercise, wield [power, influence, etc.]; to practice [a profession]; to manage, conduct [a businsess])

ejercer

184

to elect, choose

elegir

185

to eliminate, remove, get rid of

eliminar

186

to emigrate; to migrate

emigrar

187

to begin, start

empezar

188

to employ, hire; to use

emplear

189

to inspire love in, win the love of

enamorar

190

to fall in love

enamorarse

191

to delight, be delighting, charm, enchant

encantar

192

to burn, light, turn on

encender

193

to find, encounter

encontrar

194

to anger, irritate, annoy

enfadar

195

to make ill, make sick, cause illness in

enfermar

196

to deceive, cheat, trick, swindle

engañar

197

to anger, upset, annoy; to make angry

enojar

198

to teach, instruct, train, educate

enseñar

199

to dirty

ensuciar

200

to understand

entender

201

to find out [about something], to learn [of something])

enterarse [de algo]

202

to enter, go in, come in

entrar

203

to deliver, hand over

entregar

204

to entertain, amuse

entretener

205

to interview

entrevistar

206

to excite; to fill with excitement [or enthusiasm])

entusiasmar

207

to age, make old, grow old, get old

envejecer

208

to send

enviar

209

to mistake

equivocar

210

to err, make an error

errar

211

to choose, select, pick

escoger

212

to hide, conceal

esconder

213

to write

escribir

214

to listen to, hear

escuchar

215

to hope

esperar

216

to be [e.g., health, location, state]

estar

217

to estimate; to appraise; to esteem, respect

estimar

218

to study

estudiar

219

to evacuate, empty

evacuar

220

to avoid; to prevent

evitar

221

to explain; to expound [a theory]; to lecture on [a subject]

explicar

222

to explore; to pioneer

explorar

223

to exploit; to explode

explotar

224

to expose

exponer

225

to export

exportar

226

to express, voice, state

expresar

227

to extend

extender

228

to extinguish, put out

extinguir

229

to manufacture

fabricar

230

to lack, be lacking, be missing, be absent

faltar

231

to fascinate, captivate

fascinar

232

to congratulate

felicitar

233

to fake, feign, pretend

fingir

234

to sign

firmar

235

to flourish, flower, bloom

florecer

236

to form, shape, fashion, make

formar

237

to fry

freír

238

to smoke

fumar

239

to function; to run, work [said of machines, for example]

funcionar

240

to win, gain, earn, get, acquire

gana

241

to spend, expend; to use up, consume; to wear away, wear down

gastar

242

to generalize

generalizar

243

to govern

gobernar

244

to graduate [someone]

graduar

245

to shout, yell, scream, cry out

gritar

246

to guard, watch over, protect, take care of; to keep, hold on to; to put away, store away)

guardar

247

to guide

guiar

248

to please, be pleasing

gustar

249

there to be

haber

250

to have

haber

251

to find; to discover; to locate; to find out

hallar

252

to freeze, to congeal, to chill

helar

253

to inherit

heredar

254

to injure, hurt, wound; to beat, strike

herir

255

to boil, entertain

hervir

256

to flee, run away

huir