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manar
intransitive verb
1. (to pour out) 
a. to flow 
La sangre dejó de manar de la herida.The blood stopped flowing from the wound.
b. to run 
El arquero se limpió el sudor que manaba de su frente con el brazo izquierdo.The goalkeeper wiped the sweat that was running from his forehead with his left arm.
2. (figurative) (to come out) 
a. to flow 
Las reformas al sistema educativo son el resultado de las críticas que manan de diferentes sectores de la sociedad.The reforms to the education system are the result of the criticisms that flow from different sectors of society.
b. to run 
Las palabras que manaban de su boca cautivaron a la audiencia.The words that ran from his mouth captivated the audience.
3. (literary) (to be plentiful) 
a. to abound 
Era primavera y en el jardín manaban las rosas y las hortensias.It was spring and in the garden, roses and hydrangeas abounded.
transitive verb
4. (to run with) 
Luis estaba nervioso y sus manos manaban sudor.Luis was nervous, and his hands were dripping with sweat.
Las paredes de la cueva manaban agua y condensación.The walls of the cave flowed with water and condensation.
manar
intransitive verb
1. (también fig) 
a. to flow 
manar
transitive verb
to run with; flow with
la herida manaba sangre blood gushed from the wound
intransitive verb
1 [+líquido] (gen) to run; flow; (a chorros) to pour out; stream; (surgir) to well up
manar de algo
2 (abundar) to abound; be plentiful
manar en algo to abound in sth
Examples
Verb Conjugations for manar
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
mano
mané
manaba
manaría
manaré
manas
manaste
manabas
manarías
manarás
él/ella/Ud.
mana
manó
manaba
manaría
manará
nosotros
manamos
manamos
manábamos
manaríamos
manaremos
vosotros
manáis
manasteis
manabais
manaríais
manaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
manan
manaron
manaban
manarían
manarán
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