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Dictionary Spanish English: sth

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NOUN   a farewell to sb./sth. | farewells to sb./sth.
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SYNO   STH | growth hormone ... 
algo {pron}
16
something <sth.>
Others
algn/algo es
5
sb./sth. is
algn/algo vinosb./sth. came
Verbs
beber (algo)
29
to drink (sth.)
comprar algo
28
to buy sth.
comer (algo)
27
to eat (sth.)
tomar algo
25
to take sth.
hacer algo
24
to do sth.
leer (algo)
23
to read (sth.)
nadar (algo)
23
to swim (sth.)
escribir (algo)
23
to write (sth.)
tener algo
22
to have sth.
abrir (algo)
22
to open (sth.)
decir algo
22
to say sth.
ver a-algn/algo
22
to see sb./sth.
recibir algo
21
to get sth.
encontrar a-algn/algo
20
to find sb./sth.
conseguir algo
20
to get sth.
hablar (algo)
20
to speak (sth.)
empezar (algo)
19
to begin (sth.)
traer algo
19
to bring sth.
acabar (algo)
19
to end (sth.)
cambiar (algo)
18
to change (sth.)
dar algo
18
to give sth.
llevar algo
18
to wear sth. [clothes]
trabajar (algo)
18
to work (sth.)
mús. tocar (algo)
17
to play (sth.) [an instrument]
recordar (algo)
17
to remember (sth.)
correr (algo)
17
to run (sth.) [on foot, a distance, a risk]
pensar (algo) [razonar, creer]
17
to think (sth.)
llevar algo
16
to carry sth.
cocinar (algo)
16
to cook (sth.)
contar (algo)
16
to count (sth.)
cortar algo
16
to cut sth.
escuchar a-algn/algo [esp. am.]
16
to hear sb./sth.
necesitar a-algn/algo
16
to need sb./sth.
poner algo [colocar, situar]
16
to put sth.
cantar (algo)
16
to sing (sth.)
llevar algo
16
to take sth.
intentar algo
16
to try sth.
olvidar algo
15
to forget sth.
oír a-algn/algo
15
to hear sb./sth.
aprender algo
15
to learn sth. [memorize]
dejar a-algn/algo
15
to leave sb./sth. [a thing somewhere, a person alone]
pagar a-algn/algo
15
to pay sb./sth.
preferir a-algn/algo
15
to prefer sb./sth.
recibir algo
15
to receive sth.
creer (algo)
14
to believe (sth.)
romper (algo)
14
to break (sth.)
baile bailar (algo)
14
to dance (sth.)
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