levar

levar
transitive verb
1. (nautical) 
a. to weigh 
La tripulación levó anclas y el barco zarpó hacia Tenerife.The crew weighed anchor and the ship set sail for Tenerife.
El velero levó anclas y desapareció en la niebla.The sailing boat weighed anchor and disappeared in the mist.
2. (old-fashioned) (military) 
a. to levy 
El ejército levó a miles de jóvenes para servir al país.The army levied thousands of young people to serve the country.
intransitive verb
3. (nautical) 
El barco se disponía a levar cuando el capitán recibió órdenes de no hacerlo.The ship was about to set sail when the captain received orders not to do it.
levar
transitive verb
1. (nautical) 
levar anclasto weigh anchor
2. (colloquial) 
levar
transitive verb
1 (Mil) to levy; recruit (by force)
2 (Náutica)
levar anclas to weigh anchor
pronominal verb
levarse to weigh anchor; set sail
Examples
Verb Conjugations for levar
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
levo
levé
levaba
levaría
levaré
levas
levaste
levabas
levarías
levarás
él/ella/Ud.
leva
levó
levaba
levaría
levará
nosotros
levamos
levamos
levábamos
levaríamos
levaremos
vosotros
leváis
levasteis
levabais
levaríais
levaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
levan
levaron
levaban
levarían
levarán
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