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a·co·rar·se  Verb
  1. Translate "acorarse" to English: grieve, anguish
    Spanish Synonyms of "acorarse": entristecerse, ponerse triste, acongojarse, apenarse, apesadumbrarse, atribularse, acuitarse, amurriarse, condolerse
    Define meaning of "acorarse": Ponerse triste y melancólico o melancólica.
  2. Ana se acoró por su muerte, Ann grieved due to his death.

  3. Translate "acorarse" to English: wither, die, wilt
    Spanish Synonyms of "acorarse": marchitarse, agostarse, secarse, acorcharse, agostar, amustiarse, desflorecer, abanicarse
    Define meaning of "acorarse": Ajar(se), estropear(se), deslucir(se) y quitar la frescura a las hierbas, flores y por extensión a otras cosas, haciéndoles perder su vigor. ; Adelgazar(se), debilitar(se), quitar o perder el vigor, la lozanía o la hermosura.
  4. Las flores se acoraron con el calor, The flowers withered with the heat.

Verb Conjugation for "acorarse"
Gerund: acorándose






me acoro

te acoras

se acora

nos acoramos

os acoráis

se acoran

me acoré

te acoraste

se acoró

nos acoramos

os acorasteis

se acoraron

me acoraré

te acorarás

se acorará

nos acoraremos

os acoraréis

se acorarán

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