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The top 135 AR Spanish verbs you need to know are all written in the infinitive form with an ending that either will end with -ar, -er, or -ir. The ending of the verb will depend on how it is conjugated.
 
Some of the words on this list are stem-changing Spanish verbs. You can read more about them and how to conjugate Spanish verbs by reading my blog post on How to Conjugate Spanish Verbs.
 


The Top 135 AR Spanish Verbs You Need to Know

The most common -AR Spanish verbs that are listed on this page have been listed in alphabetical order. These words are Spanish verbs that are frequently used in the Spanish language. If you are interested in learning the Spanish verbs, review this list to see the most frequently used -AR verbs that are used in Spanish.

Spanish Verbs Ending in AR

A

  1. abandonar - to abandon, to leave behind, to desert, to quit, to give up
  2. acabar - to finish, to end
  3. aceptar - to accept, to approve, to agree to
  4. acerar - to bring near
  5. acompañar - to accompany
  6. acordar - to decide, to resolve, to agree (on)
  7. actuar - to act, to perform, to operate
  8. alcanzar - to reach, to catch up
  9. amar - to love
  10. andar - to walk
  11. aplicar - to apply
  12. apoyar - to support, to hold up, to back
  13. aprovechar - to take advantage of
  14. asegurar - to assure, secure, insecure
  15. aumentar - to increase, to add to, to rise
  16. avanzar - to advance, to move forward
  17. ayudar - to help

B

  1. bajar - to lower, to go down, to descend, to download
  2. bañar - to bathe, to bath, to coat
  3. bromear - to joke
  4. buscar - to search for, to look for

C

  1. cambiar - to change
  2. cerrar - to close, to shut
  3. cocinar - to cook
  4. colaborar - to collaborate, to contribute
  5. colocar - to locate, place
  6. colgar - to hang, to hang out, to pin, to put down, to fail, to give up
  7. comenzar - to begin, to commence, to start
  8. comprar - to puy, to purchase
  9. considerar - to consider
  10. contar - to count, to relate, to tell
  11. continuar - to continue
  12. cortar - to cut
  13. costar - to cost
  14. crear - to create, to make
  15. cruzar - to cross, to lay across, to intersect, to exchange

D

  1. dar - to give
  2. dejar - to leave, to abandon, to let, to allow
  3. dedicar - to dedicate
  4. demostrar - to demonstrate, to show
  5. desarrollar - to develop, to expand, to unroll, to unwind, to unfold
  6. descansar - to rest, to have a rest, to have a break, to sleep
  7. descolgar - to take down, to lower, to let down
  8. desesar - to desire, to want, to wish
  9. duchar - to give a shower

E

  1. echar - to throw, to cast, to fling
  2. elevar - to elevate, to raise, to lift
  3. empezar - to begin, to start
  4. encontrar - to find, to encounter
  5. engordar - to fatten, to fatten up, to make fat, to put on weight, to be fattening
  6. enseñar - to teach, to instruct, to train, to educate
  7. entrar - to enter, to go in, to come in
  8. entregar - to deliver, hand over
  9. escuchar - to listen, to hear
  10. esperar - to wait for, to hope
  11. estar - to be (health, location, state)
  12. estudiar - to study
  13. evitar - to avoid, to prevent
  14. explicar - to explain
  15. expressar - to express, to voice, to state


F

  1. faltar - to lack, to be lacking, to be missing
  2. fijar - to fix, to fasten, to secure
  3. formar - to form, to shape, to fashion, to make

G

  1. ganar - to win, to gain, to earn, to get, to acquire
  2. guardar - to guard, protect, to keep
  3. gustar - to like, to please, be pleasing

H

  1. hablar - to speak

I

  1. illusionar - to raise hopes, to excite
  2. imaginar - to imagine
  3. imitar - to copy, to imitate, to mimic
  4. impactar - to hit, to make an impression on, to affect
  5. importar - to import, to be important
  6. impulsar - to impel, to drive forward, to promote, to drive
  7. incrementar - to increase
  8. indicar - to indicate
  9. individualizar - to individualize, to single out
  10. iniciar - to initiate, to begin, to start
  11. intentar - to try, to attempt
  12. interesar - to interest, to be of interest (to)

J

  1. jugar - to  play (a game or sport)
  2. justificar - to justify, to excuse
  3. juzgar - to judge, to consider


L

  1. lanzar - to throw, to hurl, to cast, to fling
  2. levantar - to raise, to lift
  3. llamar - to call, to name
  4. llegar - to arrive, to come, to reach
  5. llenar - to fill, to fill in, to fulfill, to please
  6. llevar - to carry, to bring
  7. lograr - to get, to obtain, to achieve, to attain

M

  1. mandar - to order (to give an order), to send
  2. marcar - to mark, to brand, to set, to indicate
  3. marear - to make sick, to make dizzy, to annoy
  4. matar - to kill, to slaughter
  5. mirar - to watch, to look at
  6. mostrar - to show

N

  1. necesitar - to need, to require
  2. negar - to deny, to refuse
  3. notar - to note, to notice, to observe

O

  1. obligar - to oblige
  2. observar - to observe
  3. ocupar - to occupy
  4. olvidar - to forget

P

  1. pagar - to pay, pay for
  2. pasar - to pass, to spend (time), to happen
  3. pelear - to fight, to quarrel, to argue
  4. pensar - to think
  5. preguntar - to ask, to inquire
  6. preparar - to prepare, get (something) ready
  7. presentar - to introduce


Q

  1. quedar - to stay, to remain

R

  1. realizar - to achieve, attain, accomplish
  2. recordar - to remember, remind
  3. reseñar - to review, to describe
  4. reservar - to book, to reserve, to keep, to save
  5. representar - to represent
  6. resultar - to turn out (to be)

S

  1. sacar - to take out, stick out
  2. señalar - to point out, to indicate, to signal
  3. significar - to signify, to mean
  4. soñar - to dream, to daydream
  5. soplar - to blow, to squeal, to booze
  6. suavizar - to soften, to smooth

T

  1. terminar - to finish, end
  2. tirar - to throw, to fling, to drop, to knock down, to waste
  3. tocar - to touch, to play (an instrument)
  4. tomar - to take, drink
  5. trabajar - to work
  6. tragar - to swallow, to swallow up, to soak up, to eat up, guzzle
  7. transportar - to transport, to carry, to ship, to transfer
  8. tratar - to treat, handle

U

  1. usar - to use
  2. utilizar - to use, to utilize

V

  1. vacunar - to vaccinate
  2. valorar - to value, to calculate the value of, to raise the value of
  3. valuar - to value


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