Verbs that change from “o” to “ue” when conjugated


Example: mover - mueva (yo indicative)


acordar - to decide, resolve, agree [on]

acordarse - to remember

acostar - to put to bed

acostarse - to go to bed, lie down

almorzar - to lunch, eat lunch, have lunch

apostar - to bet, wager

aprobar - to pass

colgar - to hang, hang up, be hanging, be suspended

contar - to count, relate, tell

costar - to cost

demostrar - to demonstrate, show

devolver - to return, give back

doler - to hurt, pain, ache

dormir - to sleep

dormirse - to go to sleep, fall asleep

encontrar - to find, encounter

encontrarse - find oneself

llover - to rain

morir - to die

mostrar - to show

mover - to move

moverse - to move [oneself]

poder - to be able, can

probar - to taste, try, test

recordar - to remember, remind

renovar - to renew; to renovate

resolver - to solve, resolve

rogar - to plead, beg, ask for

soler - to be accustomed to, be accustomed to

sonar - to sound; to ring

torcer - to twist, bend, warp, wring, sprain

volar - to fly

volver - to return, go back



Most of the verb conjugations including English translation used in this website are based on Fred Jehle's Spanish Verb Database which was compiled by Brian Ghidinelli.


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