A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
pronominal verb
1. (to feel remorse)
a. to regret it
Le prometí que iría, pero ahora me arrepiento.I promised I'd go, but now I regret it.
b. to be sorry
No comas demasiados dulces o te arrepentirás.Don't eat too many sweets or you will be sorry.
c. to repent (formal)
"Arrepiéntanse y pidan perdón", predicó el sacerdote."Repent and ask for forgiveness," preached the priest.
2. (to change one's opinion)
a. to change one's mind
Este fin de semana iba a ir a la playa, pero me arrepentí.I was going to go the beach this weekend, but I changed my mind.
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A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
pronominal verb
1. (lamentar; de acción)
a. to regret it
2. (de pecado, crimen)
a. to repent
arrepentirse de algo/de haber hecho algoto regret something/having done something
ven a Escocia, no te arrepentiráscome to Scotland, you won't regret it
como no me hagas caso, te arrepentirásyou'll be sorry if you don't listen to me, if you don't listen to me you'll live to regret it
3. (volverse atrás)
al final, me arrepentí y no fuiin the end, I decided not to go
no te arrepientas en el último momentodon't change your mind at the last minute
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pronominal verb
to repent; be repentant
arrepentirse de algo to regret sth; arrepentirse de haber hecho algo to regret doing sth; regret having done sth; no arrepentirse de nada to have no regrets; not be sorry for anything
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