Spanish Verb TRONAR: to deafen

The Spanish verb tronar means 'to deafen ' and is an irregular Spanish AR verb.

To remember this, imagine the king deafens and STUNS his opponents from A THRONE!

Tronar changes the stem in the Present, Present Subjunctive and Imperative tenses.
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Read on, below the TRONAR verb table...
           to deafen: tronar
Imagine the king deafens and stuns his opponents from A THRONE!
Simple Tenses tronar
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

trueno truenas truena tronamos tronáis truenan

tronaba tronabas tronaba tronábamos tronabais tronaban

troné tronaste tronó tronamos tronasteis tronaron

will deafen
tronaré tronarás tronará tronaremos tronaréis tronarán

would deafen
tronaría tronarías tronaría tronaríamos tronaríais tronarían

may deafen
truene truenes truene tronemos tronéis truenen
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

may deafen
tronara tronaras tronara tronáramos tronarais tronaran
tronase tronases tronase tronásemos tronaseis tronasen
Imperative Tenses tronar

¡truena! ¡truene! ¡tronemos! ¡tronad! ¡truenen!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't deafen!
¡no truenes! ¡no truene! ¡no tronemos! ¡no tronéis! ¡no truenen!
Compound Tenses tronar - Past Participle tronado - deafened
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have deafened
he tronado has tronado ha tronado hemos tronado habéis tronado han tronado
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had deafened
hube tronado hubiste tronado hubo tronado hubimos tronado hubisteis tronado hubieron tronado
Past Perfect

had deafened
había tronado habías tronado había tronado habíamos tronado habíais tronado habían tronado
Present Perfect Subjunctive
Presente perfecto

have deafened
haya tronado hayas tronado haya tronado hayamos tronado hayáis tronado hayan tronado
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have deafened
habré tronado habrás tronado habrá tronado habremos tronado habréis tronado habrán tronado
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have deafened
habría tronado habrías tronado habría tronado habríamos tronado habríais tronado habrían tronado

may have deafened
hubiera tronado hubieras tronado hubiera tronado hubiéramos tronado hubierais tronado hubieran tronado
hubiese tronado hubieses tronado hubiese tronado hubiésemos tronado hubieseis tronado hubiesen tronado
Progressive Tenses: Present Participle tronando - deafening
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am deafening
estoy tronando estás tronando está tronando estamos tronando está tronando están tronando
Preterit Progressive

was deafening
estuve tronando estuviste tronando estuvo tronando estuvimos tronando estuvisteis tronando estuvieron tronando
Imperfect Progressive

had been deafening
estaba tronando estabas tronando estaba tronando estábamos tronando estabais tronando estaban tronando
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto

will be deafening
estaré tronando estarás tronando estará tronando estaremos tronando estaréis tronando estarán tronando
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perfecto

would've been deafening
estaría tronando estarías tronando estabría tronando estaríamos tronando estaríais tronando estarían tronando
Subjunctive Progressive

may've been deafening
que ~ tronando que ~ tronando que ~ tronando que ~ tronando que ~ tronando que ~ tronando
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Spanish for deafen is tronar tronar can also mean: to thunder; to stun, to kill a bull with stab in neck.

Spanish for deafen is tronar atronador/a (adj m/f): deafening, booming, thunderous.

Spanish for deafen is tronar los truenos (nmpl) : thunder.
el trueno (nm) : thunderclap, clap of thunder.

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 tronás
Imperativo:  ¡troná!


  • The Spanish verb for deafen tronar is an Irregular AR verb.
  • Learn to conjugate tronar 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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