Spanish -IR Verbs

In the Spanish language the verbs that end in the letters -ir are used regularly. On this page you can learn the how to conjugate 108 Spanish -ir verbs in all the different Spanish tenses. Just scroll down to find the Spanish verb you want, and click on the tense to get started.

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Verb Definition
abrir to open
aburrir to bore; to tire, weary
aburrirse to get bored, become bored, be bored
admitir to admit, accept, allow, recognize
advertir to notice, observe, advise, warn
afligir to afflict, to grieve, to pain, to distress
añadir to add; to increase
aplaudir to applaud, cheer, clap
arrepentirse to repent, be repentant, regret
asistir to attend
batir to beat, hammer, pound [on]
bendecir to bless, foretell, forecast
combatir to combat, fight, oppose; to attack
compartir to share; to divide [up]
competir to compete
conducir to drive, conduct
conseguir to get, obtain
consentir to consent to; to allow, permit; to tolerate, put up with; to admit; to agree, consent
consistir to consist [of], be composed [of]
constituir to constitute
construir to build, construct
consumir to consume, eat, use upe
contribuir to contribute
convenir to agree; to suit, be suited to; to be good for
convertir to convert
corregir to correct
cubrir to cover
cumplir to fulfil, carry out; to reach [
decidir to decide, settle, resolve
decidirse to decide, make up one's mind
decir to say, tell
deprimir to depress, press down, flatten
derretir to melt, liquefy, thaw
describir to describe
descubrir to discover
despedir to say goodbye to, show out, dismiss
destruir to destroy
dirigir to direct
disminuir to diminish, decrease
distinguir to distinguish, discern, make out, recognize, single out
distribuir to distribute, hand out, send out, give out
divertir to amuse, entertain
divertirse to have fun, have a good time, enjoy oneself
dormir to sleep
dormirse to go to sleep, fall asleep
elegir to elect, choose
escribir to write
exhibir to exhibit, show, display
exigir to demand, require
extinguir to extinguish, put out
fingir to fake, feign, pretend
freír to fry
gruñir to grunt, growl
herir to injure, hurt, wound; to beat, strike
hervir to boil, entertain
huir to flee, run away
imprimir to print
incluir to include
inducir to induce
influir to influence
insistir to insist
introducir to introduce, insert
invadir to invade, overrun
invertir to invest
ir to go
irse to go away, leave, depart
medir to measure, be
mentir to lie
morir to die
ocurrir to occur, happen
oír to hear
pedir to request, ask for
permitir to permit, allow
perseguir to pursue, chase, hunt down
predecir to predict, foretell, forecast
preferir to prefer
presentir to have a premonition of
producir to produce
prohibir to prohibit, forbid
proseguir to continue, proceed with
recibir to receive; to welcome, greet
reducir to reduce
regir to rule, govern, be in charge of, be at the head of
reír to laugh
reñir to quarrel, fight; to scold, tell off, reprimand
repetir to repeat
requerir to require, need; to request, ask; to send for, call for
sacudir to shake, beat, flap
salir to leave, go out
seguir to follow, continue
sentir to feel, regret
sentirse to feel
servir to serve
sobrevivir to survive, outlive, outlast
sonreír to smile
subir to go up, rise, move up, climb; to lift up, raise up
sufrir to suffer; to undergo, experience, put up with
sugerir to suggest
surgir to arise, emerge, spring up, come out, appear
sustituir to substitute, replace
teñir to dye, tint, tinge, color, stain
traducir to translate
unir to unite, join; to tie together; to merge
venir to come
vestir to dress
vestirse to get dressed, dress
vivir to live
zambullirse to dive, plunge

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