The word in Spanish for stop, (the verb 'to stop') is
To remember this just imagine that you stop
DE TENOR Luciano Pavarotti!
It also can mean to arrest.
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So in this case if we are to remember the masculine noun, the 'arrested person', the DETAINED person, el detenido, we just imagine the ARRESTED person, the DETAINING of DE TENOR Pavarotti. Being a male will remind you of the gender.
Of course, this is imaginary! Mr Pavarotti, like his voice, is as pure as fresh snow.
For a female in this case, the arrested, the prisoner, the DETAINED person would be la detenida, and we just imagine that it is girlfriend being DETAINED.
Note the gender colour coding - red for feminine words, and blue for masculine.
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Once you know one word, this makes it easier to learn others... they build like building blocks of Leggo!
Check out some useful words and phrases related to detener, the Spanish for stop. The more words you learn the more you will recognize... and the more rapidly they will build together.
detener: to stop, to arrest
el detenido: the arrested person, the prisoner (male).
la detenida: the arrested person, the prisoner (female).
detenido, detenida: as an adjective means the person, or thing under arrest.
detenidamente: an adverb (like all -mente words in Spanish) means carefully.
deternerse: also means to stop or to stop oneself (reflexive)
deternerse en: means to linger over, or to delay.
So once you know the Spanish for stop you can quickly build up other related words, compound words. As said before, each word is a base, a unit, a foundation, a building block to which you can add others.
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In Spanish stop is detener
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The word in Spanish for stop is detener.