Does Tomar mean to drink?

Does Tomar mean to drink?

Yes, both verbs tomar (toh-MAHR) and beber (beh-BEHR) mean ‘to drink’ and we can use them indistinctly. However, the verb tomar also means: ‘to take’ or ‘to grab’.

What does Tomer mean in Spanish?

Generally, the Spanish verb tomar is the best equivalent of ‘to take’.

What is Tomar conjugation?

Conjugating the Spanish Verb Tomar (to Take/Drink)

Conjugation Translation
yo tomé I took
tú tomaste You (informal) took
él/ella/ello/uno tomó He/she/one took
usted tomó You (formal) took

What is the correct verb for Tomar?

Tomar is a regular -ar verb.

What do you want drink in Spanish?

Qué Quieres Tomar
Spanish Phrase – What do you want to drink? – ¿Qué Quieres Tomar?

What is the difference between coger and Tomar in Spanish?

Tomar generally refers to abstract things or concepts. For instance: Ayer tomé una importante decision. In this sentence tomar can be translated into “to take”, however, with material things you have to use coger. In this sentence, you can’t use tomar, even if in english you translate it into to take a book.

How do you command someone to drink in Spanish?

¿Bebes agua todos los días? (Do you drink water every day?)…Conjugating the Spanish Verb Beber (to Drink)

Conjugation Translation
yo bebo I drink
tú bebes You (informal) drink
él/ella/ello/uno bebe He/she/one drinks
usted bebe You (formal) drink

Is Tomar irregular?

Tomar is a Spanish regular ar verb meaning to take.

What is the participle of Tomar?

Other Forms

Present Participle taking tomando
Past Participle taken tomado

What is the past tense of Tomar?

Tomar Conjugation: Preterite Tense

yo tomé
él/ella tomó
nosotros/as tomamos
vosotros/as tomasteis

What is the plural of Tomar?

tomar to take to drink
plural plural pluralistic

What does Tomar mean in English?

tomar (first-person singular indicative present tomo, past participle tomáu) to drink (consume liquid through the mouth) to take. to cover. to go, travel. This term needs a translation to English.

What does Tomar mean in Spanish?

Tomar To say that the Spanish verb tomar means “to take” isn’t doing the word justice. Although it can usually be translated that way, it actually has a wide variety of meanings and is used in all sorts of expressions. Here are some of common meanings of tomar: To take physical possession of: Tomó el libro y volvió a su habitación.

Is Tomar a regular verb?

Tomar (toh-mahr) (to take/drink) is a regular –ar verb, so its conjugation is pretty straightforward. Here it is in the present tense: The Present Tense of Tomar.

tomar means “to have” in expressions referring to eating or drinking: Si tienes hambre, tomaste un bocadillo – If you’re hungry, have a sandwich. Tomó una taza de café – I had a cup of coffee.