Spanish Dictionary

Translation of soplar

soplar     to blow    ; to snitch    ; to whisper    ; to prompt    ; to inspire    

Pronunciation of soplar    

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Sample sentences:
Su amigo le sopló las respuestas correctas.

His friend prompted him with the correct answers.
A los niños les encanta soplar las velas en su cumpleaños. Children love to blow out candles on their birthdays.
soplar blow

I hope you could understand my last letter to you. You see, when I write in Spanish I am not very confident. I always question myself and each and every sentence takes about fifteen minutes.
Please write me from your home as soon as your are back. My Spanish is better than that of most Americans, but my English is worse than that of most people here. It is a strange position that I am in.
You cannot be in this city without watching a football game. We therefore bought tickets two days ahead in order to see the soccer game between Bocca Juniors and Newell's Old Boys from Rosario.
Newly added translation: sobre todo    sidra    senda    sartén    sabotaje    rodear    retrospectivo    resaltador    remilgado    reformar   

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of soplar
soplo  soplas  sopla  soplamos  sopláis  soplan  soplaba  soplabas  soplaba  soplábamos  soplabais  soplaban  soplé  soplaste  sopló  soplamos  soplasteis  soplaron  soplaré  soplarás  soplará  soplaremos  soplaréis  soplarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of blow   [ blew, blown ]
Conjugation of inspire   [ inspired, inspired ]
Conjugation of prompt   [ prompted, prompted ]
Conjugation of whisper   [ whispered, whispered ]