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Flashcards in Verbs 4 R Part Expanded Few Deck (100):
1

to transform

transformar

2

to be sufficient

bastar

3

to mention

mencionar

4

to suggest, to raise, to pose a problem, question or issue;

Juana suggested to her husband that they take a vacation.

You shouldn't bring the plan up to him like that.

Imelda raised her questions to the committee.

Tom hesitated to bring up the subject.

I would like to raise two points.

We want to open up a debate.

plantear


Juana le planteó a su esposo la idea de irse de vacaciones

No debes plantearle el plan de esa manera

Imelda planteó sus dudas al comité.


Tom titubeó a plantear el tema.

Me gustaría plantear dos cuestiones.

Queremos plantear un debate.

5

to taste; to test; to prove

probar (o-ue)

6

to drive, handle

manejar

7

to unite, join together

unir

8

to walk; to trave, cover distance (c...)

caminar

9

to coincide

coincidir

10

to fill, fill up, fill in; to fulfill

llenar

11

to dominate, master

dominar (926)

12

to measure

medir (e-i) (929)

13

to go across or cross (a...)

atravesar (e-ie) (937)

14

to stand out

destacar (941)

15

to pronounce

pronunciar (944)

16

to distinguish, tell apart

distinguir (945)

17

to introduce something, bring in, put, insert

introducir (-uzco) (949)

18

to communicate

comunicar (952)

19

to invite

invitar (954)

20

to install

instalar (958)

21

to settle, establish oneself

instalarse (958)

22

to take time, to take an amount of time, to delay

tardar (959)

23

to improve

mejorar (960)

24

to employ or use

emplear (962)

25

to be agreeable, be convenient

convenir (e-ie) (964)

26

to recuperate

recuperar (965)

27

to define

definir (974)

28

to surpass

superar (975)

29

to affirm; to make firm

afirmar (978)

30

to interpret

interpretar (983)

31

to admit

admitir (985)

32

to identify

identificar (986)

33

to affect

afectar (991)

34

to reduce

reducir (996)

35

to ride, mount, assemble

montar (998)

36

to stop moving

parar (1001)

37

to return something to someone

devolver (o-ue) (1003)

38

to practice, exercise

ejercer (1004)

39

to possess, own

poseer (1005)

40

to protect

proteger (1006)

41

to cause, bring about

causar (1007)

42

to determine; to cause

determinar (1009)

43

to make up one's mind

determinarse (1009)

44

to charge money

cobrar (1013)

45

to divide

dividir (1015)

46

to invent; to fabricate, make up

inventar (1018)

47

to limit

limitar (1021)

48

to border on

limitar con (1021)

49

to limit oneself to

limitarse a (1021)

50

to fight, struggle; to wrestle

luchar (1026)

51

1) to come to,
When she saw the picture, many memories came to mind.

Will you come with me to the art gallery opening?

2) to turn to,
Whenever she's in doubt, she turns to her mother for advice.

3) to go to
We can't go to the party due to a prior commitment.




We went to the meeting yesterday

ACUDIR (1044)
1) Cuando ella vio la foto, muchos recuerdos acudieron a su mente.

¿Acudirás conmigo a la inauguración del galería de arte?


2) Cada vez que tiene dudas, acude a su madre para consejos.


3) No podemos acudir a la fiesta debido a un compromiso previo
OR
No podemos ir a la fiesta debido a un compromiso previo.

Acudimos a la cita ayer.

52

to analyze

analizar (1048)

53

to put in charge of

encargar (1054)

54

to take charge of

encargarse (1054)

55

To allocate, to set aside, to earmark, to assign
This is my destiny.

I don't believe in fate.

Money needs to be earmarked for that.

Our fate depends on your decisions.


We should not give money to bad projects.

destinar (1057)

Es mi destino.

No creo en el destino.

Debemos destinar dinero a esta cuestión.

Nuestro destino depende de tus decisiones.

No debemos destinar fondos a proyectos malos.

56

to compare

comparar (1058)

57

to celebrate

celebrar (1059)

58

to sound or ring

sonar (o-ue) (1068)

59

to express

manifestar (e-ie) (1069)

60

to control

controlar (1070)

61

to jump, leap, hop

saltar (1071)

62

to make an appointment with; to cite, mention or quote; to summons

citar (1077)

63

to require

requerir (e-ie) (1081)

64

to incorporate, include

incorporar (1087)

65

to persecute, pursue, chase

perseguir (e-i) (1094)

66

to obtain

procurar (1100)

67

to marry

casar (1105)

68

to subdue, suppress

someter (1116)

69

to found, base

fundar (1117)

70

to elevate

elevar (1123)

71

to sing

cantar (1124)

72

to assume (e.g., responsibility); to assume (e.g., premise)

asumir (1132)

73

to clarify, clear up

aclarar (1133)

74

to drag, tow; to draw, attract

arrastrar (1134)

75

to declare, testify

declarar (1136)

76

to appoint; to mention, name

nombrar (1147)

77

to confuse

confundir (1149)

78

to describe

describir (1151)

79

to calculate, figure out

calcular (1155)

80

to conform

conformar (1156)

81

to paint

pintar (1158)

82

to divide, deliver, distribute

He delivers newspapers.

Do you deliver on Sundays?

Let's share the money.

Tom dealt the cards.

The teacher distributed the leaflets.

repartir (1161)

Reparte periódicos.

¿Reparten los domingos?

Repartamos el dinero.

Tom repartió las cartas.

El profesor repartió panfletos.

83

1) to find,
2) to discover,
3) to meet with (eg resistance)

1) Did you find the restaurant I mentioned when you went to Argentina?

2) I discovered a lovely little restaurant in Puerto Vallarta.

3) Obama’s plan was met with resistance from Congress.

hallar (1166)



1) ¿Hallaste el restaurante que te mencioné cuando fuiste a Argentina?

2) Hallé un restaurante precioso en Puerto Vallarta.

3) El plan de Obama halló resistencia del congreso.

84

to put in order, organize

ordenar (1167)

85

to convince

convencer (1169)

86

to surround; to round up

rodear (1174)

87

to surround oneself with

rodearse (1174)

88

to reflect
1) (as for mirror)
The still waters of the pond reflected the form of the obelisk perfectly.

2) (figuratively)
The bad grades you obtained at school reflect your lack of effort.

REFLEJAR

1) Las aguas quietas del estanque reflejaban perfectamente la figura del obelisco



Las malas notas que obtuviste en en el colegio reflejan tu falta de esfuerzo.

89

to reject, to turn down
2) to repel, to drive back

rechazar (1182)

90

to contribute; to pay taxes

contribuir (1183)

91

to overcome, conquer

vencer (1193)

92

to move away from, to keep something away, to dispel

alejar (1196)

93

to get away from something or someone

alejarse (1196)

94

to transmit, broadcast

transmitir (1202)

95

to march

marchar (1203)

96

to leave, depart

marcharse (1203)

97

to destroy

destruir (1207)

98

to opine

opinar (1209)

99

to commit an error or crime

cometer (1213)

100

to move, transfer,

He moved to Tokyo.

She will be relocated to New Zealand.

We rented a truck to move our furniture.


He was transferred to a local hospital.

trasladar (1219)

Él se trasladó a Tokio.

Ella será trasladada a Nueva Zelanda.

Alquilamos un camión para trasladar nuestros muebles.

Él fue trasladado a un hospital local.