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Futureél/ella/ustedconjugation ofhartar.
hartara
Imperfect subjunctiveyoconjugation ofhartar.
hartara
Imperfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation ofhartar.

hartar

Tarde o temprano, la gente te hartará.
Sooner or later, people will disgust you.
Usted debe llevar la oveja a las aguas eternas (Juan 4) que hartará su sed.
You must lead the sheep to the everlasting waters (John 4) that will quench their thirst.
Hay que vivir con ello. Ya se hartará.
He'll get fed up sooner or later.
Bueno, si nos vamos para el Parkside, se hartará de esperar y se irá.
Well, if we head off to The Parkside, then she'll just get fed up of waiting and go.
El que labra su tierra, se hartará de pan: Mas el que sigue los vagabundos es falto de entendimiento.
He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied with bread: but he that followeth vain persons is void of understanding.
Y su esposo también se hartará.
And your husband will get tired of this too.
Los dos sabemos que dentro de un mes como mucho se hartará de mí.
You and I both know a month, tops, she'll be done with me.
Si alguien se hartara de vivir en Londres, Nueva York o lo que sea, y dice: "Me voy a vivir al bosque", la gente no lo visitaría, ni tendría un trozo de madera con su cara.
If someone got fed up with living in london, new york or whatever, And they go, "I'm gonna go live in the woods, " People wouldn't visit him and he wouldn't get
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