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1

to summarize

resumir (3041)

2

to mock

burlar (3047)

3

to insert, fit well

encajar (3049)

4

to swim

nadar (3050)

5

to be rolling in

nadar en (3050)

6

to accelerate, speed up

acelerar (3053)

7

to unfold, deploy

desplegar (e-ie) (3058)

8

to flow into, discharge

desembocar (3059)

9

to lighten, relieve, comfort

aliviar (3063)

10

to hunt

cazar (3066)

11

to clap, applaud

aplaudir (3068)

12

to motivate, cause

motivar (3071)

13

to neglect

descuidar (3072)

14

to lay something down; to put to bed

acostar (o-ue) (3077)

15

to lie down; to go to bed

acostarse (o-ue) (3077)

16

to connect, plug in

conectar (3084)

17

to burn, glow

arder (3087)

18

to locate, find, localize

localizar (3102)

19

to wound, hurt

herir (e-ie) (3109)

20

to make something clear, to reveal something

poner de manifiesto (3111)

21

to plunge, hurl, rush

precipitar (3119)

22

to exclude, reject

excluir (3121)

23

to adore, worship

adorar (3124)

24

to benefit

beneficiar (3129)

25

to despise, scorn

despreciar (3141)

26

to improvise

improvisar (3144)

27

to emerge, surface

emerger (3145)

28

to nail

clavar (3146)

29

to knock over, pour out, spill

volcar (o-ue) (3153)

30

sweep, clean out

barrer (3156)

31

to implore, pray, ask

rogar (o-ue) (3160)

32

to program; to schedule, plan

programar (3162)

33

to test

ensayar (3166)

34

to vote

votar (3172)

35

to isolate, insulate

aislar (3174)

36

to roll

rodar (o-ue) (3179)

37

to risk, venture

arriesgar (3183)

38

to take a chance

arriesgarse (3183)

39

to baptize, christen

bautizar (3186)

40

to untie, unleash; to precipitate

desatar (3188)

41

to break out, erupt

desatarse (3188)

42

to encourage

alentar (3189)

43

to unleash, unload

descargar (3190)

44

to fall in love

enamorar (3193)

45

to replace, substitute

reemplazar (3198)

46

to blow the wind

soplar (3201)

47

to rule, govern, manage

regir (e-i) (3222)

48

to bathe

bañar (3224)

49

to take a bath

bañarse (3224)

50

to chafe, rub against

rozar (3226)

51

to remit; to subside, let up

remitir (3234)

52

to refer to, direct to

remitir a (3234)

53

to dissolve

disolver (o-ue) (3240)

54

to watch over, look after

velar por (3243)

55

to persist

persistir (3254)

56

to shiver, tremble, shudder

temblar (e-ie) (3255)

57

to dine

cenar (3261)

58

to return, give back; to make, render; to go back

tornar (3263)

59

to turn into or become

tornarse (3263)

60

to harm, damage, be detrimental to

perjudicar (-qué) (3267)

61

to avoid, prevent

prevenir (e-ie) (3270)

62

to culminate, accomplish

culminar (3276)

63

to precede

preceder (3288)

64

to alternate

alternar (3303)

65

to hit the target or mark, to get right

acertar (e-ie) (3308)

66

to manage to do something

acertar a infinitivo (e-ie) (3308)

67

to beat an object

batir (3313)

68

to delay, take time

demorar (3320)

69

to calm, soothe, relieve

calmar (3331)

70

to boast, show off, suppose

presumir (3340)

71

to flow

fluir (3350)

72

to murder, assassinate

asesinar (3352)

73

to preserve

preservar (3361)

74

to conceal, hide, disguise

disimular (3364)

75

to perfect

perfeccionar (3366)

76

to cook

cocinar (3372)

77

to sail, navigate, browse the internet

navegar (3375)

78

to flatten, crush, smash

aplastar (3391)

79

to underline, underscore; to highlight, emphasize

subrayar (3396)

80

to take power

apoderarse (3421)

81

to debate, discuss

debatir (3422)

82

to replace, restore

reponer (-go) (3423)

83

to dispute, contest; to debate

disputar (3425)

84

to snatch, seize; to grab one's attention

arrebatar (3439)

85

to get carried away with emotion

arrebatarse (3439)

86

to hate

odiar (3444)

87

to insinuate, hint

insinuar (3453)

88

to pass away; to die

fallecer (3456)

89

to avoid, escape, elude

eludir (3460)

90

to occasion, bring about

ocasionar (3464)

91

to retake, restart

retomar (3489)

92

to settle, establish, locate

asentar (e-ie) (3494)

93

to tighten, make closer

estrechar (3501)

94

to run, go, or soak through an object; to move, pass, transfer an object

traspasar (3502)

95

to consummate, complete; to commit, carry out

consumar (3516)

96

to assault

asaltar (3517)

97

to emphasize

poner de relieve (3521)

98

to regret or repent

arrepentirse (e-ie) (3528)

99

to congratulate

felicitar (3532)

100

to be present at, witness

presenciar (3538)