Popular Spanish Verbs Vocabulary Word List (Large)

List these Spanish verbs vocabulary words.
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Last updated: March 21, 2012
First submittedMarch 21, 2012
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English
español
to love
amar
to hug
abrazar
to open
abrir
to agree with
acordar
to go to bed
acostarse
to admit
admitir
to rent
alquilar
to analyze
analizar
to turn off
apagar
to learn
aprender
to attend to
atender
to help
ayudar
to dance
bailar
to drink
beber
to look for
buscar
to fall
caer
to heat up
calentar
to walk
caminar
to sing
cantar
to punish
castigar
to hunt
cazar
to cook
cocinar
to eat
comer
to complicate
complicar
to buy
comprar
to understand
comprender
to confess
confesar
to confide
confiar
to know
conocer
to construct
construir
to count
contar
to continue
continuar
to contribute
contribuir
to run
correr
to cost
costar
to believe
creer
to cover
cubrir
to give
dar
to owe
deber
to decide
decidir
to say
decir
to defend
defender
English
español
to leave
dejar
to describe
describir
to discover
descubrir
to desire
desear
to destroy
destruir
to arrest
detener
to discuss
discutir
to dissolve
disolver
to distribute
distribuir
to hurt
doler
to sleep
dormir
to begin
empezar
to find
encontrar
to teach
enseñar
to enter
entrar
to send
enviar
to write
escribir
to listen
escuchar
to wait
esperar
to spy
espiar
to ski
esquiar
to be
estar
to study
estudiar
to exist
existir
to explain
explicar
to extract
extraer
to sign
firmar
to win
ganar
to spend
gastar
to enjoy
disfrutar
to speak
hablar
to make
hacer
to boil
hervir
to include
incluir
to influence
influir
to go
ir
to justify
justificar
to wash
lavar
to read
leer
to arrive
llegar
to wear
llevar
to rain
llover
English
español
to maltreat
maltraer
to chew
masticar
to lie
mentir
to watch
mirar
to bite
morder
to die
morir
to show
mostrar
to need
necesitar
to obtain
obtener
to hear
oír
to forget
olvidar
to omit
omitir
to pay
pagar
to ask for
pedir
to think
pensar
to lose
perder
to permit
permitir
to be able
poder
to practice
practicar
to prefer
preferir
to ask
preguntar
to prepare
preparar
to provoke
provocar
to want
querer
to receive
recibir
to remember
recordar
to return
regresar
to break
romper
to sit
sentar
to go up
subir
to suffer
sufrir
to fear
temer
to touch
tocar
to work
trabajar
to bring
traer
to swallow
tragar
to unite
unir
to use
usar
to sell
vender
to travel
viajar
to visit
visitar
to live
vivir
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Level 17
May 25, 2012
wow i have completely different translations that i learned!
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Level 69
Nov 16, 2012
Yeah many of the words have multiple synonyms. Although I think maltreat is "maltratar",
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Level 42
Aug 24, 2012
there's an 's' missing in 'construct'
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Level 37
Apr 21, 2014
61, or 48%, of them. For someone who has been learning Spanish in school for 10 years, I expected myself to do better. . .
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Level 40
Dec 10, 2015
to maltreat is "maltratar"
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Level 52
Aug 27, 2016
Maltreat, or rather mistreat is maltratar...maltraer is not a word.
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Level 58
May 6, 2018
to contruct should be construct.
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Level 24
Mar 10, 2021
"Maltraer" verb is not common at all in Spanish of Spain.
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Level 85
May 19, 2021
Good quiz. I'm curious why the word for "to love" is not in alphabetical order, since everything else seems to be.
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Level 66
Oct 22, 2021
"to enjoy"/"disfrutar" is out of alphabetical order. I'm guessing it used to be "gustar" (which is what I tried) but that you made it more accurate and "disfrutar" instead, but it's out of order now
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Level 21
Mar 29, 2022
maltreat is maltratar o dañar o lastimar, "maltraer" does not exist
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Level 54
Jul 13, 2022
"Llevar" alone usually means "to carry". "Llevar puesto", "traer puesto" or "portar" should be valid answers for the verb "to wear". Native speaker here :)
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Level 31
Aug 25, 2022
OK. I'm NOT memorizing 126 words.