succionar

succionar
transitive verb
1. (to draw out) 
a. to suck 
Los cachorros succionan las tetas de la perra.The puppies are sucking the dog's teats.
2. (to soak up) 
a. to absorb 
Las raíces de la planta succionan agua de la tierra.The roots of the plant absorb water from the soil.
Por alguna razón, el extractor no pudo succionar el aire de la habitación.For some reason, the exhaust fan couldn't suck up the smoke from the room.
succionar
transitive verb
1. (sujeto: raíces) 
a. to suck up 
2. (sujeto: bebé) 
a. to absorb, to suck 
succionar
transitive verb
1 (sorber) to suck
2 (Técnica) to absorb; soak up
Examples
Verb Conjugations for succionar
Present Participle: succionando
Past Participle: succionado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
succiono
succioné
succionaba
succionaría
succionaré
succionas
succionaste
succionabas
succionarías
succionarás
él/ella/Ud.
succiona
succionó
succionaba
succionaría
succionará
nosotros
succionamos
succionamos
succionábamos
succionaríamos
succionaremos
vosotros
succionáis
succionasteis
succionabais
succionaríais
succionaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
succionan
succionaron
succionaban
succionarían
succionarán
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