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"Busqué" is a form of "buscar", a transitive verb which is often translated as "to look for". "En el parque" is a phrase which is often translated as "in the park". Learn more about the difference between "en el parque" and "busqué" below.
en el parque(
ehn
 
ehl
 
pahr
-
keh
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (in the public garden)
a. in the park
En el parque hay un estanque muy grande, donde se alquilan botes de remos.There's a very big pond in the park, where they hire rowboats.
b. at the park
¿Qué te parece si quedamos en el parque en lugar de quedar en el centro? Podríamos dar un paseo.Shall we meet at the park instead of meeting downtown? We could then go for a walk.
2. (in the portable enclosure for babies)
a. in the playpen
Dejamos a los dos bebés en el parque, y ellos se pusieron a jugar amigablemente con sus sonajeros.We left the two babies in the playpen, and they started playing amicably with their rattles.
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buscar(
boos
-
kahrr
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to try to find)
a. to look for
Estoy buscando un nuevo desafío.I'm looking for a new challenge.
2. (to locate)
a. to look up
Busca el número en el catálogo.Look up the number in the catalog.
3. (to collect)
a. to pick up
Estuve esperando a que mi hermano viniera a buscarme para ir a almorzar.I was waiting for my brother to come and pick me up for lunch.
b. to fetch
Tengo que ir a buscar las flores para la fiesta.I need to go to fetch the flowers for the party.
4. (computing)
a. to search for
Pasé la tarde buscando ofertas de vacaciones en Internet.I spent the afternoon searching for vacation deals on the Internet.
5. (to try to achieve)
a. to seek
Buscamos cambios fundamentales en el modelo de negocio para asegurar nuestro futuro.We're seeking fundamental changes in our business model to secure our future.
6. (to aim for)
a. to look for
No busco pelea, solo quiero que me escuches.I'm not looking for a fight, I just want you to listen to what I have to say.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
7. (to search)
a. to look
Busca bien. En alguna parte tienen que estar.Look properly. They must be somewhere.
buscarse
A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
8. (to try to cause)
a. to ask for
Se está buscado problemas si sigue así.He's asking for trouble if he continues like that.
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