Spanish Dictionary

Dar in English

dar      to give     
dar     to give    ; to hand over    ; to hit    ; to produce    

Pronunciation of dar    

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Sample sentences:
Le dieron un barrilito de miel.

She was given a keg of honey.
Le dio una limosna al mendigo. He gave the beggar a handout.
Le dio un coche a su ahijado en su vigésimo cumpleaños. He gave his godson a car on his twentieth birthday.
dar comienzo; dar comienzo to begin; to start
dar por hecho; garantizar to take for granted
dar la cara face the music; carry the can
zambullirse; dar saltos to plunge; dive
dar las noticias to present the news
dar una fiesta to give a party
dar cabezadas to drop off
dar un paseo take a walk
dar las gracias to thank

Her students are using the software and learning with the website afterwards on a regular basis. She is very satisfied and she was kind and gave me your number, as she thought that it may interest you.
Usually in a place with a homegenous society hatred towards foreigners can grow much more easy as a small disturbance to the homogenity may upset the entire society. People are not used to changes.
We again connected to the same people and we were wining a little about the fact that we had to share the boat with around seventy other passengers instead of getting a little romantic private tour.
Most common translations: cinco    calendario    avenida    a pie    trueno    sombra    regalo    pijama    ocho    melón   

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of dar
doy  das  da  damos  dais  dan  daba  dabas  daba  dábamos  dabais  daban  di  diste  dio  dimos  disteis  dieron  daré  darás  dará  daremos  daréis  darán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of give   [ gave, given ]
Conjugation of hit   [ hit, hit ]
Conjugation of produce   [ produced, produced ]