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Spanish Verb ARRANCAR: to pull up

The Spanish verb arrancar means 'to pull up' and is an irregular Spanish AR verb.

To remember this, imagine Hossein Rezazadeh, the Irani weightlifting champion, pulls up AN IRANI CAR!

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Read on, below the ARRANCAR verb table...
           to pull up: arrancar
Imagine Hossein Rezazadeh, the Irani weightlifting champion, pulls up AN IRANI CAR!
Simple Tenses - Spanish Verb arrancar
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

pull up
arranco arrancas arranca arrancamos arrancáis arrancan

pulled up
arrancaba arrancabas arrancaba arrancábamos arrancabais arrancaban

pulled up
arranqué arrancaste arrancó arrancamos arrancasteis arrancaron

will pull up
arrancaré arrancarás arrancará arrancaremos arrancaréis arrancarán

would pull up
arrancaría arrancarías arrancaría arrancaríamos arrancaríais arrancarían

may pull up
arranque arranques arranque arranquemos arranquéis arranquen
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subj.

might pull up
arrancara arrancaras arrancara arrancáramos arrancarais arrancaran
arrancase arrancases arrancase arrancásemos arrancaseis arrancasen
Imperatives   Spanish Verb arrancar - to pull up

pull up!
¡arranca! ¡arranque! ¡arranquemos! ¡arrancad! ¡arranquen!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't pull up!
¡no arranques! ¡no arranque! ¡no arranquemos! ¡no arranquéis! ¡no arranquen!
Compound Tenses of the Spanish Verb ARRANCAR  Past Participle: arrancado - pulled up
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have pulled up
he arrancado has arrancado ha arrancado hemos arrancado habéis arrancado han arrancado
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had pulled up
hube arrancado hubiste arrancado hubo arrancado hubimos arrancado hubisteis arrancado hubieron arrancado
Past Perfect

had pulled up
había arrancado habías arrancado había arrancado habíamos arrancado habíais arrancado habían arrancado
Present Perfect Subj
Presente Perfecto Subj

may have pulled up
haya arrancado hayas arrancado haya arrancado hayamos arrancado hayáis arrancado hayan arrancado
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have pulled up
habré arrancado habrás arrancado habrá arrancado habremos arrancado habréis arrancado habrán arrancado
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have pulled up
habría arrancado habrías arrancado habría arrancado habríamos arrancado habríais arrancado habrían arrancado
Pluperfect Subjunctive
Pluscuamperf. de sbj

might have pulled up
hubiera arrancado hubieras arrancado hubiera arrancado hubiéramos arrancado hubierais arrancado hubieran arrancado
hubiese arrancado hubieses arrancado hubiese arrancado hubiésemos arrancado hubieseis arrancado hubiesen arrancado
Progressive Tenses ARRANCAR  Present Participle: arrancando - pulling up
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am pulling up
estoy arrancando estás arrancando está arrancando estamos arrancando está arrancando están arrancando
Preterit Progressive
Pretérito Prog

was pulling up
estuve arrancando estuviste arrancando estuvo arrancando estuvimos arrancando estuvisteis arrancando estuvieron arrancando
Imperfect Progressive
Imperfecto Prog

had been pulling up
estaba arrancando estabas arrancando estaba arrancando estábamos arrancando estabais arrancando estaban arrancando
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto Prog

will be pulling up
estaré arrancando estarás arrancando estará arrancando estaremos arrancando estaréis arrancando estarán arrancando
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perf. prog.

would have been
estaría arrancando estarías arrancando estabría arrancando estaríamos arrancando estaríais arrancando estarían arrancando
Subjunctive Progressive
Subjuntivo Progressivo

may've been pulling up
que ~ arrancando que ~ arrancando que ~ arrancando que ~ arrancando que ~ arrancando que ~ arrancando
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Spanish verb arrancar - pull up arrancar can mean: to extract, to root up, to tear off, to snatch; to start (car), to get/pull away.
arrancar de algo/alguien: to get away from something/somebody.
arrancarse de algo/alguien: to run away from something/somebody.

Spanish to pull up is arrancar el arranque: starting mechanism, base.
un arranque de celos: a fit of jealousy.
un arranque de energía: a burst of energy.

Spanish for pull up is arrancar El coche tiene problemas de arranque: The car is having problems starting.
Le arrancó las llaves: He snatched the keys from her.

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 arrancés
Imperativo:  ¡arrancé!

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