"timar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

timar
transitive verb
1. (estafar)
  • timar a alguien -> to swindle somebody
  • timar algo a alguien -> to swindle somebody out of something
2. to cheat, to con (engañar)you've been done o had
  • te han timado ->

timar [te-mar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To steal (propiedad); to swindle somebody out of.
2. To swindle (persona).
verb reflexive
3. To make eyes at each other.

timar
verbo:transitivo
to swindle; con (familiar)
¡me han timado! I've been conned! (familiar); le timaron la herencia they swindled him out of his inheritance
verbo:pronominal
timarse [+pareja] to make eyes at each other
timarse con algn (engatusar) to play sb along; lead sb on; (amorosamente) to make eyes at sb; ogle sb

Verb Conjugations for "timar" (go to to cheat)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo timo timé timaba timaría timaré
timas timaste timabas timarías timarás
él/ella/Ud. tima timó timaba timaría timará
nosotros timamos timamos timábamos timaríamos timaremos
vosotros timáis timasteis timabais timaríais timaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. timan timaron timaban timarían timarán
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