"amagar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

amagar
transitive verb
also:
  • le amagó un golpe -> he made as if to hit him
  • amagó una sonrisa -> she gave a hint of a smile
1. to show signs of (dar indicios de)
intransitive verb
2. to be imminent, to threaten (tormenta)

amagar [ah-mah-gar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To be in a threatening attitude.
2. To threaten.
3. To have some symptoms of a disease.
4. To manifest a desire. (Metaphorical)
verb reflexive
5. To couch, to stoop. (Province; Provinicial)

amagar
verbo:transitivo
(amenazar) to threaten; portend (literario); (dar indicios de) to show signs of;
verbo:intransitivo
(estar próximo) to threaten; be impending; (Med) (manifestarse) to show the first signs; (Esgrima) to feint
amagar a hacer algo to threaten to do sth; show signs of doing sth
verbo:pronominal
amagarse
1 (esconderse) to hide
2 (S. Cone) (tomar una postura amenazante) to adopt a threatening posture

Verb Conjugations for "amagar" (go to to threaten)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo amago amagué amagaba amagaría amagaré
amagas amagaste amagabas amagarías amagarás
él/ella/Ud. amaga amagó amagaba amagaría amagará
nosotros amagamos amagamos amagábamos amagaríamos amagaremos
vosotros amagáis amagasteis amagabais amagaríais amagaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. amagan amagaron amagaban amagarían amagarán
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