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abajar
to go down
bajar
to go down
abalanzar
to balance
ablanzarse
to hurl oneself
abalar
to move, to shake
abalear
to shoot at, to wound or kill by gunshot
abalizar
to mark with buoys
abanar
to cool with a fan
abandonar
to abandon
abanicar
to fan
abaratar
to make cheaper, to reduce prices
abdicar
to abdicate
abducir
to abduct
aberrar
to err, to be mistaken
abjurar
to abjure, to renounce
ablandecer
to soften
abnegar
to abnegate, to forego
abnegarse
to go without, to deny oneself
abofetear
to slap in the face
abominar
to abominate
abonar
to buy a subscription
abonarse
to subscribe oneself
abordar
to board
aborrecer
to abhor, to detest
abrigar
to shelter, to protect
abrochar
to button up, to fasten
abrogar
to abrogate, to revoke, to annul
abrumar/brumar
to crush, to oppress, to overwhelm
absorber
to absorb
abstraer
to abstract
abusar
to abuse
acachetear
to slap in the face
acamar
to flatten
acaparar
to buy up, to hoard
acceder
to accede, to agree
acechar
to watch, to spy on
acentuar
to accentuate, to mark with an accent
acertar
to guess right
acoger
to receive hospitably, to welcome
acomadar
to accommodate, to arrange, to hire
acompasar
to measure
acopiar
to classify, to collect, to gather
acorrer
to run to someone's aid, to help, to assist
acostar
to put to bed
acrecentar
to increase
acrecer
to augment, to increase
activar
to activate
actuar
to act, to behave
acumular
to accumulate
adaptar
to adapt
adestrar
to train, to instruct, to direct
adicionar
to add
administrar
to administrate
adornar
to adorn
adscribir
to ascribe, to assign, to attribute
adular
to adulate, to flatter
advenir
to arrive, to come
afamar
to make famous
afamarse
to become famous
afanar
to hurry; to rob, to steal
afear
to deform, to make ugly
afectar
to affect
afeitar
to shave
afianzar
to fasten
aficionar
to induce a liking for
aficionarse a
to become fond of
afirmar
to affirm, to assert
afligir
to afflict, to distress
afluir
to flow
afrontar
to confront, to face, to defy
agraviar
to wrong, to injure, to offend
agriar
to make sour
agietar
to crack, to split
aguachar
to flood, to fill with water
aguantar
to bear, to endure
aguar
to dilute
ahagarse
to drown
ahumar
to cure in smoke, to fill with smoke
adjustar
to adjust
alambrar
to fence with wire
alanzar
to lance
alardear
to boast, to brag, to show off
alargar
to lengthen
alarmar
to alarm
alentar
to breathe; to encourage, to inspire
alienar
to alienate
aligar
to bind, to tie
alimentar
to feed, to nourish
almacenar
to store
alocar
to make someone crazy
alojar
to lodge, to give accommodation to
amplificar
to amplify, to enlarge
analizar
to analyze
animar
to animate
anotar
to annotate, to write notes about
antepagar
to pay in advance
anteponer
to place before, to prefer
anular
to annul, to cancel
apaciguar
to pacify, to calm, to sooth
aparar
to prepare
apetecer
to crave for, to long for
aplicar
to apply
apocar
to lessen, to reduce
apoderar
to empower
apostar
to bet, to wager
aprehender
to apprehend
aprestar
to make ready, to prepare
apresurar
to accelerate, to hurry
apretar
to grip, to press
apropiar
to appropriate money, to adapt
aprovechar
to make use of
apurar
to purify, to exhaust, to consume
arar
to plow
arguir
to argue, to reason
armar
to arm
arrendar
to lease, to let, to rent, to hire
arrepentirse de
to repent for, to regret
arrestar
to arrest, to detain
asaltar
to assault, to attack
asentar
to seat, to set down
asentier
to assent, to agree
asignar
to assign, to apportion, to give
asomar
to appear slowly (as through an opening)
asomarse
to lean out, to look out (as out of a window)
asombrar
to amaze, to astonish
aspirar
to breathe in, inhale
asurarse
to get burned
atar
to bind, to tie
atender
to look after, to attend to , to pay attention
aterrizar
to land
atravesar/travesar
to cross, to cross over, to go through
atribuir
to attribute
aumentar
to augment, to increase
autorizar
to authorize
avenir
to reconcile
aventurarse
to venture, to risk
avisar
to advise, to inform, to warn, to notify
ayunar
to fast, to go without food
banar (tilde)
to bathe
batallar
to fight, to battle, to struggle
batir
to beat, to whip
besar
to kiss
blasfemar
to blaspheme, to curse
bogar
to row
bonificar
to increase production
boxear
to box
bregar
to fight, to brawl
brillar
to shine
brincar
to bounce, to jump, to skip
brindar
to offer, to invite, to drink a toast
bromear
to joke
bufonearse
to jest, to joke
burbujear
to bubble
cabecear
to nod one's head when sleepy
cachar
to break into pieces
calar
to drench, to soak
calcar
to trace, to copy
calcular
to calculate
calificar
to assess, to rate, to classify
calmar
to calm
camorrear
to quarrel
cancelar
to cancel, to strike out
candar
to lock
cantalear
to hum, to sing softly
canconear
to idle, to loaf, to wander about
capar
to castrate, to cut off
captar
to capture, to win trust
carcajear
to burst out laughing
carecer de
to be in need of, to lack
cargarse de
to be overloaded with
castigar
to chastise, to punish
castrar
to castrate; to dry a wound
catar
to sample, to taste
causar
to cause
cautivar
to capture; to captivate, to charm
cazar
to hunt, to chase
ceder
to cede, to yield
cegar
to blind, to block up, to grow blind
censurar
to censure
cercar
to fence in, to enclose
cesar
to cease, to stop
chafar
to crease, to crumple (clothes)
chafarse
to become flattened
chamar
to barter, to exchange
chamuscar
to singe, to scorch
chapar
to cover, to plate with silver or gold
charlar
to chatter, to prattle
chascar
to crunch
chiflar
to whistle, to blow a whistle
chillar
to scream, to shriek
chinchar
to annoy, to irritate
chismear
to gossip
chocar
to collide, to crash
chuchear
to whisper
chufar
to mock
circular
to circulate, to move
citar
to make an appointment, to cite, to quote
civilizar
to civilize, to become civilized
clamar
to cry out, to wail
clarar
to make clear, to explain
clarificar
to clarify
clasificar
to classify
clavar
to nail
cobijar
to cover, to shelter
cocer
to cook
codear
to elbow, to nudge
colar
to filter, to strain
colear
to wag, to move
colorar
to color, to give color to
colorear
to color, to tint
comandar
to command
combatir
to combat, to fight
comentar
to comment
cometer
to commit, to entrust
comparar
to compare
compartir
to divide, to shar
competir
to compete, to contest
compilar
to compile
complacer
to please
completar
to complete
complicar
to complicate
comprobar
to check, to verify, to confirm
computar
to compute, to calculate
comunicar
to communicate
concebir
to conceive; to imagine
conceder
to concede
concentrar
to concentrate
concertar
to arrange, to agree
concluir
to conclude
condenar
to condemn
confiar
to trust, to entrust
confirmar
to confirm
confiscar
to confiscate
conformar
to conform
congelar
to congeal, to freeze
conjugar
to conjugate
concentir
to consent, to allow
considerar
to consider
consolar
to console
conspirar
to conspire, to plot
constar
to be clear, consistent
constatar
to prove, to verify
consultar
to consult
contemplar
to contemplate, to meditate
contentar
to gratify, to please
contradecir
to contradict
contraponer
to compare, to contrast
contratar
to contract, to engage, to hire
controlar
to control
convalecer
to convalesce
conversar
to converse
copiar
to copy
corresponder
to correspond
corromper
to corrupt
crear
to create
criticar
to criticize
custionar
to debate, to discuss
culpar
to blame, to accuse
culparse
to blame oneself
cultivar
to cultivate, to grow
cumular
to accumulate
curar
to cure
danar (tilde)
to damage, to injure
danarse (tilde)
to become damaged, injured
danzar
to dance
datar
to date (a letter, an account)
debatir
to debate
decantar
to exaggerate; to pour off
decentar
to cut into, to begin cutting
declamar
to declaim, to recite
declinar
to decline, to get weak
decorar
to decorate
dedicar
to dedicate
deferir
to defer; to delegate
definir
to define
deformar
to deform
delatar
to denounce, to accuse
delegar
to delegate
demandar
to demand, to petition, to sue
demarcar
to demarcate, to delimit
demoler
to demolish, to pull down
denegar
to deny, to refuse
denotar
to denote
dentar
to teethe, to provide with teeth; to indent
deparar
to provide, to supply
departir
to converse
depilar
to depilate, to remove hair
deplorar
to deplore
depositar
to deposit, to place, to put
depreciar
to depreciate
derogar
to derogate, to abolish
derramar
to spill
derretir
to melt, to dissolve
desacordar
to be in discord
desacordarse
to become forgetful
desalentar
to make breathless, to put out of breath
desalojar
to move out, to vacate
desamparar
to abandon, to forsake
desanimar
to discourage
desaparecer
to disappear
desapreciar
to underestimate
desaprender
to unlearn
desarrollar
to develop
desarticular
to disarticulate
desayudar
to hinder, to impede
desbaratar
to ruin, to wreck
descalificar
to disqualify
descambiar
to cancel an exchange
descaminar
to mislead, to lead astray
descargar
to unload
descender
to descend, to go down
descolgar
to unhook, to take down frfom a hanging position
descolar
to protrude, to stand out
descomponer
to disarrange, to disrupt, to disturb
desconcertar
to disconcert, to upset
desconectar
to disconnect, to switch off
descontar
to discount, to deduct; to disregard
descuidarse
to be negligent, careless
desdenarse (tilde)
to be disdainful
desechar
to reject
desencantar
to disenchant
desenvolver
to unwrap
desfijar
to pull out, to unfix
desgajar
to rip off, to tear off
desganarse
to lose one's appetite
designar
to designate
desinfectar
to disinfect
desmentir
to disprove, to prove false
desnudar
to undress
desnudarse
to undress oneself
desobedecer
to disobey
desocupar
to vacate
desordenar
to disarrange
desorganizar
to disorganize
despedir
to dismiss, to rire, to discharge
despertar
to wake up (someone)
desplegar
to unfold, to unfurl, to spread out
desterrar
to banish, to exile
desvalorizar
to depreciate, to devalue
desviar
to divert
determinar
to determine
dictar
to dictate
diferir
to differ; to defer, to postpone, to delay
digerir
to digest
discursar
to discourse, to make a speech
diseminar
to disseminate, to spread
disfrutar
to enjoy
disimular
to dissemble, to pretend, to cover up
disolver
to dissolve
disponer
to dispose
distraer
to distract
distribuir
to distribute
disturbar
to disturb
disuadir
to dissuade
divertir
to amuse, to distract, to entertain
dividir
to divide
divulgar
to divulge, to make known
dotar
to endow, to bequeath, to give a dowry
driblar
to dirbble (sports)
editar
to publish
educar
to educate, to instruct, to rear, to bring up
elaborar
to elaborate; to manufacture
ebalar
to pack, to creat
embarcar
to embark, to go on board
embargar
to impede, to hamper
embocar
to cram down food, to gulp down
emborronar
to scribble
emitir
to emit, to send forth
empapar
to drench, to soak
enamorar
to enamor, to inspire love
enamorarse de
to fall in love with
enchufar
to connect, to plug in
encomendar
to commend, to entrust
enfadar
to anger, to irritate
enfriar
to cool, to chill
enganarse (tilde)
to deceive oneself, to be mistaken
engordar
to fatten to grow fat, to put on weight
enjuagar
to rinse
enmendar
to amend, to revise, to correct
enojar
to annoy, to irritate
enrollar
to wind, to roll up
ensayar
to test, to try, to rehearse
ensillar
to saddle
ensolver
to include; to reduce, to condense
ensuciar
to dirty, to soil, to stain
entenderse
to understand each other, to be understood
enterar
to inform
enterarse de
to find out about
enterrar
to bury, to inter; to forget
entregarse
to surrender, to give in
entretener
to entertain, to amuse
entretenerse
to amuse onself
entrever
to catch a glimpse
entrevistar
to interview
envestir
to clothe
envolverse
to become involved
equipar
to equip
equiparar
to compare, to match, to make equal
equivaler
to equal
equivocar
to mistake
eructar
to belch, to burp
escalar
to climb
escapar
to escape
escarnecer
to ridicule, to mock
esconder
to conceal, to hide
esconderse
to hide oneself
escupir
to spit
esforzar
to strengthen, to encourage
esforzarse
to make an effort
espantar
to frighten, to scar
esposar
to handcuff
estacionar
to station, to park (a vehicle)
estrechar
to narrow, to tighten
evacuar
to evacuate
evitar
to avoid
evocar
to evoke, to recall
exagerar
to exaggerate
examinar
to examine
exasperar
to exasperate
excitar
to excite, to stimulate
exclamar
to exclaim
excluir
to exclude
excusar
to excuse
exhalar
to exhale
existir
to exist
expedir
to expedite
explorar
to explore
exponer
to expose
exportar
to export
extender
to extend
extinguir
to extinguish
extraer
to extract, to draw out
extranar (tilde)
to surprise
facilitar
to facilitate
fallar
to trump, to fail
falsear
to falsify, to misrepresent
falsificar
to falsify, to forge
familiarizar
to familiarize
fantasear
to daydream
farolear
to boast, to brag, to show off
fascinar
to fascinate
fastidiar
to annoy, to pester
fatigar
to fatigue, to tire
figurar
to depict, to draw, to reresent
figurarse
to imagine
fijar
to fix, to fasten
fluir
to flow
formular
to formulate
forzar
to force
fotocopiar
to photocopy
fotografiar
to photograph
frotar
to rub
fruncir
to knit (eyebrows); to purse (lips)
frustrar
to frustrate
fusilar
to shoot
fusionar
to combine, to merge
fustigar
to whip
galantear
to woo, to make eyes at
galopar
to gallop
gandulear
to idle, to loaf
gansear
to say, to do stupid things
garabatear
to scribble
garbear
to show off
garlar
to chatter, to prattle
gatear
to crawl
generar
to generate, to produce
girar
to turn around, to spin
golpear
to crush, to hit, to strike
golpetear
to pound, to hammer
gorjear
to warble, to gurgle
gormar
to vomit, to spew
gotear
to drip
grabar
to engrave
gratar
to brush, rub
gravar
to burden
gravitar
to gravitate
guardar
to keep, to guard, to save
guipar
to notice, to see
guisar
to cook
hacinar
to pile up, to stack
hadar
to foretell
halagar
to flatter
hambrear
to starve
haraganear
to idle, to loaf
heder
to stink
hervir
to boil
holgar
to rest, to be idle
honrar
to honor
hurtar
to rob, to steal
identificar
to identify
iluminar
to illuminate
ilusionar
to fascinate
ilusionarse
to have illusions
ilustrar
to illustrate; to enlighten, to explain
imaginar
to imagine
imbuir
to imbue
imitar
to imitate
implicar
to implicate
implorar
to implore
imponer
to impose
impresionar
to impress
incendiar
to set on fire
incitar
to incite
inclinar
to incline, to tilt
inferir
to infer
influenciar
to influence
informar
to inform
iniciar
to initiate, to begin
inmigrar
to immigrate
inocular
to inoculate
inspirar
to inspire
instituir
to institute, to found
instruir
to instruct, to teach
iterponer
to interpose
interpretar
to interpret
interrogar
to interrogate, to question
intimidar
to intimidate
inventar
to invent
invertir
to invert, to turn upside down
investigar
to investigate
investir
to invest, to endow
invocar
to appeal, to call upon
irritar
to irritate
jabonar
to soap, to lather
jacarear
to annoy; to roam the streets at night making merry
jactarse
to boast, to brag
jadear
to pant
jalar
to pull
jamar
to eat
jaropotear
to stuff with drugs, medicines
investir
to invest, to endow
invocar
to appeal, to call upon
irritar
to irritate
jabonar
to soap, to lather
jacarear
to annoy; to roam the streets at night making merry
jactarse
to boast, to brag
jadear
to pant
jalar
to pull
jamar
to eat
jarapotear
to stuff with drugs, medicines
jetar
to dilute, to dissolve
justar
to joust, to tilt
justificar
to justify
ladrar
to bark
ladronear
to shoplift
lagrimar
to cry, to weep, to shed tears
lamentar
to lament
lamer
to lick
laminar
to laminate
limar
to file, to polish, to smooth
llagar
to injure, to hurt, to wound
llamear
to blaze, to flame
lloriquear
to whimper, to whine
lloviznar
to drizzle
localizar
to localize, to locate, to find
lograr
to achieve, to attain, to get
lubricar
to lubricate
lustrar
to polish, to cleanse
machar
to beat, to crush
magullar
to batter, to bruise
majar
to crush, to mash
malear
to ruin, to spoil
maleficiar
to damage, to harm, to injure
malgastar
to squander, to waste
maliciar
to fear, to suspect
maltratar
to maltreat, to abuse
manchar
to spot, to stain, to blot
mandar
to commande, to order
manipular
to manipulate
maquillarse
to put on makeup
marcar
to dial (phone), to mark, to score (a goal)
mascar/masticar
to chew, to masticate
meditar
to meditate
mendigar
to beg
merendar
to have a snack, refreshment
meter
to put in/into
mimar
to pamper, to spoil, to indulge
mitigar
to mitigate, to allay, to alleviate
modular
to modulate
moler
to grind, to crush, to mill
molestar
to bother, to annoy
monear
to clown (monkey) around
murmurar
to murmur, to mutter
mutilar
to mutilate
nacionalizar
to nationalize, to naturalize
narrar
to narrate
naturalizar
to naturalize, to nationalize
nausear
to feel nauseated, sick
necear
to talk nonsense
negociar
to negotiate
ninear (tilde)
to behave childishly
nombrar
to name, to appoint
notar
to note
noticiar
to inform, to notify
notificar
to notify, to inform
numerar
to number
nutrir
to feed, to nourish
obcecar
to blind
objetar
to object
obligar
to oblige, to compel
obliterear
to obliterate, to erase
obrar
to build, to work
obscurecer
to darken
obsequiar
to entertain, to compliment
obstar
to obstruct, to impede, to hinder
obstinarse
to be obstinate, stubborn
obstruir
to obstruct, to block
oficiar
to officiate
ofuscar
to dazzle
olfatear
to smell, to sniff
ominar
to predict, to foretell, to forecast
omitir
to omit
ondular
to undulate, to wind
operar
to operate
opinar
to opine, to think, to have an opinion
optar
to opt, to choose
orar
to pray
ornar
to adorn, to decorate
oscilar
to oscillate, to swing
otorgar
to grant, to concede
padecer
to suffer, to endure
paginar
to paginate
paladear
to savor, to taste, to relish
palmear
to clap hands
palpar
to feel, to touch
palpitar
to palipitate, to beat, to throb
papar
to swallow soft food without chewing
parpadear
to blink, to wink
participar
to participate
patear/patalear
to kick
patinar
to skate, to skid, to slide
pausar
to pause
pecar
to sin
pelear
to fight
penetrar
to penetrate
perdurar
to last a long time
perfumar
to perfume
perjurar
to commit perjury
permanecer
to remain, to stay
persistir
to persist
persuadir
to persuade
pesar
to weigh
pescar
to fish
pesanear (tilde)
to wink, to blink
picar
to prick, to puncture, to pierce
pilotar/pilotear
to pilot
plagar
to infest, to plague
planchar
to iron
planear
to plan, to design, to glide
plantar
to plant
plegar
to fold, to pleat
poblar
to populate
posar
to pose, to put, to lay down
posponer
to postpone
preciar
to appraise, to value
preciarse
to brag about oneself
precipitar
to precipitate
predisponer
to predicpose
predominar
to predominate
preponer
to put before
prescribir
to prescribe
preservar
to preserve
presuponer
to presuppose
prevaler
to prevail
prevenir
to warn
prever
to foresee
privar
to deprive
proceder
to proceed
procesar
to prosecute
procurar
to endeavor, to try, to strive for
proferir
to utter, to say
profesar
to profess
programar
to program
progresar
to progress
prolongar
to prolong
prometer
to promise
promulgar
to promulgate, to announce
propagar
to propagate, to spread
proponer
to propose
proporcionar
to furnish, to supply, to provide
proscribir
to proscribe, to banish
proseguir
to continue, to follow up, to proceed
prosperar
to prosper
protestar
to protest
provenir
to originate, to come from
provocar
to provoke
publicar
to publish, to issue
pugnar
to fight
pujar
to struggle
pulsar
to pulse, to throb
punchar
to pierce, to puncture
puntar
to dot
quebrar
to break, to smash
querellarse
to file a legal complaint, to bring suit against
quesear
to make cheese
quietar
to quiet, to calm
quietarse
to calm oneself
quillotrar
to incite, to excite
quimerizar
to have fanciful ideas
rabiar
to rage
racionar
to ration
rascar
to scratch, to itch
rasgar
to rip, to tear
raspar
to scrape
rasurarse
to shave one's beard
reanimar
to reanimate, to revive
reaparecer
to reappear
reasumir
to resume, to reassume
reatar
to tie again, to retie
rebajar
to lower, to reduce, to bring down
rebatir
to knock down again, to beat again
rebuscar
to search carefully, to search into
recalentar
to reheat, to warm up, to warm over
recapitular
to recapitulate
recargar
to reload, to overload
rechazar
to reject, to repel
reciclar
to recycle
recitar
to recite
reclamar
to reclaim, to claim, to demand, to protest
reclinar
to recline, to lean
reclinarse en/sobre
to lean on/upon
reconstruir
to rebuild, to reconstruct
reconvenir
to reprimand, to rebuke
recopilar
to compile
recrear
to amuse, to entertain
recrearse
to amuse, to entertain oneself
recular
to recoil, to go backwards
recuperar
to recuperate, to recover
redactar
to edit
reeditar
to reprint, to publish again
rebatir
to knock down again, to beat again
rebuscar
to search carefully, to search into
recalentar
to reheat, to warm up, to warm over
recapitular
to recapitulate
recargar
to reload, to overload
rechazar
to reject, to repel
reciclar
to recycle
recitar
to recite
reclamar
to reclaim, to claim, to demand, to protest
reclinar
to recline, to lean
reclinarse en/sobre
to lean on/upon
reconstruir
to rebuild, to reconstruct
reconvenir
to reprimand, to rebuke
recopilar
to compile
recrear
to amuse, to entertain
recrearse
to amuse, to entertain oneself
recular
to recoil, to go backwards
recuperar
to recuperate, to recover
redactar
to edit
reeditar
to reprint, to publish again
reelegir
to reelect, to elect again
refinar
to refine
reflexionar
to reflect
reformar
to reform, to alter, to revise
reforzar
to reinforce, to strengthen
regalarse
to indulge oneself
registrar
to register, to record, to examine
rehacer
to do over, to redo
rehuir
to avoid, to shun
rehusar
to refuse
reiterar
to reiterate, to repeat
relanzar
to throw back, to repel
relatar
to relate, to narrate
relavar
to wash again
relavarse
to wash oneself again
releer
to reread, to read again
relumbrar
to dazzle, to sparkle
remandar
to send over and over again
remarcar
to mark again
rematar
to kill off, to terminate, to finish off
remediar
to remedy
remedir
to remeasure
rememorar
to remember
remendar
to mend
remeter
to put back
remirar
to look at over again
remojar
to soak
remontar
to elevate, to raise; to frighten away
remorder
to bite again
remover
to remove, to take away
renacer
to be born again, to be reborn
renegar
to renege, to deny; to abhor
renunciar
to renounce
reorganizar
to reorganize
repararse
to restrain oneself
repasar
to review, to go over again
repensar
to rethink, to reconsider
repesar
to weigh again
repintar
to repaint
replantar
to replant
replicar
to retort, to reply
reponer
to put back
represar
to repres, to hold back
representar
to represent
reprobar
to reprove, to fail in an axam
reprochar
to reproach
reproducir
to reproduce
repudiar
to repudiate
repulir
to polish again
repulsar
to repulse, to reject
requemar
to burn again, to overcook
requerir
to require
resaltar
to bounce, to rebound
resaludar
to return someone's greeting
rescatar
to ransom, to rescue
reservar
to reserve
resistir
to resist
respetar
to respect
respirar
to breathe, to respire
restaurar
to restorere
restituir
to refund, to give back
resucitar
to resuscitate, to bring back to life
resultar
to result
resumir
to summarize, to sum up
resurgir
to resurge, to spring up again
retacar
to hit twice (a ball)
retajar
to cut around
retar
to challenge
retardar
to retard, to slow down
retemblar
to shake, to tremble
retener
to retain
retocar
to touch up, to retouch
retostar
to toast again
retraducir
to translate over again
retraer
to bring again, to bring back
retransmitir
to retransmit, to rebroadcast
retratar
to paint a portrait
retribuir
to repay, to reward
retrotraer
to antedate, to date back
revender
to resell
reventar
to burst, to explode
rever
to review, to revise
reverter
to overflow
revertir
to revert
revivir
to revive
revolar
to fly again
revolcar
to knock down
revolcarse
to wallow, to roll about
revolotear
to whirl up in the eair
rezar
to pray
ridiculizar
to ridicule
rimar
to rhyme
rizar
to curl
rociar
to spray, to sprinkle
rodar
to roll
rodear
to surround
rodearse de
to surround oneself with
roncar
to snore
ronchar
to crunch, to chew
rondar
to patrol, to prowl
rotar
to rotate
rotular
to label
rozar
to scrape, to scratch, to rub
rubricar
to initial, sign, and seal
rular
to roll
rumbar a
to go in the direction of
rumiar
to ruminate, to meditate
saborear
to savor, to taste, to relish
sacrificar
to sacrifice
salar
to salt, to season with salt
saldar
to settle, to pay a debt
salivar
to salivate
salpicar
to splash
saltear
to hold up, to rob
salvar
to save, to rescue
sanar
to cure, to heal
sancionar
to sancion, to authorize; to punish
sangrar
to bleed
sangrarse
to be bled
saquear
to pillage, to loot, to sack
satirizarsedar
to satirizeto soothe, to quiet
seducir
to seduce
segar
to cut, to mow
segregar
to segregate
sellar
to seal, to stamp
sembrar
to sow
semejar
to resemble
separarse
to separate, to come apart
sepultar
to bury
serrar
to saw
signar
to sign
signarse
to cross oneself
significar
to signify, to mean
silbar
to whistle
simbolizar
to symbolize
simpatizar con
to get along well with
simplificar
to simplify
simular
to simulate, to feign, to pretend
sintonizar
to tune
sisar
to snitch
sitiar
to besiege
situar
to situate, to place, to locate
sobar
to knead, to massage, to rub
sobregirar
to overdraw
sobreponer
to superimpose
sobresalir
to stand out, to excel
sobresaltar
to attack, to startle
sobrevenir
to supervene, to occur later
solicitar
to solicit, to request
solidificar
to solidify
soltar
to loosen, to untie, to let go
solucionar
to solve
solventar
to settle, to pay a debt
sombrar
to shade
sonarse
to blow one's nose
sonorizar
to voice (phonetics)
sopapear
to slap
soplarse
to gobble up, to wolf down
soportar
to suport, to endure, to put up with
sorber
to sip
sorregar
to irrigate
sortear
to raffle; to avoid, to dodge
sosegar
to quiet, to calm down
soterrar
to bury; to hide
suavizar
to smooth, to soften
subarrendar
to sublet, to sublease
subastar
to auction
sublimar
to exalt
subordinar
to subordinate
subsistir
to subsist
substituir
to substitute
substraer
to subtract, to take away, to remove
subvencionar
to subsidize
subvenir
to provide for needs
subvertir
to subvert, to disturb
sudar
to sweat, to perspire
sujetar
to secure, to fasten; to subdue, to subject
sumar
to add, to add up
suminstrar
to furnish, to provide, to supply
sumir
to sink, to submerge
superar
to surpass, to exceed
superponer
to superpose
supervenir
to happen, to take place
suplantar
to supplant, to take the place of
suplicar
to supplicate, to entreat, to implore
surcar
to plow
surtir
to supply, to stock, to provide
suscribir
to subscribe
suspender
to suspend, to hang
sustraer
to subtract, to take away
susurrar
to murmur, to whisper
sutilizar
to file, to refine, to polish, to taper
tacar
to mark, to stain
tachar
to cross out, to strike out, to eliminate
tajar
to slice, to carve, to chap
talar
to fell, to cut down
tambalear
to stagger
tamizar
to sift
tapar
to cover
tapiar
to wall up, to wall in
tapizar
to upholster, to hang tapestry
tardar
to take a long time
tarjar
to tally
tartamudear
to stammer, to stutter
tascar
to gnaw, to nibble
teclear
to run one's fingers over piano or tpewriter keys
tejar
to tile
tejer
to weave
teleguiar
to guide by remote control
temblar
to tremble, to shudder, to shake
teorizar
to theorize
testar
to make a will, testament
testificar
to testify, to bear witness