regatea is a conjugated form of the verb regatear - View Conjugation

regatear

 
regatear
intransitive verb
1. (to barter) 
a. to haggle 
En muchos países, hay que regatear para llegar al mejor precio.In many countries, you have to haggle in order to reach the best price.
b. to bargain 
Tuve que regatear un rato largo con el vendedor hasta que nos pusimos de acuerdo.I had to bargain for a while with the salesman until we finally agreed.
2. (nautical) 
a. to race 
Decenas de veleros regatearon desde el puerto de Mar del Plata ayer a la mañana.Dozens of sailboats raced from Mar del Plata harbor yesterday morning.
transitive verb
3. (to economize on) 
a. to spare 
Los concursantes no regatearon esfuerzos en la lucha por el gran premio.The contestants spared no effort in fighting for the grand prize.
4. (to elude) 
a. to dodge 
El conductor pudo regatear el otro vehículo al último segundo.The driver was able to dodge the other vehicle at the last second.
5. (to refuse to recognize; frequently used in negative) 
a. to deny 
No regateo que ella tiene una inteligencia superior.I won't deny that she has superior intelligence.
6. (to barter) 
a. to haggle over 
Si no regateas la mercancía, pagarás demasiado.If you don't haggle over the merchandise, you will overpay.
b. to bargain over 
Regateé el precio del coche hasta que conseguí lo que quería.I bargained over the price of the car until I got what I wanted.
7. (sport) (Spain) 
a. to dribble past 
El delantero argentino regateó al defensa y marcó el segundo gol de su equipo.The Argentine forward dribbled past the defender and scored the second goal for his team.
regatear
transitive verb
1. (escatimar) 
a. to be sparing with 
no ha regateado esfuerzoshe has spared no effort
2. (sports) 
a. to beat, to dribble past 
3. (precio) 
a. to haggle over 
intransitive verb
4. (negociar el precio) 
a. to barter, to haggle 
5. (nautical) 
a. to race 
regatear
intransitive verb
(Náutica) to race
regatear
transitive verb
1 (Com) [+objeto, precio] to haggle over; bargain over
2 (economizar) to be mean with; economize on
aquí regatean el vino they are mean with their wine here; su padre no le regatea dinero her father does not keep her short of money; no hemos regateado esfuerzos para terminarlo we have spared no effort to finish it
3 (negar) to deny; refuse to allow
no le regateo buenas cualidades I don't deny his good qualities
intransitive verb
1 (Com) to haggle; bargain
2 (esquivar) to swerve; dodge; (Dep) to dribble
pronominal verb
regatearse
regatearse algo (Latinoamérica) to haggle over sth
Verb Conjugations for regatear
Gerund: regateando
Participle: regateado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yoregateoregateéregateabaregatearíaregatearé
regateasregateasteregateabasregatearíasregatearás
él/ella/Ud.regatearegateóregateabaregatearíaregateará
nosotrosregateamosregateamosregateábamosregatearíamosregatearemos
vosotrosregateáisregateasteisregateabaisregatearíaisregatearéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.regateanregatearonregateabanregatearíanregatearán
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