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

indulge
[ɪnˈdʌldʒ]
verbo transitivo
1. consentir
  • they indulged his every whim -> le consentían todos los caprichos
  • to indulge oneself -> darse un capricho or un gusto
verbo intransitivo
también:
  • to indulge in alcohol -> darse a la bebida
  • to indulge in idle speculation -> entregarse a especulaciones vanas

indulge [in-dalch]
1. Consentir, por lo común fuera de propósito o poco prudentemente; no oponerse a la ejecución de alguna cosa; condescender, gratificar, dar gusto, tolerar; contentar, satisfacer.
2. Conceder, dar gratuitamente; permitir.
3. Favorecer, animar.
  • To indulge to -> entregarse, darse a
  • To indulge in -> lisonjearse
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
4. Entregarse a, abandonarse a; satisfacer un deseo sin restricción; se usa con la preposición in. (n)
  • To indulge oneself -> darse gusto; obrar con toda comodidad; beber de codos
va.

indulge [ɪnˈdʌldʒ]
verb:transitive
(give in to) [+desire, appetite] satisfacer; [+whim] consentir; [+person] complacer
He did not agree with indulging children
(spoil) [+child] mimar; consentir
to indulge o.s. darse un gusto; go on, indulge yourself! venga, ¡date ese gustazo or capricho! (informal)
verb:intransitive
to indulge in permitirse; everyone indulges in fattening foods once in a while todo el mundo se permite comer cosas que engordan de vez en cuando; he is indulging in fantasy/speculation se está dejando llevar por la fantasía/especulación

Verb Conjugations for "indulge" (go to complacer, consentir, mimar)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I indulge I indulged I will indulge
you indulge you indulged you will indulge
he/she indulges he/she indulged he/she will indulge
we indulge we indulged we will indulge
you indulge you indulged you will indulge
they indulge they indulged they will indulge
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