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racionar
to ration
rajar
to split, crack, slice; to chatter
rascar
to scrape, rasp, scratch
rasgar
to tear
raspar
to scrape, rasp
rastrear
to dredge, trawl; to track, trail
rastrillar
to rake
ratificar
to ratify
razonar
to reason; to itemize
reaccionar
to react
realizar
to make real, realize
reanimar
to revive, stimulate
reanudar
to resume
reaparecer
to reappear, return
rearmar
to rearm
reasumir
to resume, reassume
rebajar
to lower, reduce; to humble, disparage
rebasar
to surpass, exceed
rebatir
to repel, parry, reject
rebotar
to bounce, rebound
recalentar
to reheat, overheat
recapitular
to recapitulate, summarize
recargar
to overload; to increase tax
recelar
to suspect
recetar
to prescribe
rechazar
to repel, reject
recibir
to receive; to greet, entertain
recitar
to recite
reclamar
to demand, claim; to protest
recobrar
to recover, retrieve
recoger
to gather, pick up
recomendar
to recommend
recomenzar
to begin again, recommence
recomponer
to mend, repair; (inf) to dress up
reconcentrar
to concentrate on; to bring together
reconocer
to recognize, identify, acknowledge
reconstituir
to reconstitute
reconstruir
to rebuild
recontar
to recount, count again; retell
reconvenir
to reprimand
recordar
to remember, remind
recorrer
to traverse, go over/through
recortar
to cut off, trim
rectificar
to rectify
recubrir
to cover, coat
recular
to recoil, retreat
recuperar
to recuperate, recover, reclaim
reducir
to reduce
reeditar
to reissue, reprint
reelegir
to re-elect
referir
to tell, refer
reflejar
to reflect
reformar
reform
regalar
to present, give; to treat well
regar
to water, irrigate (not abrevar)
regir
to rule, govern, prevail
registrar
to register, record; to search
regresar
to return, come/go back
regular
to regulate
rehacer
to redo
reír
to laugh
relajar
to relax
releer
to reread
relevar
to relieve; to emboss
rellenar
to refill, stuff
relumbrar
to glare, shine brightly
remarcar
to observe, remark; to emphasize
remediar
to remedy, repair; to prevent
remeter
to put back
remitir
to send, remit
remontar
to mend; to surmount
remorder
to grieve
remover
to remove; to dig/stir up
renacer
to be reborn; to revive
rendir
to produce, yield; to defeat; to exhaust
renovar
to renovate, renew
renunciar
to renounce
reñir
to quarrel; to scold
reorganizar
to reorganize
reparar
to repair; to notice
repartir
to distribute, divide
repasar
to pass again; to sew; to check, revise
repeler
to repel
repentizar
to ad-lib, improve; to sight-read
repetir
to repeat
repintar
to repaint
replantar
to replant
replicar
to retort, rejoin, answer back
reponer
to replace
reposar
to repose; to let one's stomach settle
repreguntar
to cross-examine
represar
to repress; to restrain; to recapture
representar
to represent, depict; to perform, act
reprimir
to repress
reprochar
to reproach
reproducir
to reproduce
repudiar
to repudiate, disown
repulsar
to repulse, refuse
requebrar
to flatter, compliment
requerir
to require; to request
resaltar
to stick out, project; to bounce
resbalar
to slip, skid
resentirse
to resent; to suffer from
reservar
to reserve; to conceal
residir
to reside
resistir
to resist; to withstand, endure
resolver
to solve, resolve
resonar
to echo, resonate
respectar
to concern, relate to
respirar
to breathe
responder
to respond, answer
restar
to take away, deduct; to remain
restituir
to return, give back; to restore
resucitar
to resuscitate, revive
resultar
to be; to result, ensue, amount to
resumir
to summarize; to abridge
resurgir
to reappear; to recover
retar
to challenge, defy
retardar
to delay, retard
retener
to retain, hold back
retirar
to retire; to withdraw
retorcer
to twist
retractar
to retract
retraer
to bring back; to dissuade
retransmitir
to relay; to retransmit
retrasar
to delay, postpone
retratar
to portray
reunir
to reunite, gather, combine
revelar
to reveal, disclose
revender
to resell
reventar
to burst, explode, pop
revertir
to revert
revisar
to revise; to check over
revivir
to revive; to relive
revocar
to revoke; to dissuade
revolotear
to flutter
revolver
to stir through, disturb
rezar
to pray, read, say
rezumar
to ooze, leak
ridiculizar
to ridicule
rimar
to rhyme
rizar
to curl, ripple
robar
to rob, steal; to kidnap
rodar
to roll, wheel; to travel; to race
rodear
to surround; to detour
rogar
to plead, beg, pray
romper
to break, tear
roncar
to snore; to threaten
rozar
to rub, chafe; to border on
rumiar
to chew; to ruminate