Spanish Verb Conjugations

abrasar

IPA(key): /abɾaˈsaɾ/, [aβɾaˈsaɾ]
to burn
to parch
to squander or waste money
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Infinitive: abrasar
Gerund: abrasando
Participle: abrasado
Personal pronouns (pronombres personales)
yo
tú / vos
él / ella / usted
nosotros / nosotras
vosotros / vosotras
ellos / ellas / ustedes
Present (presente)
abraso
abrasas (tú) - abrasás (vos)
abrasa
abrasamos
abrasáis
abrasan
Preterite (pretérito perfecto)
abrasé
abrasaste
abrasó
abrasamos
abrasasteis
abrasaron
Imperfect (pretérito imperfecto)
abrasaba
abrasabas
abrasaba
abrasábamos
abrasabais
abrasaban
Future (futuro)
abrasaré
abrasarás
abrasará
abrasaremos
abrasaréis
abrasarán
Conditional (condicional)
abrasaría
abrasarías
abrasaría
abrasaríamos
abrasaríais
abrasarían
Present subjunctive (presente de subjuntivo)
abrase
abrases (tú) - abrasés (vos)
abrase
abrasemos
abraséis
abrasen
Imperfect subjunctive (pretérito imperfecto de subjuntivo)
abrasara
abrasaras
abrasara
abrasáramos
abrasarais
abrasaran
Imperative (imperativo)
abrasa (tú) - abrasá (vos)
abrasad (vosotros)
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