cautivar

cautivar
transitive verb
1. (to enchant) 
El presidente cautivó a la audiencia con un discurso apasionado y convincente.The president captivated the audience with his passionate and convincing speech.
Durante años sus películas han cautivado a espectadores de todos los gustos y edades.For many years now, his movies have fascinated audiences of all ages and tastes.
Lo que me cautiva de él es esa mirada penetrante que tiene.What attracts me to him is that penetrating gaze of his.
2. (to apprehend) 
Los prisioneros que lograron escapar fueron cautivados de nuevo.The prisoners who managed to escape were captured again.
La Marina por fin cautivó a los piratas.The navy finally took the pirates prisoner.
cautivar
transitive verb
1. (apresar) 
a. to capture 
2. (seducir) 
a. to captivate, to enchant 
cautivar
transitive verb
1 (hacer prisionero a) (Mil) to capture; take prisoner
2 (hechizar) to captivate
su belleza me cautivó her beauty captivated me
Verb Conjugations for cautivar
Past Participle: cautivado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
cautivo
cautivé
cautivaba
cautivaría
cautivaré
cautivas
cautivaste
cautivabas
cautivarías
cautivarás
él/ella/Ud.
cautiva
cautivó
cautivaba
cautivaría
cautivará
nosotros
cautivamos
cautivamos
cautivábamos
cautivaríamos
cautivaremos
vosotros
cautiváis
cautivasteis
cautivabais
cautivaríais
cautivaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
cautivan
cautivaron
cautivaban
cautivarían
cautivarán
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