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

confesar
transitive verb
1. to confess (to) (gen) & (religion)
  • le confesó antes de morir -> he heard his confession before he died
  • confieso que te mentí -> I admit I lied to you
confesarse
pronomial verb
1. (religion)
  • confesarse (de algo) -> to confess (something)

confesar [con-fay-sar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To manifest or assert one's opinion.
2. To confess, to acknowledge, to own, to avow, to grant.
3. To confess, to hear or receive confessions.
4. To confess to the priest.
  • Confesar sin tormento -> to confess, to acknowledge or avow a fault, a crime, etc., freely and readily
verb reflexive
5. To confess, or make confession; to shrive.
  • Confesarse de sus pecados -> to confess one’s sins

confesar
verbo:transitivo
1 (admitir) [+error] to admit; acknowledge; [+crimen] to confess to; own up to
2 (Religión) [+pecados] to confess; [+sacerdote] to confess; hear the confession of;
verbo:intransitivo
(admitir) to confess; own up
confesar de plano to own up
verbo:pronominal
confesarse (Religión) to confess; make one's confession
me confesé de mis pecados I confessed my sins; ayer me confesé I made my confession yesterday
¡que Dios nos coja confesados! God help us!; Lord have mercy!

Verb Conjugations for "confesar" (go to to confess)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo confieso confesé confesaba confesaría confesaré
confiesas confesaste confesabas confesarías confesarás
él/ella/Ud. confiesa confesó confesaba confesaría confesará
nosotros confesamos confesamos confesábamos confesaríamos confesaremos
vosotros confesáis confesasteis confesabais confesaríais confesaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. confiesan confesaron confesaban confesarían confesarán
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