spanish-verb-liar-tie up

Spanish Verb LIAR: to tie up

The Spanish verb liar means 'to tie up ' and is an irregular Spanish AR verb.

To remember this, imagine the prisoner is called a LIAR and LEERS as they tie him up!
Liar makes conjugation changes in the Present, Present Subjunctive and Imperative tenses by adding an accent to the i.
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Read on, below the LIAR verb table...
           to tie up: liar
Imagine you the prisoner is called a LIAR and LEERS as they tie him up!
Simple Tenses liar
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

tie up
lío lías lía liamos liáis, liais lían

tied up
liaba liabas liaba liábamos liabais liaban

tied up
lié, lie liaste lió, lio liamos liasteis liaron

will tie up
liaré liarás liará liaremos liaréis liarán

would tie up
liaría liarías liaría liaríamos liaríais liarían

may tie up
líe líes líe liemos liéis, lieis líen
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

may tie up
liara liaras liara liáramos liarais liaran
liase liases liase liásemos liaseis liasen
Imperative Tenses liar

tie up!
¡lía! ¡líe! ¡liemos! ¡liad! ¡líen!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't tie up!
¡no líes! ¡no líe! ¡no liemos! ¡no liéis! ¡no lieis! ¡no líen!
Compound Tenses liar - Past Participle liado - tied up
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have tied up
he liado has liado ha liado hemos liado habéis liado han liado
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had tied up
hube liado hubiste liado hubo liado hubimos liado hubisteis liado hubieron liado
Past Perfect

had tied up
había liado habías liado había liado habíamos liado habíais liado habían liado
Present Perfect Subjunctive
Pretérito perfecto

have tied up
haya liado hayas liado haya liado hayamos liado hayáis liado hayan liado
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have tied up
habré liado habrás liado habrá liado habremos liado habréis liado habrán liado
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have tied up
habría liado habrías liado habría liado habríamos liado habríais liado habrían liado

may have tied up
hubiera liado hubieras liado hubiera liado hubiéramos liado hubierais liado hubieran liado
hubiese liado hubieses liado hubiese liado hubiésemos liado hubieseis liado hubiesen liado
Progressive Tenses: Present Participle liando - tying up
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am tying up
estoy liando estás liando está liando estamos liando está liando están liando
Preterit Progressive

was tying up
estuve liando estuviste liando estuvo liando estuvimos liando estuvisteis liando estuvieron liando
Imperfect Progressive

had been tying up
estaba liando estabas liando estaba liando estábamos liando estabais liando estaban liando
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto

will be tying up
estaré liando estarás liando estará liando estaremos liando estaréis liando estarán liando
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perfecto

would've been tying up
estaría liando estarías liando estabría liando estaríamos liando estaríais liando estarían liando
Subjunctive Progressive

may've been tying up
que ~ liando que ~ liando que ~ liando que ~ liando que ~ liando que ~ liando
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Spanish for tie up is liar liar can also mean: to wrap up, to bundle up; to roll (cigarette); to complicate, to get in a muddle (coll).
liarse (vr): to get complicated, to get confused, to get tied up in something (coll).

Spanish for tie up is liar liarla: to mess something up, to cause a mess/stir (coll).
liarla parda: a complete mess; a big party.

Spanish for tie up is liar el liante / la lianta (nm/f): smoothy, smooth talker (fam Esp).
liado/a (adj m/f): tied up.
estar liado: to be tied up/ busy (coll).
liado/a con algo: to be involved with something (coll).
liado/a con alguien: to be involved with someone (coll).

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 liáis / liais
Presente de Subjuntivo:  vos liéis / lieis


  • The Spanish verb for tie up liar is an Irregular AR verb.
  • Learn to conjugate liar 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 the 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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