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zurcir: to darn, to mend

zumbar: to buzz, to hum, to flutter around

yacer: to lie down, to be lying down, to lie in a grave

votar: to vote, to vow

volver: to return, to go back

volar: to fly

vivir: to live

visitar: to visit

vigilar: to watch (over), to keep guard, to look out for

viajar: to travel

vestirse: to dress oneself, to get dressed

ver: to see

venir: to come

vender: to sell

vencer: to conquer, to overcome, to defeat

velar: to stay awake, to guard, to watch over

valer: to be worth

vaciar: to empty

utilizar: to utilize

usar: to use, to employ, to wear

unir: to connect, to unite, to join, to bind, to attach

tropezar: to stumble, to blunder

tratar: to try, to treat a subject

traer: to bring

traducir: to translate

trabajar: to work, to labor

tostar: to toast, to tan, to roast (coffee)

tomar: to take, to have (something to eat or to drink)

tocar: to play (a musical instrument), to touch

tirar: to pull, to draw, to pitch (a ball), to shoot (a gun), to throw, to fling

terminar: to end, to terminate, to finish

tentar: to examine by touch, to feel with the fingers, to attempt, to try

tener: to have, to hold

tender: to extend, to offer, to stretch, to spread out, to hang out (washing)

temer: to fear, to dread

temblar: to tremble, to quake, to quiver, to shake, to shiver

telegrafiar: to telegraph, to cable

telefonear: to telephone

tañer: to pluck, to play (a stringed instrument)

suspirar: to sigh

surgir: to surge, to appear, to spout, to spurt

suprimir: to suppress, to abolish, to cancel (in mathematics), to eliminate

suponer: to suppose, to assume

sumergir: to submerge, to plunge, to immerse, to sink

sugerir: to hint, to insinuate, to suggest

sufrir: to suffer, to endure, to bear up, to undergo

suceder: to happen

subscribir: to subscribe, to agree with, to sign

subrayar: to underline, to underscore, to emphasize

subir: to go up, to come up, to climb, to rise, to mount, to get on (a train, bus, etc.)

soñar: to dream

sostener: to sustain, to support, to maintain, to uphold

sospechar: to suspect

sorprender: to surprise, to astonish

soplar: to blow, to blow out

sonreír: to smile

sonar: to ring, to echo, to resound, to sound

someter: to subdue, to subject, to surrender, to submit

sollozar: to sob, to whimper

soler: to be accustomed to, to be in the habit of, to have the custom of

sofocar: to choke, to smother, to suffocate, to stifle

socorrer: to help, to aid, to assist, to succor

señalar: to signal, to indicate, to point out, to show

servir: to serve

ser: to be

separar: to separate, to detach, to sort, to set apart

sentirse: to feel (well, ill)

sentir: to feel sorry, to regret, to feel

sentarse: to sit down

seguir: to follow, to pursue, to continue

secarse: to dry oneself

secar: to dry, to wipe dry

satisfacer: to satisfy

saludar: to greet, to salute

saltar: to jump, to leap, to hop, to spring

salir: to go out, to leave

sacudir: to shake, to jerk, to jolt

sacar: to take out, to get

saber: to know, to know how

romper: to break, to shatter, to tear

rogar: to supplicate, to ask, to ask for, to request, to beg, to pray

robar: to rob, to steal

reñir: to scold, to quarrel

reírse: to laugh

reír: to laugh

revolver: to revolve, to turn around, to turn over, to turn upside down

revocar: to revoke, to repeal

reunirse: to assemble, to get together, to meet, to gather

retrasar: to delay, to retard

retirar: to retire, to withdraw

responder: to answer, to reply, to respond

resolver: to resolve, to solve (a problem)

repetir: to repeat

repartir: to distribute, to deal cards

reparar: to mend, to repair, to notice, to observe

remitir: to remit, to forward, to transmit

rellenar: to refill, to fill again, to stuff

regresar: to return, to go back, to regress

regar: to water, to irrigate, to sprinkle

regalar: to give as a present, to make a present of, to give as a gift

referir: to refer, to relate

recordar: to remember, to recall, to remind

reconocer: to recognize, to acknowledge, to be grateful for

recomendar: to recommend, to commend, to advise

recoger: to pick (up), to gather, to harvest

recibir: to receive, to get

realizar: to realize, to carry out, to fulfill

raer: to scrape, to rub off, to erase, to wipe out

quitarse: to take off (clothing), to remove oneself, to withdraw

querer: to want, to wish

quemar: to burn, to fire

quejarse: to complain, to grumble

quedarse: to remain, to stay

pulir: to polish

proteger: to protect

pronunciar: to pronounce

prohibir: to prohibit, to forbid

producir: to produce, to cause

proclamar: to proclaim, to promulgate

probarse: to try on (clothes)

probar: to test, to prove, to try, to try on

principiar: to begin

prestar: to lend

presentar: to present, to display, to show, to introduce

prepararse: to be prepared, to get ready, to prepare oneself

preparar: to prepare

preocuparse: to be concerned, to worry, to be worried

preguntar: to ask, to inquire, to question

preferir: to prefer

predicar: to preach

predecir: to predict, to forecast, to foretell

practicar: to practice

poseer: to possess, to own

ponerse: to put on (clothing), to become, to set (of sun)

poner: to put, to place

poder: to be able, can

platicar: to chat, to talk over, to discuss

placer: to gratify, to humor, to please

pisar: to tread (on), to step on, to trample

pintarse: to make up (one's face), to tint, to color (one's hair, lips, etc.)

pintar: to paint

pertenecer: to pertain, to appertain, to belong

permitir: to permit, to admit, to allow, to grant

perdonar: to pardon, to forgive, to excuse

perder: to lose

percibir: to perceive

pensar: to think

peinarse: to comb one's hair

pegar: to beat, to hit, to slap, to stick, to glue, to paste

pedir: to ask for, to request

pasearse: to take a walk, to parade

pasar: to pass (by), to happen, to spend (time)

partir: to leave, to depart, to divide, to split

parecerse: to resemble each other, to look alike

parecer: to seem, to appear

pararse: to stop (oneself)

parar: to stop (someone or something)

pagar: to pay

oír: to hear

osar: to dare, to venture

organizar: to organize, to arrange, to set up

ordenar: to order, to command, to put in order, to arrange

oponer: to oppose

olvidar: to forget

oler: to smell, to scent

ofrecer: to offer

ocurrir: to occur, to happen

ocupar: to occupy

ocultarse: to hide oneself

obtener: to obtain, to get

observar: to observe

obedecer: to obey

nevar: to snow

negar: to deny

necesitar: to need

navegar: to navigate, to sail

nadar: to swim

nacer: to be born

mudarse: to change one's clothes, to change one's place of residence, to move

mover: to move, to persuade, to excite

mostrar: to show, to point out

morir: to die

morder: to bite

montar: to mount, to go up, to climb, to get on, to wind (a watch)

mojarse: to get wet, to wet oneself

mirarse: to look at oneself, to look at each other (uno a otro, unos a otros)

mirar: to look, to look at, to watch

merecer: to merit, to deserve

mentir: to lie, to tell a lie

mencionar: to mention

mejorar: to improve

medir: to measure, to weigh, to scan (verses)

matar: to kill

marcharse: to go away, to leave

marchar: to walk, to march, to function (machine), to run (machine)

marcar: to mark, to note, to observe

mantener: to maintain, to keep up, to support, to provide for

manejar: to manage, to handle, to drive, to operate (a vehicle)

maldecir: to curse

luchar: to fight, to strive, to struggle, to wrestle

llover: to rain

llorar: to weep, to cry, to whine

llevar: to carry (away), to take (away), to wear

llenar: to fill

llegar: to arrive

llamarse: to call oneself, to be named

llamar: to call, to name

limpiarse: to clean oneself

limpiar: to clean

levantarse: to get up, to rise

levantar: to lift, to raise

leer: to read

lavarse: to wash oneself

lavar: to wash

lastimarse: to hurt oneself, to feel sorry for, to complain, to regret

lanzar: to throw, to hurl, to fling, to launch

juzgar: to judge

jurar: to swear, to take an oath

juntar: to join, to unite, to connect

jugar: to play (a game, sport)

irse: to go away

ir: to go

invitar: to invite

introducir: to introduce

interesarse: to be interested in

insistir: to insist, to persist

inscribirse: to enroll, to register

inscribir: to inscribe, to record, to register

informarse: to inform oneself, to find out

influir: to influence

inducir: to induce, to influence, to persuade

indicar: to indicate, to point out

incluir: to include, to enclose

imprimir: to imprint, to impress, to print, to fix in the mind

importar: to matter, to be important

impedir: to hinder, to impede, to prevent

ignorar: to be ignorant of, not to know

huir: to escape, to flee, to run away, to slip away

herir: to harm, to hurt, to wound

heredar: to inherit

helar: to freeze

hallar: to find, to discover, to locate

hacer: to do, to make

hablar: to talk, to speak

habitar: to inhabit, to dwell, to live, to reside

haber: to have (as an auxiliary, helping verb to form the compound tenses)

gustar: to be pleasing (to), to like

guiar: to lead, to guide

gruñir: to grumble, to grunt, to growl, to creak

gritar: to shout, to scream, to shriek, to cry out

gozar: to enjoy

gobernar: to govern, to rule

gemir: to grieve, to groan, to moan

gastar: to spend (money), to wear out, to waste

ganar: to earn, to gain, to win

funcionar: to function, to run (machine)

fumar: to smoke

freír: to fry

fregar: to wash dishes, to scrub

formar: to form, to shape

firmar: to sign

fingir: to feign, to pretend

fijarse: to take notice, to pay attention, to settle

fiar: to confide, to trust

festejar: to feast, to entertain, to celebrate

felicitar: to congratulate, to felicitate

faltar: to be lacking, to be wanting, to lack, to miss, to need

fabricar: to fabricate, to manufacture

expresar: to express

explicar: to explain

exigir: to demand, to urge, to require

estudiar: to study

estimar: to estimate, to esteem, to respect, to value

estar: to be

establecer: to establish

esquiar: to ski

esperar: to expect, to hope, to wait (for)

esparcir: to scatter, to spread

escuchar: to listen (to)

escribir: to write

escoger: to choose, to select

errar: to err, to wander, to roam, to miss

erguir: to raise, to stand up straight

equivocarse: to be mistaken

envolver: to wrap up

enviar: to send

enunciar: to enunciate, to state

entregar: to deliver, to hand over, to give

entrar: to enter, to go (in), to come (in)

entender: to understand

enseñar: to teach, to show, to point out

enojarse: to become angry, to get angry, to get cross

enfermarse: to get sick, to fall sick, to become sick, to fall ill, to become ill

enfadarse: to become angry

encontrar: to meet, to encounter, to find

encerrar: to enclose, to lock up, to confine

encender: to incite, to inflame, to kindle, to light

emplear: to employ, to use

empezar: to begin, to start

embeber: to soak in, to soak up, to suck in, to imbibe

elegir: to elect, to select, to choose

ejercer: to exercise, to practice (a professional)

ejecutar: to execute, to carry out, to perform

echar: to cast, to fling, to hurt, to pitch, to throw

dudar: to doubt

ducharse: to take a shower, to shower oneself

dormir: to sleep

doler: to ache, to pain, to hurt, to cause grief, to cause regret

divorciarse: to be (get) divorced

divertirse: to have a good time, to enjoy oneself

distinguir: to distinguish

dispensar: to excuse, to dispense, to distribute, to exempt

discutir: to discuss

disculparse: to apologize, to excuse (oneself)

dirigir: to direct

dibujar: to design, to draw, to sketch

devolver: to return (an object), to refund, to give back

detenerse: to stop (oneself)

detener: to stop (someone or something), to detain

desvestirse: to undress oneself, to get undressed

destruir: to destroy

despertarse: to wake up oneself

desperezarse: to stretch oneself, to stretch one's arms and legs

despegar: to detach, to unglue, to unstuck, to take off (airplane)

despedirse: to take leave of, to say good-bye to

deshacer: to undo, to destroy, to take apart

desempeñar: to play (a part), to act (a part), to discharge, to perform (a duty), to take out of pawn

desear: to desire, to wish, to want

descubrir: to discover

describir: to describe, to delineate

descansar: to rest

desayunarse: to breakfast, to have breakfast

derribar: to knock down, to overthrow, to tear down, to throw down

depender: to depend

denunciar: to denounce

demostrar: to demonstrate, to prove

delinquir: to be delinquent, to violate the law

dejar: to let, to permit, to allow, to leave

defender: to defend

dedicarse: to devote oneself

declarar: to declare

decir: to say, to tell

decidir: to decide

deber: to owe, must, ought

dar: to give

cumplir: to fulfill, to keep (a promise), to reach one's birthday (use with años)

cuidarse: to take care of oneself

cubrir: to cover

cruzar: to cross

criar: to breed, to raise, to bring up (rear)

creer: to believe

crecer: to grow

costar: to cost

cortar: to cut, to cut off, to cut out

correr: to run, to race, to flow

corregir: to correct

convocar: to call together, to convene, to convoke, to summon

convertir: to convert

convenir: to agree, to convene

convencer: to convince

contribuir: to contribute

continuar: to continue

contestar: to answer, to reply

contener: to contain, to hold

contar: to count, to relate, to tell

construir: to construct, to build

constituir: to constitute, to make up

conseguir: to attain, to get, to obtain

conocer: to know, to be acquainted with

confesar: to confess

conducir: to lead, to conduct, to drive

comprender: to understand

comprar: to buy, to purchase

componer: to compose

comer: to eat

comenzar: to begin, to commence, to start

colocar: to put, to place

colgar: to hang (up)

colegir: to collect

coger: to seize, to take, to grasp, to grab, to catch

cocinar: to cook

chupar: to suck

chistar: to mumble, to mutter

charlar: to chat, to prattle

certificar: to certify, to register (a letter), to attest

cerrar: to close

cepillar: to brush

cenar: to have supper, to eat supper

celebrar: to celebrate

casarse: to get married, to marry

cargar: to load, to burden

caracterizar: to characterize

cantar: to sing

cansarse: to become tired, to become weary, to get tired

caminar: to walk, to move along

cambiar: to change

calzar: to shoe, to wear (shoes), to put on (shoes)

callarse: to be silent, to keep quiet

calentar: to heat (up), to warm (up)

caerse: to fall, to fall down, to tumble

caer: to fall

caber: to be contained, to fit into

buscar: to look for, to seek

burlarse: to make fun of, to poke fun at, to ridicule

bullir: to boil, to bustle, to hustle, to stir

broncear: to bronze, to tan

botar: to fling, to cast (away), to throw (away), to launch

bostezar: to yawn, to gape

borrar: to erase, to cross out

bendecir: to bless, to consecrate

beber: to drink

bañarse: to bathe oneself, to take a bath

bautizar: to baptize, to christen

bastar: to be enough, to be sufficient, to suffice

barrer: to sweep, to whisk

balbucear: to stammer, to hesitate in speech

bajar: to lower, to let down, to come down, to go down, to descend

bailar: to dance

añadir: to add

ayudar: to help, to aid, to assist

averiguar: to find out, to inquire, to investigate

avanzar: to advance

atreverse: to dare, to venture

atravesar: to cross, to go through, to run through

atraer: to attract, to allure, to charm

atenerse: to rely on, to depend on

atacar: to attack

asustarse: to be frightened, to be scared

asistir: to attend, to assist, to be present

asir: to seize, to grasp

asegurar: to assure, to affirm, to assert, to insure

articular: to articulate, to pronounce distinctly

arrojar: to fling, to hurl, to throw

arreglar: to fix, to arrange, to adjust, to regulate, to settle, to repair

arrancar: to root up (out), to pull up (out), to tear off (away), to snatch

apurarse: to fret, to grieve, to worry

aprovecharse: to take advantage, to avail oneself

aprobar: to approve, to pass a test

apresurarse: to hasten, to hurry, to rush

aprender: to learn

apreciar: to appreciate, to appraise, to esteem

apoderarse: to take power, to take possession

aplaudir: to applaud

aparecer: to appear, to show up

apagar: to put out (flame, fire), to extinguish, to turn off (flame, fire, light)

anunciar: to announce, to foretell, to proclaim

andar: to walk

amar: to love

alzar: to heave, to lift, to pick up, to raise (prices)

alumbrarse: to be (get) high, to get tipsy, to become lively (from liquor)

alumbrar: to illuminate, to light, to enlighten

alquilar: to hire, to rent

almorzar: to lunch, to have lunch

alegrarse: to be glad, to rejoice

alcanzar: to reach, to overtake

ahorrar: to economize, to save

aguardar: to expect, to wait for

agrupar: to group

agregar: to add, to collect, to gather, to aggregate, to collate

agravar: to aggravate, to make worse

agrandar: to enlarge, to grow larger, to increase

agradecer: to thank, to be thankful for

agradar: to please, to be pleasing

agotar: to exhaust, to use up

agitar: to agitate, to wave, to shake up, to stir

agarrar: to grasp, to obtain, to seize, to catch, to clutch, to come upon

afeitarse: to shave oneself

advertir: to advise, to give notice, to give warning, to take notice of, to warn

adquirir: to acquire, to get, to obtain

adorar: to adore, to worship

adoptar: to adopt

admitir: to admit, to grant, to permit

admirar: to admire

adivinar: to divine, to foretell, to guess

adelantarse: to go forward, to go ahead, to move ahead, to take the lead

adelantar: to advance, to keep on, to progress, to go ahead

acusar: to accuse

acudir: to attend, to be present frequently, to respond (to a call), to come to the rescue

acuchillar: to knife, to cut, to flash, to cut open

acostumbrar: to be accustomed

acostarse: to go to bed, to lie down

acordarse: to remember

acordar: to agree (upon)

aconsejar: to advise, to counsel

acompañar: to accompany, to escort, to go with, to keep company

aclarar: to explain, to clarify, to make clear, to rinse, to clear

aclamar: to acclaim, to applaud, to shout, to hail

acertar: to hit the mark, to hit upon, to do (something) right, to succeed in, to guess right

acercarse: to approach, to draw near

acercar: to bring near, to place near

aceptar: to accept

acelerar: to accelerate, to speed, to hasten, to hurry

acabar: to finish, to end, to complete

aburrirse: to be bored, to grow tired, to grow weary

aburrir: to annoy, to bore, to vex

abstenerse: to abstain

absolver: to absolve, to acquit

abrir: to open

abrazar: to embrace, to hug; to clamp

abrasar: to burn, to set on fire

abatir: to knock down, to overthrow, to throw down

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