aplanar

aplanar
transitive verb
1. (to make even) 
a. to level 
El repostero aplanó la superficie de la torta con una espátula.The pastry chef leveled the cake's surface with a spatula.
b. to grade 
Hay que aplanar el terreno para facilitar el acceso de la maquinaria pesada.The worksite needs to be graded to allow the access of heavy equipment.
aplanarse
pronominal verb
2. (to become downhearted) 
Empecé a trabajar con muchas ganas, pero a medida que pasaban las horas me fui aplanando.I started working with a lot of enthusiasm, but as the hours went by I got discouraged.
3. (colloquial) (to sit down) (Costa Rica) (Mexico) 
Esta noche me voy a aplanar en el sofá a disfrutar de mi peli favorita.Tonight I'm going to plop down in the couch and enjoy my favorite film.
aplanar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to level 
aplanar
transitive verb
1 (nivelar) to level; make even
aplanar calles (Latinoamérica) to loaf about
2 (And) [+ropa] to iron; press
3 (asombrar) to bowl over
pronominal verb
aplanarse
1 (Archit) to collapse; cave in
2 (desanimarse) to get discouraged; (aletargarse) to become lethargic; sink into lethargy
Examples
Verb Conjugations for aplanar
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
aplano
aplané
aplanaba
aplanaría
aplanaré
aplanas
aplanaste
aplanabas
aplanarías
aplanarás
él/ella/Ud.
aplana
aplanó
aplanaba
aplanaría
aplanará
nosotros
aplanamos
aplanamos
aplanábamos
aplanaríamos
aplanaremos
vosotros
aplanáis
aplanasteis
aplanabais
aplanaríais
aplanaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
aplanan
aplanaron
aplanaban
aplanarían
aplanarán
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