Spanish Dictionary

Translation of espantar

espantar to scare
espantar to shoo

Translation by Vocabulix


espantar to scare away
espantar to scare

The entrance hall had a design of the seventies which I found charming. An older man came towards me an asked me whether I needed a ride. I agreed and we drove to downtown of Havana, capital of Cuba.
She found it very unromantic that a man would not declare friendship to a woman. Anyway, after an hour or so they got off at a town called Chetumal which was on the border with Belize, where they lived.
I called the Hilton hotel in Cuba and asked them whether it was worth coming or if they suggest to postpone the arrival. Their response was clear: Don't come unless you really have too.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of espantar
espanto  espantas  espanta  espantamos  espantáis  espantan  espantaba  espantabas  espantaba  espantábamos  espantabais  espantaban  espanté  espantaste  espantó  espantamos  espantasteis  espantaron  espantaré  espantarás  espantará  espantaremos  espantaréis  espantarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of scare   [ scared, scared ]