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maltraer
to insult, abuse, mistreat
maltratar
to mistreat; to batter
manchar
to soil, stain, sully
mandar
to order, ask for, command
manejar
to handle, manage, drive
manipular
to manipulate, handle
mantener
to maintain, support
marginar
to marginalize, isolate
maquillarse
to put on make-up
marcar
to mark, notice; indicate
marchar
to walk, march, work a machine
marrar
to miss; to fail, go badly
mascar
to chew; (inf) to mumble
masticar
to chew, masticate
matar
to kill (literally and figuratively)
mecer
to rock, swing, sway, stir
mediar
to mediate, to be in the middle; to happen
medir
to compare, measure
meditar
to meditate
mejorar
to improve, upgrade
memorizar
to memorize
mencionar
to mention
menguar
to diminish; to discredit
mentir
to lie
merecer
to deserve, merit
merendar
to glance at; to have an afternoon snack
meter
to put, insert; to score (a goal)
mezclar
to mix
mirar
to watch, look at, consider
mitigar
to mitigate, appease
modernizar
to modernize
modificar
to modify
mojar
to wet; to interfere
moler
to grind, wear out
molestar
to bother, annoy
montar
to climb, go up, mount
morder
to bite; to corrode
morir
to die; to kill
mostrar
to show, point out
mover
to move; to cause, provoke
mudar
to change
multiplicar
to multiply
nacer
to be born, hatch, sprout
nadar
to swim
narrar
to narrate
naturalizar
to naturalize
navegar
to navigate
necesitar
to need, necessitate
negar
to deny, reject, refuse
negociar
to negotiate
nevar
to snow
ningunear
to scorn; to treat badly
nombrar
to name, designate
nominar
to nominate
normalizar
to normalize
notar
to notice, perceive; to note down
noticiar
to notify
notificar
to notify
numerar
to number
nutrir
to nourish
obedecer
to obey
objetar
to object; to present (an argument)
objetivar
to objectify, state objectively
obligar
to force, compel, oblige
obliterar
to obliterate
obrar
to work; to behave, act
obsequiar
to be obsequious, lavish attention
observar
to observe
obstruir
to obstruct
obtener
to obtain, get
ocultar
to hide, conceal
ocupar
to occupy; to confiscate
ocurrir
to occur
oficiar
to officiate; to inform officially
ofrecer
to give, offer, present
ofrendar
to offer
ofuscar
to obfuscate; to dazzle
oír
to hear, listen
ojear
to eye, stare at; to drive away
olear
to wave; flutter (not ondularse)
oler
to smell; to pry into, sniff out
olvidar
to forget, omit
omitir
to omit
ondularse
to wave, undulate (not olear)
operar
to operate; to effect
opinar
to think; to opine
oponer
to oppose
oprimir
to press, squeeze
optar
to opt, choose; to compete
ordenar
to order, arrange
organizar
to organize, set up
osar
to dare
oscilar
to oscillate, swing, fluctuate
oscurecer
to obscure
pagar
to pay, repay
paginar
to paginate, number pages
palpar
to touch, feel
palpitar
to palpitate, beat, throb
parar
to stop
parecer
to seem, appear, look
parir
to give birth
participar
to participate; to notify, inform
patinar
to skate; to skid, slip
partir
to depart, set out; to divide
pasar
to pass, give; to happen, spend (time)
pasear
to stroll; to take for a walk
patear
to trample, kick
pausar
to slow down
pedir
to ask for, request, order
pegar
to beat, hit; to glue, adhere
peinar
to comb
pelar
to shear, skin, peel
peligrar
to be in danger
penar
to penalize, punish; to suffer
penetrar
to penetrate
pensar
to think
percibir
to perceive, sense
perder
to lose
perdonar
to pardon, forgive, excuse
perdurar
to last
perecer
to perish
perfilar
to outline, shape; to streamline
perfumar
to perfume
perjudicar
to harm, prejudice
perjurar
to perjure
permanecer
to stay, remain
permutar
to exchange
perseguir
to pursue, persecute
persistir
to persist
personalizar
to personalize
personificar
to personify
persuadir
to persuade
pertenecer
to pertain
pervertir
to pervert
pesar
to weigh; to distress
pescar
to fish, catch
picar
to pierce, prick; to sting
pilotar
to pilot; to drive, steer
pintar
to paint
pisar
to tread, step, walk (on)
plagar
to plague
planchar
to iron
plantar
to plant; to erect, set up
platicar
to talk, chat
planear
to plan; to hover
plantear
to implant; to plan, to cause (problems)
poder
can, may, to be able
poner
to put; to switch
portarse
to behave
posar
to put down, place; to pose
poseer
to possess, own
posponer
to postpone; to place after
potenciar
to favor; to promote, develop, improve
practicar
to practice; to perform, carry out
precisar
to need; to pinpoint, specify
predicar
To preach
predecir
to predict
predisponer
to predispose, prejudice, bias
predominar
to dominate, predominate
preferir
to prefer
preguntar
to ask, inquire
prender
to catch, attach
preocuparse
to worry, preoccupy
preparar
to prepare, train
preponer
to place before
prescribir
to prescribe
presentar
to present, introduce
presentir
to have a premonition; to feel, be aware
preservar
to preserve, protect
prestar
to loan, lend
presuponer
to presuppose, assume
pretender
to try to; to claim
prevalecer
to prevail, thrive
prevenir
to prevent; to warn; to prepare
prever
to foresee, anticipate
principiar
to begin
privar
to deprive; to forbid; to delight
probar
to test, try; to prove
proceder
to proceed
proclamar
to proclaim
procurar
to procure; to try to
producir
to produce; to cause
proferir
to utter
progresar
to progress
prohibir
to forbid, prohibit
prometer
to promise
promover
to promote
promulgar
to promulgate
pronunciar
to pronounce
propagar
to propagate, disseminate
proponer
to propose, suggest
proporcionar
to supply; to adjust
proscribir
to prohibit, proscribe
proseguir
to continue, proceed with
prosperar
to prosper
proteger
to protect
protestar
to protest
provenir
to come from, stem from
provocar
to provoke; to tempt; to bring about
publicar
to publish, publicize
pulir
to polish
pulsar
to press, click (mouse); to pulsate
puntuar
to punctuate; to assess
purgar
to purge, purify
quebrantar
to shatter; to weaken; to force
quebrar
to break, smash; to interrupt
quedar
to stay, remain, be left, ; to be
quejarse
to complain, protest
quemar
to burn; to annoy (not abrasar)
querer
to want; to love
quitar
to remove, take away; to ward off