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Spanish Vocabulary- Verbs with Prepositions



Spanish Vocabulary

Los Verbos Con Preposiciones- Verbs with Prepositions

Abogar por- To plead on behalf of (someone/something)

Aburrirse de- To get/be bored by/with (someone/something/doing something)

Abusar de- To abuse (someone/something)/To take advantage of (someone/something) [negative connotation]

Acabar con- To do away with/To destroy

Acabar de- To have just (done something)

Acabar por- To end by (doing something)/To wind up (doing something)

Acordarse de- To remember (someone/something)/To remember to (do something)

Aferrarse a- To cling to

Alegrarse de- To be glad of/about/to (something)

Alejarse de- To go/get away from(someone/something/somewhere)

Amenazar con- To threaten to

Apresurarse a- To hurry to/To hurry up to

Aprovecharse de- To take advantage of (someone/something/doing something)

Apurarse por- To worry oneself about (sometihng/something/doing something), To fret over (someone/something/doing something)

Arrepentirse de- To repent for (something/doing something)/To be sorry for (something/doing something)

Asombrarse de- To be astonished at (something)

Asustarse de + infinitive- To be afraid (something)

Atenerse a- To depend on/To rely on

Atribuir la cosa a- To attribute the thing to

Avergonzarse de- To be ashamed of (someone/something)

Basarse en- To be based on

Cambiar por- To exchange (something)

Cansarse de- To be/get tired of (someone/something/doing something)

Cerciorarse de (que)- To make sure (that)

Consistir en- To consist of (something)

Cumplir con- To meet (something)

Dejar de- To stop (doing something)

Depender der- To depend on (someone/something/doing something)

Disfrutar de- To enjoy

Disparar contra- To shoot at somebody

Encargarse de- To take charge of (someone/something/doing something)

Gozar de- To enjoy (something)

Gritarle a alguien- To shout at somebody

Hacer por- To try to (do something)

Hacerse con- To take

Irrumpir en- To barge through/into

Jactarse de- To brag about (something/doing something)/To boast of (something/doing something)

Lanzar una piedra contra alguien- To throw a stone at somebody

Llorar por- To cry for/about (someone/something/doing something)

Marcharse de- To leave (somewhere)/To walk away from (somewhere)

Mirar por- To care about (someone)/To worry about (someone)

Ofenderse por- To be offended by (something/doing something)

Opinar sobre- To opine about/To express one's view on/To give one's opinion about

Olvidarse de- To forget (someone/something)/To forget to (do something)

Parar de- To stop (doing something)

Parecerse a- To look like

Pensar de- To think of (someone/something)/To have an opinion about (someone/something)

Pensar en- To think about

Preguntar por- To ask for/about

Preocuparse por- To worry about (someone/something/doing something)

Prepararse para- To prepare oneself for (something)/To prepare oneself to (do something)

Quejarse de- To complain of/about (someone/something/doing something)

Rabiar por- To be crazy about (someone/something/doing something)

Recurrir a- To resort to

Rogar por- To plead for

Soñar con- To dream of

Sorprenderse de- To be surprised/amazed at (something)

Tender a- To tend to

Terminar de- To finish (doing something)

Toparse con- To run into

Trabajar para- To work for (someone/company)

Trabajar por- To work for (someone [as a substitute])

Tratar de- To try to (do something)

Tronar con- To quarrel with

Votar por- To vote for (someone/something)

 

 

 

Ejemplos de Oraciones- Example Sentences

Estoy pensando en ir al cine- I'm thinking about going to the movies

El hombre acusa a la mujer de querer hacerse con su oro- The man accuses the woman of wanting to take his gold

Dios decidió acabar con toda la gente- God decided to destroy all people

Por fin, dejó de llover- Finally, it stopped raining

Abraham se alegró de recibir visitas- Abraham was happy to receive visitors

Cuando un maestro está enfermo, típicamente un sustituto trabaja por él- When a teacher is sick, typically a substitute works for him

Juan rabia por Maria- John is crazy about Mary

Miro por ella- I care about her

Hace por esquiar- He tries to ski

Cambié mis pesos por dólares- I exchanged my pesos for dollars

Votaré por el Señor Rodriguez- I will vote for Mr. Rodriguez

Me preocupo much por mis niños- I worry a lot about my kids

Lloro por mi hermana enferma- I cry for my sick sister

Trabajo para Amazon- I work for Amazon

Trabajo para el gobierno- I work for the government

Cada mañana, me preparo para el trabajo- Each morning, I prepare myself for work

Cada noche, me preparo para acostarme después de ducharme- Each night, I prepare myself to go to bed after showering

Siempre acabo por hacerlo- I always end up doing it

Abogo por mis niños- I plead on behalf of my children

Me apuro por la situación- I worry about the situation

Acabo de leer el capítulo- I have just finished reading the chapter

Me sorprendo del evento- I am surprised by the event

Hace media hora que termino de comer- I finished eating a half hour ago

Tenía que alejarme de ella- I had to get away from here

Me acuerdo de ir- I remember to go

Me aprovecho de todas las situaciones- I take advantage of every situation

Me aburro de jugar al baloncesto- I'm bored with playing basketball

Me avergüenzo de mis acciones- I'm ashamed of my actions

Me aburro- I'm getting bored

Trataré de hacerlo- I will try to do it

Me olvidé de hacerlo- I forgot to do it

Te quejas de todo- You complain about everything

Gozo de manzanas- I enjoy apples

Dependo de ella- I depend on her

Me canso de ir de compras- I'm tired of shopping

Se marchó del club- He left the club

Sueño con ser enfermero- I dream of being a nurse

Me asusto de pensarlo- It frightens me to think about it

El presidente amenaza con cerrar el programa- The president threatens to close the program

Ella se apresuró a esconderlo- She hurried to find him

Los migrantes opinan sobre el muro- The migrants express their view on the wall

La policía tiene que recurrir a las bicicletas para patrullar las calles porque hay una falta de gasolina- The police has to resort to bicycles in order to patrol the streets because there is a shortage of gasoline

Tiendo a hacer ejercicio por la noche- I tend to exercise at night

El gobierno atribuye el atentado al grupo terrorista- The government attributes the assault to the terrorist group

Siempre trato de disfrutar de los placeres de la vida- I always try to enjoy the pleasures of life

Tengo que cumplir con mis metas este año- I have to meet my goals this year

Pienso mucho en mi familia- I think a lot about my family

La estrategia de la defensa se basa en sembrar dudas- The strategy of the defense is based on sowing doubts

Él visita los lugares para cerciorarse de que el servicio se desempeña en ellos con la debida puntualidad- He visits theplaces to make sure that the service is performed in them with due punctuality

Los supervivientes del ciclón se aferran a los techos mientras esperan su rescate-  The survivors of the cyclone cling to the roofs while they wait their rescue



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Published on Aug. 23, 2018

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