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1

to establish

establecer (-zco) (565)

2

to keep, save

guardar (566)

3

to initiate, start

iniciar (568)

4

to lower; to go, get, bring, take, let or carry down

bajar (569)

5

to notice

notar (571)

6

to put into

meter (573)

7

to go in, to get into, inside
It started raining and they went in the house
I'm so tired I just want to get into bed.

meterse (573)
Empezó a llover y se metieron en la casa
Estoy tan cansada que tengo ganas de meterme en la cama.

8

to act

actuar (576)

9

to attempt or try (p.........); to claim; to seek or aspire to
Pretend you're me.
I intend to become a lawyer.

pretender
Pretende ser yo.

Pretendo hacerme abogado.

10

to pretend (that)

pretender que Span Dict

11

to agree; to remind

acordar (o-ue)

12

to remember

Do you remember me? (2nd Pers plural Present)

Tom seemed to remember me.

Did you remember to buy sugar?

acordarse de (o-ue)
ALSO recordar
¿Os acordáis de mí?

Tom parecía acordarse de mí.

¿Se acordó de comprar azucar? (3rd Pers Past Tense)

13

to cut

cortar (597)

14

to correspond with

corresponder (599)

15

to break

romper (601)

16

to suddenly start doing something
She burst out laughing.
He burst into tears.

romper a infinitivo (601) (Seems mostly to be used to burst into tears or laughter)
Ella rompió a reír.
Él rompió a llorar.

17

to acquire

adquirir (e-ie) (603)

18

to launch or throw; to launch (e.g., campaign, insults)

lanzar (611)

19

to take advantage of

aprovechar (612)

20

1) to support;
I would like to support this policy, but I have a few questions I want answered.
2) to lean on
You can lean the mirror against the wall while I look for a nail.

apoyar (616)
Me gustaría apoyar esta medida, pero tengo unas dudas que quiero resolver.

Puedes apoyar el espejo contra la pared mientras busco un clavo.

21

to deny, refuse

negar (e-ie) (617)

22

to advance

avanzar (618)

23

to resolve, settle, work out

resolver (o-ue) (622)

24

to cost, be hard
That cost him his job.

costar (o-ue) (626)
Eso le costó el puesto.

25

to demand
Insist on the best.
The work calls for patience.
The public demands answers.

exigir (-jo) (630)
Exige lo mejor.
El trabajo exige paciencia.
El público exige respuestas.

26

to increase, raise; to rise, grow

aumentar (633)

27

to pick up

recoger (-jo) (634)

28

to abandon; to leave a place

abandonar (638)

29

to impose, enforce

imponer (-go) (641)

30

to obligate, force

obligar (-gué) (642)

31

to apply something to something

aplicar (-qué) (650)

32

to belong
That belongs to me.
Who does this belong to?

pertenecer (-zco) (654)
Eso me pertenece.
¿A quién pertenece esto?

33

to provide, dispose, arrange

disponer (-go) (658)

34

to express

expresar (660)

35

to provoke, to cause, trigger, touch off

provocar (-qué) (663)

36

to defend, protect

defender (e-ie) (665)

37

to defend oneself; to stand up for, hit back

defenderse (e-ie) (665)

38

to remove or take away; to take off clothes; To wash away,

Take off your wet clothes before entering the house.

A bull is coming. Get out of the way!

quitar (669)
reflexive verb
1. (to remove clothing)
a. to take off
Quítense la ropa mojada antes de entrar a la casa.
2. (to move away)
a. to get out
Viene un toro, ¡quítense de enmedio!

39

to take off clothes; to shed, throw off

quitarse (669)

40

to conserve

conservar (670)

41

to depend; be subordinate to

depender (673)

42

to depend on

depender de (673)

43

to mark, note, dial

marcar (-qué) (677)

44

to share

compartir (681)

45

to consist of

consistir en (688)

46

to constitute, consist of

constituir (-y-) (689)

47

to cover

cubrir (691)

48

to work, function

funcionar (692)

49

to fit

caber (695)

50

to attend to, serve, wait on

atender (e-ie) (697)

51

to insist on

insistir (699)

52

to sit

sentar (e-ie) (710)

53

to deserve, be worthy

merecer (716)

54

to include

incluir (720)

55

to cross; to exchange words or greetings; to cross-breed

cruzar (726)

56

to intersect

cruzarse (726)

57

to tend to, lay out

tender (e-ie) (727)

58

to announce

anunciar (730)

59

to wake

despertar (e-ie) (734)

60

to comment on

comentar (742)

61

to publish

publicar (743)

62

to load; to carry

cargar (748)

63

to participate

participar (750)

64

to prevent, hinder

impedir (e-i) (751)

65

to save, rescue; to cover distance; to overcome obstacles or difficulties; to cross

salvar (753)

66

to survive, escape

salvarse (753)

67

to escape

escapar (757)

68

to throw, hurl, toss; to throw away, waste; to knock down; to pull, draw; to shoot
MANY DIFFERENT MEANINGS
1. (to propel)
a. to throw
If you throw a coin in the well, you can make a wish.

2. (to get rid of)
a. to throw away
I have to throw away all this junk.

3. (to use inefficiently)
a. to waste
Buying bad quality products is wasting your money.

b. to squander
Humans are squandering the planet's resources.

tirar (759)




Si tiras una moneda al pozo, puedes pedir un deseo.



Tengo que tirar todos estos trastos.



Comprar productos de mala calidad es tirar el dinero.


Los humanos están tirando todos los recursos del planeta.

69

to throw oneself

tirarse (759)

70

to answer, reply

contestar (764)

71

to worry

preocupar (766)

72

to lend

prestar

73

to weigh

pesar

74

to expose, to exhibit, show, display; to expound, explain; to risk
MANY USES

exponer (-go)

75

to travel

viajar

76

to separate; to split up, pull apart

separar

77

to return to a place,
to go back,
to come back

Return with the receipt if you want store credit.

I hate that I have to come back to work.

I've only been back a week and I already want to go back to Spain.

regresar



Regresa con la factura si quieres un crédito de la tienda

Odio que tenga que regresar al trabajo

Solo llevo una semana de vuelta, pero ya quiero regresar a España.

78

to contemplate

contemplar

79

to travel through, tour; to cover a distance; to look over

How far did you go?

I traveled around the country on foot for five years

We have to wake up early tomorrow since there's a lot of distance to cover.

I looked around the restaurant but I didn't see you in the corner.

recorrer


¿Cuánta distancia recorriste?
¿Qué tan lejos fuiste?

Recorrí el país durante cinco años a pie

Tenemos que despertarnos muy temprano que hay mucha distancia a recorrer.

Recorrí el restaurante con la mirada, pero no te vi en el rincón.

80

to last

durar

81

to remove,
to clear away,
to take away

Remove the sticker carefully.

They took away the tables to get us to leave the terrace area.

Please can you clear away the dishes?

retirar



Retire la pegatina con cuidado

Retiraron las mesas para echarnos de la terraza.

¿Puedes retirar los platos, por favor?

82

to stay, remain

I'm going to stay here while you go shopping.

She is going to stay mad if you don't talk to her.

permanecer

Voy a permanecer aquí mientras vas de compras

Ella va a permanecer enojada si no le hablas.

83

to assist

asistir

84

to organize

organizar

85

to contain

contener (e-ie)

86

to visit

visitar

87

to inform

informar (835)

88

to send

enviar (842)

89

to take care of

cuidar (846)

90

to intervene

intervenir (e-ie) (847)

91

to spread or lay out

extender (e-ie) (851)

92

to verify, check; test, ascertain, to prove, test out,

comprobar (o-ue) (852)

93

to sleep

dormir (o-ue) (857)

94

to discuss, dispute; to argue

discutir (859)

95

to confront, face

enfrentar (862)

96

to drive; to carry, bring, lead to

conducir (-zco) (868)

97

to sign

firmar (870)

98

to respect

respetar (880)

99

to support, hold up; to hold; to sustain

sostener (e-ie) (883)

100

to warn, to advise to notice
I will warn him
We were advised not to take the case to court.
I gave him some advice.

advertir (e-ie) (887) ALSO avisar
Le advertiré.
Nos advirtieron que no lleváramos el caso a juicio
Le advertí.