Possible Results:
-stand up
,get up
See the entry forlevántense.
Affirmative ustedes command of levantar with a reflexive pronoun


A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (imperative; second person plural; stand)
a. stand up
Levántense cuando entre el juez.Stand up when the judge comes in.
b. get up
Levántense del piso, está muy frío.Get up off the floor, it's really cold!
2. (imperative; second person singular; leave your bed)
a. get up
¡Levántense, niños! ¡Es muy tarde!Get up, kids! It's really late!
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