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Glossary of Chp. 12

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arrepentirse (de)
to repent, be sorry about (regret)
atreverse (a)
to dare
jactarse (de)
to boast
quejarse (de)
to complain
acostar
to put to bed
acostarse
to go to bed
divertir
to amuse
divertirse
to have a good time, enjoy oneself
llamar
to call
llamarse
to be named
sentar
to seat
sentarse
to sit down
derretir(se)
to melt
detener(se)
to stop
extender(se)
to extend
secar(se)
to dry
comer
to eat
comerse
to eat up
dormir
to sleep
dormirse
to fall asleep
ir
to go
irse
to go away, go off
llevar
to carry
llevarse
to carry off
morir
death that occurs in accident, under violent circumstances; El niño murió en el incendio.
morirse
the idea to die, be dying, naturally
recusant
refusing to submit to authority

Several recusant senators refused to vote along party lines.
embonpoint
plumpness, stoutness
antipode
the exact opposite or contrary (noun)
assiduous
marked by careful unremitting attention or persistent application, (adjective)

"assiduous attending of her garden"
visceral
felt in the viscera: deep; of, relating to or located on or among the viscera; not intellectual: instinctive, unreasoning; dealing with crude or elemental emotions, adjective

"visceral reaction"

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