Regular “se” Verbs

aburrirse - to get bored, become bored, be bored

acercarse - to approach

acostumbrarse - to get used to, get accustomed to

afeitarse - to shave [oneself]

alegrarse - to be glad, happy; to become/get happy; to rejoice

asustarse - to be frightened [oneself]

atreverse - to dare

bañarse - to take a bath, bathe [oneself]

broncearse - to get a suntan, tan

burlarse - to mock, ridicule, make fun of [someone/something]

callarse - to keep quiet , be quiet, shut up, be silent, remain silent

calmarse - to calm down [oneself]

cansarse - to get tired, get worn out, get weary

casarse - to marry [someone], get married [to someone]

decidirse - to decide, make up one's mind

desarrollarse - to develop, evolve; to unwind

divorciarse - to get divorced [from somebody]

ducharse - to take a shower, shower [oneself]

echarse - to throw, fling, hurl [oneself]

emborracharse - to get drunk, become drunk

enamorarse - to fall in love

enfadarse - to get angry, get irratated, get annoyed

enfermarse - to get sick, become ill, fall ill. become sick

enojarse - to get angry, get upset, lose one's temper

enterarse - to find out [about something], to learn [of something])

entusiasmarse - to get excited, become excited [filled with excitement or enthusiasm]

esconderse - to hide [oneself], be hidden

hallarse - to be, to find oneself; to be located, found

jactarse - to boast, brag

juntarse - to join, come together, gather together, meet

lavarse - to wash [oneself], to wash up

levantarse - to get up

llamarse - to be called, be named

maquillarse - to put on make-up [on oneself]

matricularse - to register, enroll, matriculate [oneself]

mudarse - to move [=change residence]

olvidarse - to forget

peinarse - to comb one's hair; to do one's hair

prepararse - to get

quedarse - to stay [behind], remain [behind]

quejarse - to complain

quemarse - to burn [oneself], to burn up, burn down

registrarse - to register [oneself]


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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