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Reflexive verbs

reflexive verbs

acordarse (de) (o:ue) to remember
acostarse (o:ue) to go to bed
afeitarse to shave
baƱarse to bathe; take a bath
cepillarse el pelo to brush one's hair
cepillarse los dientes to brush one's teeth
despedirse (de) (e:i) to say good
despertarse (e:ie) to wake up
dormirse (o:ue) to go to sleep; to fall asleep
ducharse to shower; to take a shower
enojarse (con) to get angry (with)
irse to go away; to leave
lavarse la cara to wash one's face
lavarse las manos to wash one's hands
levantarse to get up
llamarse to be called; to be named
maquillarse to put on makeup
peinarse to comb one's hair
ponerse to put on
ponerse (+ adj.) to become (+ adj.)
preocuparse (por) to worry (about)
probarse (o:ue) to try on
quedarse to stay; to remain
quitarse to take off
secarse to dry (oneself)
sentarse (e:ie) to sit down
sentirse (e:ie) to feel
vestirse (e:i) to get dressed
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