spanish-verb-habituar-get used to

Spanish Verb HABITUAR: to get used to

The Spanish verb habituar means 'to get used to ' and is an irregular Spanish AR verb.

To remember this, imagine when you are in the HABIT YOU ARE getting used to something!

Habituar makes conjugation changes in the Present, Present Subjunctive and Imperative tenses by adding an accent to the u.
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Read on, below the HABITUAR verb table...
           to get used to: habituar
Imagine when you are in the HABIT YOU ARE
getting used to something!
Simple Tenses habituar
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

get used to
habitúo habitúas habitúa habituamos habituáis habitúan

got used to
habituaba habituabas habituaba habituábamos habituabais habituaban

got used to
habitué habituaste habituó habituamos habituasteis habituaron

will get used to
habituaré habituarás habituará habituaremos habituaréis habituarán

would get used to
habituaría habituarías habituaría habituaríamos habituaríais habituarían

may get used to
habitúe habitúes habitúe habituemos habituéis habitúen
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

may get used to
habituara habituaras habituara habituáramos habituarais habituaran
habituase habituases habituase habituásemos habituaseis habituasen
Imperative Tenses habituar

get used to!
¡habitúa! ¡habitúe! ¡habituemos! ¡habituad! ¡habitúen!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't get used to!
¡no habitúes! ¡no habitúe! ¡no habituemos! ¡no habituéis! ¡no habitúen!
Compound Tenses habituar - Past Participle habituado - gotten used to
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have gotten used to
he habituado has habituado ha habituado hemos habituado habéis habituado han habituado
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had gotten used to
hube habituado hubiste habituado hubo habituado hubimos habituado hubisteis habituado hubieron habituado
Past Perfect

had gotten used to
había habituado habías habituado había habituado habíamos habituado habíais habituado habían habituado
Present Perfect Subjunctive
Presente perfecto

have gotten used to
haya habituado hayas habituado haya habituado hayamos habituado hayáis habituado hayan habituado
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have gotten used to
habré habituado habrás habituado habrá habituado habremos habituado habréis habituado habrán habituado
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have gotten used to
habría habituado habrías habituado habría habituado habríamos habituado habríais habituado habrían habituado

may have gotten used to
hubiera habituado hubieras habituado hubiera habituado hubiéramos habituado hubierais habituado hubieran habituado
hubiese habituado hubieses habituado hubiese habituado hubiésemos habituado hubieseis habituado hubiesen habituado
Progressive Tenses: Present Participle habituando - getting used to
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am getting used to
estoy habituando estás habituando está habituando estamos habituando está habituando están habituando
Preterit Progressive

was getting used to
estuve habituando estuviste habituando estuvo habituando estuvimos habituando estuvisteis habituando estuvieron habituando
Imperfect Progressive

had been getting used to
estaba habituando estabas habituando estaba habituando estábamos habituando estabais habituando estaban habituando
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto

will be getting used to
estaré habituando estarás habituando estará habituando estaremos habituando estaréis habituando estarán habituando
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perfecto

would've been getting used to
estaría habituando estarías habituando estabría habituando estaríamos habituando estaríais habituando estarían habituando
Subjunctive Progressive

may've been getting used to
que ~ habituando que ~ habituando que ~ habituando que ~ habituando que ~ habituando que ~ habituando
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Spanish for get used to is habituar habituar can also mean: to get accumstomed to.
habituar a alguien a algo: to get somebody used to something.
habituarse: to get (oneself) used to.

Spanish for get used to is habituar habitual (adj): usual, regular, habitual.
el hábito (nm): habit.

Spanish for get used to is habituar Su cuerpo se habituaba a la sustancia: His/her body got used to the substance.

you informal vos replaces - you, informal, singular -
- in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and also in some countries of Central America.
Sometimes it also replaces the formal singular 'Usted'.
In irregular AR verbs, the conjugations remain the same as for except for the addition of accents in the following tenses:
Presente:  vos habitúas
Presente de Subjuntivo:  vos habitúes (Central America)


  • The Spanish verb for get used to habituar is an Irregular AR verb.
  • Learn to conjugate habituar and it will reinforce this irregular pattern.
  • Do a series of verbs every day for a month and you will have a solid knowledge of the verbs' conjugation patterns. Keep doing them with a new one every day from the Spanish Verbs List.
  • The same applies to other various patterns. Each month we feature a daily verb from one of the major pattern groups.
  • Repeating these tables aloud 10 times throughout the day will better embed the patterns into your subconscious, and your long term memory.
  • Reciting aloud is a great way for you to practice your pronunciation, and helps you to memorize the conjugations.

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