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

transitive verb
1. to put back (retrasar) (cita, reloj); to move (further) back (poner más atrás)
intransitive verb
2. to be slow (reloj)
pronomial verb
1. to be late (en el tiempo)
2. to fall behind (quedarse atrás)
3. to lose time (reloj)
  • mi reloj se atrasa 5 minutos al día -> my watch loses 5 minutes a day
4. to be delayed (llegar tarde)
  • su vuelo se atrasó -> her flight was delayed
  • se atrasaron media hora -> they were delayed by half an hour
  • nos atrasamos hablando con mi tía -> we got held up talking to my aunt

atrasar [ah-trah-sar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To put back, to set back; to retard, to slow down.
  • Atrasar un reloj -> to put a clock back
2. To postpone the execution or performance of something.
verb reflexive
3. To remain behind.
4. To be in debt.

[+progreso] to slow down; [+salida etc] to delay; [+reloj] to put back;
[+reloj] to lose time; be slow
mi reloj atrasa ocho minutos my watch is eight minutes slow
1 (quedarse atrás) to stay back; remain behind; [+tren etc] to be late; [+reloj] to be slow
atrasarse en los pagos to be in arrears
2 (Latinoamérica) [+proyecto etc] to suffer a setback; (S. Cone) (lastimarse) to hurt o.s.;de in; [+mujer] to be pregnant

Verb Conjugations for "atrasar" (go to to delay)


yo atraso atrasé atrasaba atrasaría atrasaré
atrasas atrasaste atrasabas atrasarías atrasarás
él/ella/Ud. atrasa atrasó atrasaba atrasaría atrasará
nosotros atrasamos atrasamos atrasábamos atrasaríamos atrasaremos
vosotros atrasáis atrasasteis atrasabais atrasaríais atrasaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. atrasan atrasaron atrasaban atrasarían atrasarán
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