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200 Most Common Spanish Verbs (+ PDF)

Most Common Spanish Verbs PDFAre you ready to give your Spanish vocabulary a major boost?

You better be because today, we’ll be going through 200 of the most commonly used verbs in Spanish. These are some very useful verbs that you’ll encounter a lot in everyday Spanish conversations.

So, without much ado, let’s check them out, shall we? And oh, don’t forget to bookmark this page for easy access! Or better yet, click on the button below to get a PDF copy!

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Here’s the list.

Abanderar/RegistrarTo register
AbrirTo open
AburrirTo bore
AcabarTo finish
AceptarTo accept
AcordarTo do something
AcostarTo go to bed
AlmorzarTo have lunch
AmarTo love
AndarTo walk
ApagarOff – putout – extinguish
AprenderTo learn
AsistirTo assist – attend
AyudarTo help
BailarTo dance
BajarTo go down – get off (bus)
BeberTo drink
BuscarTo look for
CaberTo fit
CaerTo fall
CambiarTo change
CantarTo sing
CasarTo marry / get married
CenarTo have dinner, To have a evening meal.
CerrarTo close
CocinarTo cook
CogerTo pick up / take / catch
ComenzarTo star / begin
ComerTo eat
CompartirTo share
ComprarTo buy
ComprenderTo understand
ConducirTo driver
ConocerTo know
ConseguirTo obtein / fin
ConstruirTo build
To count / tell
CorregirTo correct
CorrerTo run
CortarTo cute
CostarTo cost
CrearTo create
CrecerTo grow
CreerTo think
CruzarTo cross
CubrirTo cover
DarTo give
DeberTo must
DecidirTo decide
DecirTo say / tell
DefenderTo defend / stand up for
DejarTo leave
DesayunarTo have breakfast
DescubrirTo discover
DesearTo wish
DespedirTo say goodbye
DespertarTo wake up
DestruirTo destroy / wreck / demolish
DevolverTo return
DirigirTo manage
DivertirTo entertain / have fun
Dolerto hurt
DormirTo sleep
DucharTo take a shower
EcharTo throw
ElegirTo choose
EmpezarTo begin
EncantarTo love something
EncenderTo light / turn on
EncontrarTo find
EntenderTo understand
EntrarTo go in
EnviarTo send
EscogerTo choose
EscribirTo writte
EscucharTo listen
EsperarTo wait
EstarTo be
EstudiarTo study
ExigirTo demand / require
ExplicarTo explain
GanarTo win
GastarTo spend
GustarTo like
HaberTo have
HabilitarTo fit out / authorise
HabitarTo inhabit
HabituarTo get used to
HablarTo speak
HacerTo make, to do
HackearTo hack
HalagarTo flatter
HartarTo get bored of
HelarTo freeze
HenchirTo fill
HerirTo hurt
HervirTo boil
HincharTo swell
HospedarTo provide accomodation
HostigarTo bother, pester
HuirTo run away, to escape
IncluirTo include
IrTo go
JugarTo play
LavarTo wash
LeerTo read
LevantarTo raise
LimpiarTo clean
LlamarTo call
LlenarTo fill
LlegarTo arrive
LlevarTo carry, wear
LlorarTo cry
LloverTo rain
MandarTo order
ManejarTo handle, use, manage.
MantenerTo maintain
MedirTo measure
MentirTo lie
MirarTo look at, wash
MorirTo die
MostrarTo show
MoverTo move
NaceTo beborn
NadarTo swim
NecesitarTo need
ObtenerTo obtain, win, get.
OfrecerTo offer
OirTo hear
OlerTo smell
OlvidarTo forget
OrganizarTo organize
PagarTo pay
PararTo stop
ParecerTo look like, seem
PasarTo pass
PedirTo ask, ask for
PensarTo think
PerderTo lose
PermitirTo allow
PoderBe able to
PonerTo put
PracticarTo practise
PreferirTo prefer
PreguntarTo ask
PrepararTo prepare
PrestarTo lend
ProbarTo taste, try, try on
ProtegerTo protect
QuedarTo stay
QuejarTo complain
QuererTo want
QuitarTo take off
RecibirTo receive
RecogerTo pick up
RecomendarTo recommend
RecordarTo remember
RegresarTo go back, come back
ReirTo laugh
RepetirTo repeat
Resolverto resolve
RogarTo beg
RomperTo break
RezarTo pray
RemarTo row
SaberTo know
SacarTo take out
SalirTo go out
SecarTo dry
SeguirTo follow
SentarTo sit, seat
SentirTo feel
SerTo be
ServirTo serve
SofreirTo saute, fry.
SolerTo ussually do something
SonarTo sound
SonreirTo smile
SubirTo go up, com up
SugerirTo suggest
SumergirTo inmerse, submerge, dip.
TenerTo have
TerminarTo finish
TocarTo touch
TomarTo take
TrabajarTo work
TraducirTo translate
TraerTo bring
TratarTo treat /try
UsarTo use
ValerTo be worth
VelarTo guard
VenderTo sale
VenirTo come
VerTo see
VestirTo wear, dress
ViajarTo travel
VisitarTo visit
VivirTo live
VolarTo fly
VolverTo return
ViolarTo violate

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About the Author Ana

Anastasia is a Chicago, Illinois native. She began studying Spanish over 10 years ago, and hasn’t stopped since. Living in Spain since 2012, she loves Spanish tortilla, vino tinto, and anything that contains jamón ibérico.

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