Present participleconjugation ofrequebrar.


A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
A word or phrase restricted in usage to literature or established writing (e.g. sex, once upon a time).
(to praise)
a. to pay compliments to
El pastorcillo requebró a la pastorcilla hasta que ella accedió a darle un beso.The little shepherd boy paid compliments to the little shepherd girl until she agreed to give him a kiss.
b. to flatter
"Estás equivocado si crees que requebrándome vas a conseguir lo que quieres", le dijo la pizpireta muchacha al atrevido muchacho."You're wrong if you think that by flattering me you're going to get what you want," said the vivacious girl to the cheeky boy.
2. (to smash again)
a. to break again
Acababa de reparar el jarro y lo tiré y requebré.I'd just finished repairing the pitcher, and I knocked it over and broke it again.
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transitive verb
(halagar) to flatter; compliment; (flirtear) to flirt with;
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