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Spanish Verbs Infintive 555

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comer
to eat
invertir
to invest, change, reverse
escoger
to choose
aplazar
to postpone, defer
publicar
to publish, publicize
mudarse
to move (change residence), change clothing
haber
to have
moler
to grind, pulverize, wear out, bore
enseñar
to teach, show
bautizar
to baptize, christen, name
toser
to cough
atribuir
to attribute, credit
ordenar
to put in order, arrange, straighten up, order; ordain
recordar
to remember, recall, remind
lavar
to wash
divertirse
to have a good time
reclamar
to claim, demand, clamor
zumbar
to buzz, hum, ring, purr (engine), zoom off
mecer
to rock, swing, shake
averiguar
to find out, check, verify
firmar
to sign
despegar
to take off (airplane), detach, unstick
aceptar
to accept
suprimir
to suppress, omit, eliminate
cenar
to have/eat supper
oler
to smell
ocuparse
to look after, keep busy, see to, be in change
atraer
to attract, lure
heredar
to inherit
obedecer
to obey
telefonear
to telephone
gemir
to groan, moan, howl
agregar
to add, amass, appoint
poder
to be able, can
calcular
to calculate, work out, think
rodar
to roll, film, shoot (film), roam
llover
to rain
concebir
to conceive, imagine
seguir
to follow, continue, pursue
caer
to fall
cambiar
to change, exchange
caracterizar
to characterize
relacionar
to relate, connect
calmarse
to calm down
compartir
to share, divide
convertir
ton convert, transform
volar
to fly, demolish, blast
mojarse
to get wet
vender
to sell
girar
to resolve, rotate, turn, spin
deber
to owe, must, have to, ought
advertir
to warn, advise, tell
aplaudir
to applaud
oponerse
to oppose, object to, go against
mostar
to show, display
practicar
to practice, perform, do
temer
to be afraid, fear
alzar
to raise, lift up
identificar
to identify
agradar
to please, like
clasificar
to classify, sort
lastimarse
to hurt/injure oneself
traducir
to translate, interpret, express
unir
to unite, join, combine
agradecer
to thank, to be grateful
fregar
to scrub, rub, wash
embarcar
to embark/go aboard, embark upon, launch into
reemplazar
to replace, substitute
cargar
to load, charge, burden
gritar
to shout, yell, scream, boo
alcanzar
to reach, catch up, succeed, manage
cantar
to sing
transformar
to transform, change, become
avergonzarse
to be ashamed
estudiar
to study, think about, consider
convenir
to agree, be convenient/ fitting/ advisable
escribir
to write
valer
to be worth, cost, get, earn
poner
to put, place, set
criar
to rear, bring up, raise (animals), grow
castigar
to punish
esconder
to hide, conceal
traer
to bring
romper
to break, tear
responder
to answer, reply, respond, take responsibility
gruñir
to grunt, growl, grumble, creak
hervir
to boil
aprovechar
to take advanatge of, make the most of
contestar
to answer, reply
sospechar
to suspect, think, imagine
descender
to go/come down, decline
apurarse
to worry, hurry
zafarse
to ger away, escape, undo , untie
alquilar
to rent, hire, lease
llenar
to fill, fill out/up/in
contener
to contain, restrain, hold back
construir
to build
salir
to go out, leave
descubrir
to discover, uncover, reveal
dividir
to divide, separate
plantar
to plant, throw
tranquilizarse
to calm, down, reassure
gozar
to enjoy
avisar
to warn, tell, notify
voter
to vote
nadar
to swim
engañar
to deceive, trick, fool
colocar
to put, place
fascinar
to fascinate, delight, attract attencion, interest
descansar
to rest, lie down
ayudar
to help
visitar
to visit
cuidar
to look after, care for
desempeñar
to carry out, perform, play a role, redeem
comprodar
to check, prove
realizar
to realize, carry out, accomplish
subrayar
to underline, underscore, emphasize
dormir
to sleep
organizar
to organize, set up, arrange
cancelar
to cancel, remove, settle
olvidar
to forget
mascar
to chew
apartar
to remove, set aside, stray
doblar
to fold, double, turn, dub (film)
señalar
to point to, point, out, mark, show
durar
to last, continue
fracasar
to fail
quemar
to burn
poseer
to possess, hace, own, master, hold (a record)
leer
to read
permitir
to permit, allow, let
charlar
to chat, chatter
botar
to throw out
citar
to make an appointment, summon, quote
mover
to move, stir
medir
to measure
ganar
to earn, win, gain
derribar
to knock down/over, overthrow, demolish
demonstrar
to show, demonstrate, prove
extinguir
to extinguish, put out, wipe out
avanzar
to advance, move forward
aplicar
to apply, attach
atender
to attended to, take care of, receive
ubicar
to be, be situated/located/placed
decir
to say, tell
quejarse
to complain, moan, groan
oftecer
to offer, present
destruir
to destroy
tender
to spread, out, tend, have a tendency
reunirse
to get together, meet
lanzar
to throw, fling, launch
servir
to serve
someter
to subdue, put down, submit
morir
to die
mandar
to order, send, command
competir
compete
vivir
to live
jubilar
to retire
pasearse
to go for a walk, take a ride
tragar
to swallow, stand
resultar
to result, turn out, work out, be
convocar
to convene, call (together), summon
aconsejar
to advise
casarse
to get married
repetir
to repeat, do again, recite
fijarse
to take notice, pay attention
enlazar
to tie together, connent, link
mejorar
to improve, better, ameliorate
resolver
to solve, resolve, dissolve
barrer
to sweep
añadir
to add
esforzarse
to make an effort, try hard, do one's best
bañarse
to bathe, bo swimming
emocionarse
to be moved/touched, get excited/ thrilled/ upset
amar
to love
recoger
to collect, gather, pick, pick up
perseguir
to pursue, chase, fo after, persecute, prosecute
controlar
to control
reparar
to repair, fix, notice
echar
to throw, throw out, give off
sacar
to take out, remove, get
devolver
to return something, give/put back
significar
to mean
estar
to be
depender
to depend
convencer
to convince
resfriarse
to catch a cold/chill
arrancar
to pull up/out, uproot, get, start, set
observar
to observe, notice
jurar
to swear, take an oath
pagar
to pay
zurcir
to darn, mend, put together
exigir
to demand, insist upon, require
repartir
to distribute, share, deliver
Investigar
to investigate, find out, do research
hacer
to do, make
guiar
to guide, lead/take, drive
reir
to laugh
subir
to go up, take up, increase, raise
lucir
to shine, look, excel
comenzar
to begin
beber
to drink
afligir
to afflict, distress
modificar
to modify, change, moderate
madrugar
to get up early
sonar
to sound, ring, blow
afeitarse
to shave
navegar
to navigate, surf
asistir
to attend
separar
to seperate, move away, set aside
suceder
to succeed, happen, occur
exagerar
to overdo, exaggerate, go too far
sentirse
to feel
comprender
to understand, include
ocurrir (ocurrirsele)
to occur, happen (to have an idea)
concluir
to conclude, finish, close
desayunar
to have/eat breakfast
confiar
to trust, commit, confide
ver
to see, watch, look at
continuar
to continue, go/keep on
obligar
to oblige, compel, force
cobrar
to cash, charge
calentar
to heat (up), warm (up)
ceder
to cede, yield, hand over, give in, let up
extrañar
to surprise, miss
conocer
to know, be acquainted/familiar with
brincar
to jump, hop
esperar
to wait, wait for, hope, expect
apagar
to put out, extinguish, turn/shut off, muffle
usar
to use, wear (habitually), be in the habit of/used to
suponer
to suppose, assume, mean, entail
describir
to describe, trace
entusiasmarse
to get excited/enthusiastic, be delighted/love
otorgar
to grant, give, award, confer
sacudir
to shake, beat, jolt
patinar
to skate, skid
utilizar
to use, make use of, utilize
encerrar
to enclose, shut in/ up, conyain, include
recibir
to receive, get
bajar
to go/bring down, descend, lower
quebrar
to break, go bankrupt
fumar
to smoke
temblar
to shake, tremble, shiver
volver
to go/come back, return, turn
emplear
to use, employ
conmover
to move, touch
emprender
to understake, embark upon, start
figurar
to appear, figure, represent, be important, imagine, think
burlarse
to make fun of, mock
actuar
to act, perform, behave
corregir
to correct
faltar
to miss, not go, fail, be missing/lacking, be needed, not be enough
rechazar
to reject, turn down, refuse, repel
bailar
to dance
aprobar
to approve, aprove of, pass
consentir
to consent, allow, spoil
celebrar
to celebrate, praise
divorciarse
to get/be divorced
promover
to promote, provoke, cause
reaccionar
to react
adelantarse
to go forward, advance
encender
to light, ignite, turn/put on, inflame
ir
to go
cerrar
to close
odiar
to hate, defeat
caber
to fit
efectuar
to effect, carry out, do, execute, perform
luchar
to fight, struggle, dispute
partir
to divide, share, leave
yacer
to lie (dead)
callarse
to be/ keep quiet
importar
to be concerned about
encontrar
to find
envolver
to wrap up, involve
maquillarse
to put on makeup, cover up, falsify
entender
to understand
acabar
to finish, end
distinguir
to distinguish, differentiate
molestar
to annoy, bother, mind
correr
to run, move over
adquirir
to acquire, buy
preparar
to prepare, get ready
variar
to vary, change around, be different
enfocar
to focus, consider, look at
ofender
to offend, insult
amenazar
to threaten, menace
agrandar
to enlarge, exaggerate
secar
to dry, wipe
nacer
to be born
andar
to walk
cumplir
to fulfill, carry out, keep one's word, be XX years old
desarrollar
to develop, explain
saltar
to jump, leap
aclarar
to clarify, explain
bostezar
to yawn
iniciar
to initiate, begin, start
tratar
to deal with, treat, try, attempt, be about
matar
to kill, murder
adivinar
to guess, figure out
arreglar
to arrange
gobernar
to govern, manage, direct
marcharse
to go away, leave
insistir
to insist, emphasize
aportar
to contribute, bring forth, provide
apresurarse
to hurry up, rush
tener
to have, hold, take, be
presentar
to present, give, introduce
dibujar
to draw, design, sketch
contar
to count, tell
sugerir
to suggest, hint, insinuate
querer
to want, wish, love
crecer
to grow, increase
planificar
to plan
llevar
to carry, take, lead, have, wear
favorecer
to favor, flatter
defender
to defend
probar
to test, prove, try, try on
agitar
to shake, stir
festejar
to celebrate, entertain
desear
to want, wish, desire
montar
to ride, mount, get on, go up, set, set up, be of importance
freir
to fry
borrar
to erase
esquiar
to ski
rogar
to request, ask, beg, pray
aumentar
to increase, rise
enamorarse
to fall in love
merecer
to deserve, merit, be worthy
incluir
to include, contain
obtener
to obtain, get
alumbrar
to light, illuminate, enlighten
soportar
to support, bear, stand
abrazar
to hug, embrace, cover
bendecir
to bless
desaparecer
to disappear, vanish
introducir
to introduce, show in, cause
meter
to put, to put in
vencer
to conquer, defeat, overcome, expire
platicar
to chat, talk, tell
producir
to produce
discutir
to discuss, argue, debate
referirse
to refer, mean
despedir
to gove off, send/throw out, fire, say goodbye
enojarse
to make\get angry, offend, annoy
robar
to steal, rob
aguantar
to put up with, stand, tolerate
enloquecerse
to go crazy\mad
parecer
to seem, look, appear
acudir
to come , go
vigilar
to watch over, look after, keep an eye on
jugar
to play
encantar
to love, be delighted with
cultivar
to grow, cultivate
disculparse
to apologize, excuse, forgive
asustar
to frighten, scare, horrify
cocinar
to cook
reconocer
to recognizw, acknowledge, admit
justificar
to justificar
carecer
to lack
sufrir
to suffer, undergo, tolerate
quitar
to take off/away, remove
abrir
to open
admitir
to admit, allow
sentarse
to sit down, seat, establish, set up, suit, become
expresar
to express, show, state
tomar
to take, have to eat or drink
coger
to get, take, grasp
conseguir
to get, obtain
dirigir
to direct, address
marearse
to be/feel dizzy, nauseous, seasick
adoptar
to adopt
recorrer
to go/travel through, tour, cover (distance), cross
pronunciar
to pronounce, deliver (a speech)
escuchar
to listen, hear
llegar
to arrive
huir
to flee, escape, run away
interesar
to interest, concern
surgir
to come out, spring up, appear, emerge, arise
morder
to bite
preocuparse
to worry, get worried, be concerned
apoyar
to support, base, lean, second (amotion)
prevenir
to prevent, warn, take precautions
equivocarse
to be mistaken, get wrong, make a mistake
pertenecer
to belong
pagar
to stick, hit, paste, put right against
herir
to hurt, injure, offend
aburrirse
to be/get bored
almorzar
to have lunch
verificar
to check, verify, take place
venir
to come, arrive
quedarse
to stay, remain
preferir
to prefer
adorar
to adore, worship, idolize
terminar
to finish, complete, end
fingir
to feign, pretend
ser
to be
hablar
to speak, talk
procurar
to try, get
atacar
to attack
elegir
to choose, select, elect
juntar
to join, unite, put together
proteger
to protect
enviar
to send
trabajar
to work
alegrarse
to be happy
indicar
to indicate, point out, show, suggest
gastar
to spend, use up, waste, wear out
admirar
to admire
sonreír
to smile
espantar
to frighten, scare, terrify
enfermarse
to get sick
llamar
to call, name
colabrorar
to collaborate, contribute
fiarse
to trust (in), confide in
ahorgarse
to drown, suffocate
retirar
to remove, withdrawl, retire
cortar
to cut, cut out/off/up/through
cepillarse
to brush
tropezar
to stumble, trip, run into, come across
contribuir
to contribute
peinarse
to comb one's hair
dedicar
to dedicate, devote
empujar
to push, shove, urge
formar
to form, give shape, make (up)
interrumpir
to interrupt, cut off/short, block
despertarse
to wake up
cubrir
to cover
doler
to hurt, distress
fabricar
to manufacture, make, fabricate
agotar
to exhaust, use up
merendar
to have a snack (afternoon)
regar
to water, irrigate
levantarse
to get up, stand up, rise
vaciar
to empty
sumar
to add, add up, amount to, summarize, sum up
pisar
to step on, stand on
anunciar
to annouce, tell, advertise
reñir
to quarrel, argue, fight, scold
acostumbrarse
to become accustomed, get used to
pescar
to fish, catch
creer
to believe, think
sustituir
to substitute, replace
empezar
to begin
pensar
to think
soltar
to let go, release, untie, undo
vengar
to avenge, take revenge
marcar
to mark, score, dial
negar
to deny, refuse
decidir
to decide
sollazar
to sob
almacenar
to store, store up
sorprender
to surprise, amaze, astonish
pintar
to paint, draw, descride
besar
to kiss
encargar
to put in/ take charge of, undertake, entrust, order
entrar
to enter, go in, come in
influir
to influence
entregar
to hand in/over, deliver
ascender
to rise, ascend, promote
reformar
to reform, improve
rezar
to pray, say, go, apply
sostener
to support, stand, maintain
sobrar
to have left over, be left over, have more than enough
acertar
to get right
llorar
to cry, weep, be sorry for, mourn
mirar
to look at
saludar
to greet, say hello, salute
acompañar
to accompany, go with
arrojar
to throw, throw out, emit
prohibir
to forbid, prohibit
adelgazar
to get thin, lose weight
palidecer
to turn pale, grow dim, be on the wane
perdonar
to pardon, excuse, forgive
regalar
to give (as a gift), give away
atravesar
to cross, go across, pass through
pasar
to pass, happen, spend time
aparecer
to appear, come out
dejar
to leave, let, permit
suspirar
to sigh
prestar
to lend, give
enredar
to tangle, entangle, confuse, complicate
funcionar
to function, work (machine)
experimentar
to experience, feel, test
acercarse
to approach, come over, bring near/over
especializarse
to specialize
satisfacer
to satisfy
regresar
to return, come/go back
mantener
to maintain, support
aprender
to learn
valorar
to value, appreciate
unificar
to unify, standardize
felicitar
to congratulate, compliment
nevar
to snow
disfrutar
to enjoy, have a good time
cruzar
to cross
dudar
to doubt
torcer
to twist, turn, bend, distort
tocar
to touch, play (musical instrument), knock, be up to, be one's turn
acordarse
to remember, agree
manejar
to manage, handle, drive
reducir
to reduce
buscar
to look for, search
provocar
to provoke, cause, start, incite
soplar
to blow, blow out
viagar
to travel
empeñarse
to pawn, begin, endeavor, strive, persist
colgar
to hang, hang up
caminar
to walk
preguntar
to ask, question, ask for
confesar
to confess, admit
tirar
to throw, discard, pull, knock over, spill
apreciar
to appreciate, esteem, make out, perceive
zambullirse
to dive, plunge, go for a swim
gustar
to like
explicar
to explain, teach, comment upon
engordar
to make\get fat, put on weight
juzgar
to judge, consider, think
cansarse
to get/ become tired
causar
to cause
lograr
to get, achieve, succeed in
detener
to stop, detain
dar
to give
invitar
to invite
tardar
to take (time), be a long time, delay
saber
to know, know how, taste
limpiar
to clean
basar
to base
acostarse
to go to bed
recomendar
to recommend
conducir
to drive, lead
crear
to create, make, invent
ducharse
to take a shower
perder
to lose, waste, miss
costar
to cost
vestirse
to dress, get dressed
soler
so usually do, be accustomed to
agarrar
to grasp, grab
necesitar
to need, require
guardar
to keep, put away, take care of, save
facilitar
to facilitate, make easy, get, provide
atreverse
to dare
mentir
to lie, deceive
ahorrar
to save, save up
enfadarse
to get/ become angry
rebajar
to lower, reduce, cut
soñar
to dream
oír
to hear, listen to
parar
to stop, stay
pedir
to ask for, request, order
establecer
to establish, set up, found
hay
there is, there are
impedir
to prevent, impede, obstruct
asegurar
to assure, make sure
ejercer
to practise, be in practise, exercise, exert

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