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ol·vi·dar  Verb
  1. Translate "olvidar" to English: forget, leave behind, overlook, fail to remember, leave out of account, neglect
    Spanish Synonyms of "olvidar": olvidarse, olvidarse de, arrinconar, echar al olvido, echar en saco roto, olvidarse sin querer de, dejar entre renglones, desaprender, enterrar
    Define meaning of "olvidar": No recordar, dejar de tener presente en la memoria algo.
  2. Olvidé la canción, I forgot the song.

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  3. Translate "olvidar" to English: forget to, neglect to, overlook to, skip
    Spanish Synonyms of "olvidar": olvidarse, pasar por alto, descuidar, descuidarse de, olvidarse de, tener el descuido de no, pasarse
    Define meaning of "olvidar": No recordar, dejar de tener presente en la memoria algo.; No tener en cuenta u omitir algo por descuido.
  4. Olvidé ir, I forgot to go.

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  5. Translate "olvidar" to English: stop thinking about
    Spanish Synonyms of "olvidar": dejar de pensar en, olvidarse de

Verb Conjugation for "olvidar"
Gerund: olvidando

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

olvido

olvidas

olvida

olvidamos

olvidáis

olvidan

olvidé

olvidaste

olvidó

olvidamos

olvidasteis

olvidaron

olvidaré

olvidarás

olvidará

olvidaremos

olvidaréis

olvidarán

Conceptually-related expressions of "olvidar"
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