Spanish Dictionary

Translation of creer

creer      to believe     

Pronunciation of creer    

Translation by Vocabulix


Sample sentences:
Los antiguos romanos se creían con derecho a gobernar todo el mundo conocido por ellos.

Ancient Romans thought of themselves as having the right to govern the entire world known to them.
Ellos creen que las reformas que le están haciendo a su casa incrementarán su valor. They think that the alterations they are making to their house will enhance its value.
Los niños creen que Santa Claus entra en las casas por la chimenea. Children believe that Santa Claus enters houses through the chimney.
creer to believe; to think
Creer Believe

He suggested that Sofia or Linda speak with his student (Jack) directly on the following number: X. Jack will be happy to share his techniques, experience and protocols with you guys. Just call him.
Certainly, in a healthy mind, these feelings should not arise from bad thoughts. Not only the thought but also the reaction which arises and develops from this thinking is racism. Do you understand?
The American (his name was Jeffrey) meant that this is the hour where usually the price of goods went down as the sellers were under pressure and did not want to return with the product.
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Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of creer
creo  crees  cree  creemos  creéis  creen  creía  creías  creía  creíamos  creíais  creían  creí  creíste  creyó  creímos  creísteis  creyeron  creeré  creerás  creerá  creeremos  creeréis  creerán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of believe   [ believed, believed ]