solear

solear
transitive verb
1. (to expose to sunlight) 
¿Dónde está la cuerda para tender? Quiero solear la alfombra.Where's the clothesline? I want to put the carpet out in the sun.
No laves las zapatillas en la lavadora. Lávalas a mano y soléalas.Don't wash the sneakers in the washing machine. Wash them by hand and leave them in the sun.
intransitive verb
2. (music) 
a. to solo 
Los guitarristas de flamenco solean muy rápido usando los dedos.Flamenco guitar players solo really fast using their fingernails.
solearse
pronominal verb
3. (to expose to sunlight) 
Hoy no estaba nublado, así que fui a la playa a solearme un poco.Today it wasn't cloudy, so I went to the park to get some sun.
solear
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to put in the sun 
solear
transitive verb
(dejar al sol) to put o leave in the sun; (blanquear) to bleach;
Verb Conjugations for solear
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
soleo
soleé
soleaba
solearía
solearé
soleas
soleaste
soleabas
solearías
solearás
él/ella/Ud.
solea
soleó
soleaba
solearía
soleará
nosotros
soleamos
soleamos
soleábamos
solearíamos
solearemos
vosotros
soleáis
soleasteis
soleabais
solearíais
solearéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
solean
solearon
soleaban
solearían
solearán
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