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su·pli·car  Verb
  1. Translate "suplicar" to English: beg, beg of, beg off, beseech, entreat, implore, plead with, supplicate, impetrate
    Spanish Synonyms of "suplicar": rogar, implorar, orar por, suplicar de rodillas, hacer plegarias a, impetrar
    Define meaning of "suplicar": Rogar, demandar o pedir algo con humildad y sumisión.
  2. Juan le suplica a Ana un favor especial, John begs Ann a special favor.

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  3. Translate "suplicar" to English: implore, ask a favor, beg, entreat, plead, supplicate, hustle, prig
    Spanish Synonyms of "suplicar": implorar, suplicar un favor, pedir un favor, deprecar
    Define meaning of "suplicar": Rogar, demandar o pedir algo con humildad y sumisión.
  4. Ana suplica con fervor, Ann implores fervently.

  5. Translate "suplicar" to English: supplicate, beg for, implore, impetrate
    Spanish Synonyms of "suplicar": implorar, rogar, impetrar
    Define meaning of "suplicar": Rogar, demandar o pedir algo con humildad y sumisión.
  6. Juan suplicó un favor, John supplicated a favor.

  7. Translate "suplicar" to English: appeal to
    Spanish Synonyms of "suplicar": apelar a, encarecer a
    Define meaning of "suplicar": Recurrir contra un auto o sentencia de un tribunal superior ante el mismo tribunal.
  8. Le supliqué a mi esposa hacer eso, I appealed to my wife to do that.

Verb Conjugation for "suplicar"
Gerund: suplicando
Past Participle: suplicado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

suplico

suplicas

suplica

suplicamos

suplicáis

suplican

supliqué

suplicaste

suplicó

suplicamos

suplicasteis

suplicaron

suplicaré

suplicarás

suplicará

suplicaremos

suplicaréis

suplicarán

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