humillar

humillar
transitive verb
1. (to bring to shame) 
Alemania humilló a Brasil 7 a 1 en la semifinal de la Copa Mundial.Germany humiliated Brazil 7 to 1 in the World Cup semifinal.
2. (to lean) 
a. to bow 
Los esclavos que no humillaban la cabeza ante el tirano eran castigados.The slaves who didn't bow their heads before the tyrant were punished.
b. to lower 
El niño humilló la cabeza mientras su madre lo regañaba.The little boy lowered his head while his mother scolded him.
humillarse
pronominal verb
3. (to demean yourself) 
Humíllate y admite que cometiste un error.Swallow your pride and admit that you made a mistake.
Hasta el ególatra se humillaría para lograr que lo asciendan.Even the egomaniac would humble himself in order to get that promotion.
Los cortesanos se humillaban ante el rey para obtener su favor.The courtiers bowed before the king to earn his favor.
humillar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to humiliate 
humillarse
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to humble oneself 
humillarse a hacer algoto lower oneself to do something, to stoop to doing something
humillar
transitive verb
1 (rebajar) [+persona] to humiliate; humble
2 (Mil) [+enemigos, rebeldes] to crush
3 [+cabeza] to bow; lower
pronominal verb
humillarse (doblegarse) to humble o.s.
humillarse a o ante to bow to; bow down before
Examples
Verb Conjugations for humillar
Past Participle: humillado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
humillo
humillé
humillaba
humillaría
humillaré
humillas
humillaste
humillabas
humillarías
humillarás
él/ella/Ud.
humilla
humilló
humillaba
humillaría
humillará
nosotros
humillamos
humillamos
humillábamos
humillaríamos
humillaremos
vosotros
humilláis
humillasteis
humillabais
humillaríais
humillaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
humillan
humillaron
humillaban
humillarían
humillarán
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