prendas is the present form of prendar in the second person singular and roughly translates to garments - View Conjugation

prendar

prendar
transitive verb
1. (literary) (to allure) 
El príncipe quedó prendado de la belleza de Cenicienta desde el primer momento en que la vio.The prince was captivated by Cinderella's beauty from the first moment he saw her.
París es una ciudad que prenda a cualquiera mínimamente romántico.Paris is a city that will enchant anyone who is in the least romantic.
prendarse
pronominal verb
2. (to become smitten; used with "de") 
Juan se prendó de Julia hace cinco años y aún no se le ha declarado.Juan fell in love with Julia five years ago but he still hasn't told her.
Me prendé del encanto del viejo mundo que tiene Estambul.I was captivated by the old-world charm of Istanbul.
Mi madre se prendó de esta casa y no la iba a dejar escapar.My mother was enchanted by this house and she wasn't going to let it go.
prendar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to enchant 
prendarse
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
prendarse deto fall in love with
prendar
transitive verb
1 [+persona] (cautivar) to captivate; enchant; (ganar la voluntad de) to win over
volvió prendado de la ciudad by the time he came back he had fallen in love with the town
2 (México) (empeñar) to pawn
pronominal verb
prendarse
prendarse de algo to be captivated by sth; be enchanted with sth; prendarse de algn to fall in love with sb
Examples
Verb Conjugations for prendar
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
prendo
prendé
prendaba
prendaría
prendaré
prendas
prendaste
prendabas
prendarías
prendarás
él/ella/Ud.
prenda
prendó
prendaba
prendaría
prendará
nosotros
prendamos
prendamos
prendábamos
prendaríamos
prendaremos
vosotros
prendáis
prendasteis
prendabais
prendaríais
prendaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
prendan
prendaron
prendaban
prendarían
prendarán
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