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la rutina diaria

Spanish daily routine and reflexive verbs

abrir el botiquín to open the medicine cabinet
abrir el grifo del lavabo to turn on the faucet
aburrirse to become bored
acostarse (ue) to go to bed
afeitarse to shave
agarrar to grab
bañarse to take a bath
bostezar to yawn
casarse to get married
cepillarse to brush
el cepillo de dientes the toothbrush
cerrar (ie) el grifo del lavabo to turn off the faucet
cortarse las uñas to cut one's nails
despertarse (ie) to wake up
desvestirse (i) to get undressed
divertirse (ie) to have fun; to have a good time
dormirse (ue) to fall asleep
ducharse to take a shower
enfermarse to become sick
enjuagarse to rinse
el enjuague bucal the mouthwash
enojarse to get mad
escupir to spit
estirarse to stretch
frotarse (los ojos) to rub one's eyes
hacer gárgaras to gargle
irse to go away
el jabón the soap
la jabonera the soap dish
lastimarse to hurt oneself
lavarse to wash
levantarse to get up
llenar un vaso con agua to fill a glass with water
mantenerse (ie) to maintain (oneself); to stay in shape
maquillarse to put on makeup
mirarse en el espejo to look at yourself in the mirror
la pasta dentífrica the toothpaste
peinarse to comb
pesarse to weigh (oneself)
pintarse to paint (oneself)
ponerse * to put on (clothing)
ponerse* (an adjective) to become (adjective)
preocuparse to worry
prepararse to get ready
quitarse to take off (clothing)
romperse to break (a bone)
roncar to snore
secarse to dry (oneself)
sentarse (ie) to sit
sentirse (ie) to feel (emotions)
la toalla the towel
colgar (ue) to hang up
un trago a gulp
bebe un trago de agua drink a gulp of water
vestirse (i) to get dressed
Created by: bethlawrence
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