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See the entry forparece.
Presentél/ella/ustedconjugation ofparecer.
Affirmative imperativeconjugation ofparecer.


A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (he or she appears to be; third person singular)
a. he seems (masculine)
Parece asustado. Será mejor que lo calmemos.He seems scared. We'd better calm him down.
b. she seems (feminine)
Parece ansiosa sobre su futuro en la empresa.She seems anxious about her future in the company.
c. it seems
Parece que va a llover. Mejor quedémonos en casa.It seems it will rain. We'd better stay home.
d. seems
El lago parece hondo, pero es poco profundo.The lake seems deep, but it's very shallow.
e. he looks (masculine)
Parece satisfecho con la nueva decoración.He looks satisfied with the new decoration.
f. she looks (feminine)
Parece estar loca, pero en realidad es una persona muy inteligente.She looks crazy, but she's in fact a very smart person.
g. it looks
No voy a cruzar ese río. Parece peligroso.I'm not going to cross that river. It looks dangerous.
h. looks
Ese sofá parece cómodo. Siéntate allí.That couch looks comfortable. Sit there.
2. (he or she has a physical similarity to; third person singular)
a. he looks like (masculine)
¿Qué se puso Guido? Parece un payaso.What's Guido wearing? He looks like a clown.
b. she looks like (feminine)
Parece una princesa con la diadema que tiene puesta.She looks like a princess with that tiara.
c. it looks like
Cuántos cuadros hay en esta habitación. Parece un museo de arte.There are so many paintings in this room. It looks like an art museum.
d. looks like
Ese perro parece un lobo.That dog looks like a wolf.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., usted).
(you appear to be; second person singular)
a. you seem
Parece cansado. Tomémonos un descanso.You seem tired. Let's take a break.
b. you look
¿Se encuentra bien? Parece preocupado.Are you OK? You look worried about something.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., usted).
(you have a physical similarity to; second person singular)
a. you look like
¿Alguna vez le dijeron que parece un jugador de baloncesto?Have you ever been told you look like a basketball player?
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