creer


creer
v.
1 to believe.
debe de ser bastante interesante — no creas,… it must be very interesting — far from it o don't you believe it,…
2 to believe (estar convencido de).
créeme, sólo quería ayudar believe me o honestly, I only wanted to help
¡ya lo creo! of course!
Ricardo cree en la reencarnación Richard believes in reincarnation.
María cree todas sus mentiras Mary believes all his lies.
Yo le creo a ella I believe her.
3 to think.
no creo, creo que no I don't think so
creo que sí I think so
creo que ha sido Sara I think it was Sara
¡quién lo hubiera creído! who would have thought it!
creer a alguien capaz de hacer algo to believe somebody to be capable of doing something
4 to consider oneself to, to believe to.
Creo estar preparado para ello I consider myself to be ready for that.
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creer
Conjugation model [LEER], like {{link=leer}}leer
verbo transitivo
1 (dar por cierto) to believe
si no lo veo no lo creo I've got to see it to believe it
2 (suponer, opinar) to think, suppose
¿y tú que crees? what do you think?
creo que sí I think so
creo que no I don't think so
3 (tener fe) to believe
verbo intransitivo
1 (tener fe) to believe
creo en Dios I believe in God
verbo pronominal creerse
1 (aceptar) to believe
no me lo creo I don't believe it, I can't believe it
no puedo creerme que sea tan barato I can't believe it's so cheap
2 (considerarse) to think
se cree un gran cantante he thinks he's a great singer
¿quién te has creído que eres? who do you think you are?
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FRASEOLOGÍA
creer a ciencia cierta to be convinced
creer a ojos cerrados to believe blindly
creer a pies juntillas to firmly believe
¡no creas! do you really think so?, I'm not so sure
no vayas a creer que ... don't go thinking that ...
¡que te crees tú eso! that's what you think!
¡ya lo creo! of course!
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verb
1) to believe
2) think
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1. VI
1) (=pensar)

es de Madrid, según creo — I believe she's from Madrid

no creo — I don't think so

es difícil, no creas — it's hard enough, I can tell you

2)

creer en — to believe in

creen en Dios — they believe in God

creo en la igualdad — I believe in equality

¿crees en los fantasmas? — do you believe in ghosts?

2. VT
1) (=considerar cierto) to believe

nadie me cree — nobody believes me

créame — believe me, take my word for it

no creo lo que dijo — I don't believe what she said

¡ya lo creo!, -¿quieres un café? -¡ya lo creo! — "do you want some coffee?" - "you bet!" *

¡ya lo creo que está roto! — you bet it's broken!, it certainly is broken!

¿que yo voy a ir andando hasta el faro? ¡ya lo creo! — iró you think I'm going to walk all the way to the lighthouse? you must be joking! *

¿que tú no sabías lo del examen? ¡sí, sí, ya lo creo! — iró you didn't know about the exam? oh, sure you didn't! *

2) (=pensar) to think

creen haber descubierto el motivo — they think (that) they've discovered the reason

creer que — to think (that)

no creo que pueda ir — I don't think I'll be able to go

creo que es sincera — I think she's sincere, I believe her to be sincere

creo que sí — I think so

creo que no — I don't think so

no puedo creer que esto esté pasando — I can't believe this is happening

no se vaya usted a creer que ... — don't go thinking that ..., I wouldn't want you to think that ...

3) (=considerar) to think

no lo creía capaz de hacerlo — I didn't think him capable of doing it

lo creo mi deber — I think o consider it (to be) my duty

3.
See:
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1.
verbo intransitivo
1)
a) (Relig) to believe
b) (tener fe, confianza)

creer en algo/alguien — to believe in something/somebody

c) (+ me/te/le etc) to believe

no te puedo creer! — I don't o can't believe it!

2) (pensar, juzgar) to think

¿estará en casa ahora? - no creo — will she be at home now? - I don't think so

él la quiere - ¿tú crees? — he loves her - do you think so?

ocurrió en 1965, según creo — I believe o understand it took place in 1965

no creas, es bastante difícil — believe me, it's quite hard

esto ya pasaba antes, no crea usted — this used to happen before as well, you know

2.
creer vt
1) (dar por cierto) to believe

quién lo hubiera creído! — who would have believed it?

hay que verlo para creerlo — it has to be seen to be believed

lo creas o no lo creas or aunque no lo creas — believe it or not

si no lo veo no lo creo — if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't have believed it

ya lo creo! — of course!

no (le) creas nada de lo que dice — don't believe a thing o a word he says

no lo puedo creer! — I don't believe it!

2) (pensar, juzgar) to think

creo que sí/creo que no — I think so/I don't think so

creo que va a llover — I think it's going to rain

creo que es mi deber ayudarlo — I believe it's my duty to help him

quiero creer que se lo agradeciste — I hope you thanked them

se cree que el incendio fue provocado — the fire is thought to have been started deliberately

les hizo creer que estaba enfermo — he made them think he was ill

creo que no va a poder resolverlo — I don't believe o think she'll be able to sort it out

no creí necesario avisarte — I didn't think it necessary to let you know

no la creo capaz — I do not think she is capable

¿me crees tan estúpida? — do you really think I'm that stupid?

no creer que + subj: no creo que pueda resolverlo I doubt if o I don't think I'll be able to solve it; no creo/no puedo creer que lo haya hecho I don't/can't believe that he did it; no vaya a creer que es para él he might get the impression it's for him; creer + inf: creí oír un ruido I thought I heard a noise; creo recordar que ... I seem to remember that ...; creo haberlo visto antes — I think I've seen it before

3.
creerse v pron
1) (dar por cierto, figurarse)
a) (enf) (con ingenuidad) to believe

se cree todo lo que le dicen — she believes everything she's told

eso nadie se lo cree — no one believes that

que no se crea que es fácil — he shouldn't think it's easy

b) (con arrogancia) to think

¿quién se creerá que es? — who does he think he is?

¿qué se habrán creído? — what do they take me (o us etc) for?

¿qué te crees, que soy tu criada? — what do you think I am, your maid or something?

se lo tiene muy creído — (Esp fam) he's very full of himself (colloq)

que te crees tú eso! or que te lo has creído! — (Esp fam) you must be kidding! (colloq)

2) (refl)
a) (considerarse)

no me creo capaz de hacerlo — I don't think I'm capable of doing it

se cree muy listo — he thinks he's really clever

b) (CS fam) (estimarse superior) to think one is special (o great etc)
3) (Méx) (fiarse)

creerse de alguien — to trust somebody

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= believe, feel, think, opine.
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Ex. Some feel that the non-expressive nature of the notation limits the scheme's usefulness in computerised data bases.
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* aunque no lo creas = believe it or not.
* ¡como para creérselo! = Posesivo + famous last words.
* créeme = take it from me.
* creer a Alguien = take + Posesivo + word for it.
* creer adecuado = see + fit, think + fit.
* creer en imposibilidades = believe in + impossibilities.
* creer en lo imposible = believe in + the impossible.
* creer necesario = feel + need for.
* creer que estar bien = feel + right.
* creer que estar mal = feel + wrong.
* creerse = make out to be.
* creerse Dios = play + God.
* creerse equivocadamente = lull + Nombre + into thinking.
* creerse la salvación de = be god's gift to.
* creérselas de = fancy + Reflexivo.
* creérselo = go to + Posesivo + head, get + too big for + Posesivo + boots, get + too big for + Posesivo + breeches.
* creerse una broma = fall for + a joke, fall for + it.
* hacer creer = lead to + believe, lull + Nombre + into thinking.
* lo creas o no = believe it or not.
* no creerse Algo al pie de la letra = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt.
* no creerse Algo del todo = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt.
* según se cree = reputedly.
* ser difícil de creer = beggar + belief.
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1.
verbo intransitivo
1)
a) (Relig) to believe
b) (tener fe, confianza)

creer en algo/alguien — to believe in something/somebody

c) (+ me/te/le etc) to believe

no te puedo creer! — I don't o can't believe it!

2) (pensar, juzgar) to think

¿estará en casa ahora? - no creo — will she be at home now? - I don't think so

él la quiere - ¿tú crees? — he loves her - do you think so?

ocurrió en 1965, según creo — I believe o understand it took place in 1965

no creas, es bastante difícil — believe me, it's quite hard

esto ya pasaba antes, no crea usted — this used to happen before as well, you know

2.
creer vt
1) (dar por cierto) to believe

quién lo hubiera creído! — who would have believed it?

hay que verlo para creerlo — it has to be seen to be believed

lo creas o no lo creas or aunque no lo creas — believe it or not

si no lo veo no lo creo — if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't have believed it

ya lo creo! — of course!

no (le) creas nada de lo que dice — don't believe a thing o a word he says

no lo puedo creer! — I don't believe it!

2) (pensar, juzgar) to think

creo que sí/creo que no — I think so/I don't think so

creo que va a llover — I think it's going to rain

creo que es mi deber ayudarlo — I believe it's my duty to help him

quiero creer que se lo agradeciste — I hope you thanked them

se cree que el incendio fue provocado — the fire is thought to have been started deliberately

les hizo creer que estaba enfermo — he made them think he was ill

creo que no va a poder resolverlo — I don't believe o think she'll be able to sort it out

no creí necesario avisarte — I didn't think it necessary to let you know

no la creo capaz — I do not think she is capable

¿me crees tan estúpida? — do you really think I'm that stupid?

no creer que + subj: no creo que pueda resolverlo I doubt if o I don't think I'll be able to solve it; no creo/no puedo creer que lo haya hecho I don't/can't believe that he did it; no vaya a creer que es para él he might get the impression it's for him; creer + inf: creí oír un ruido I thought I heard a noise; creo recordar que ... I seem to remember that ...; creo haberlo visto antes — I think I've seen it before

3.
creerse v pron
1) (dar por cierto, figurarse)
a) (enf) (con ingenuidad) to believe

se cree todo lo que le dicen — she believes everything she's told

eso nadie se lo cree — no one believes that

que no se crea que es fácil — he shouldn't think it's easy

b) (con arrogancia) to think

¿quién se creerá que es? — who does he think he is?

¿qué se habrán creído? — what do they take me (o us etc) for?

¿qué te crees, que soy tu criada? — what do you think I am, your maid or something?

se lo tiene muy creído — (Esp fam) he's very full of himself (colloq)

que te crees tú eso! or que te lo has creído! — (Esp fam) you must be kidding! (colloq)

2) (refl)
a) (considerarse)

no me creo capaz de hacerlo — I don't think I'm capable of doing it

se cree muy listo — he thinks he's really clever

b) (CS fam) (estimarse superior) to think one is special (o great etc)
3) (Méx) (fiarse)

creerse de alguien — to trust somebody

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= believe, feel, think, opine.

Ex: The preferred citation order should be that order which is believed to match the approach of many users who can be expected to retrieve information on the topic.

Ex: Some feel that the non-expressive nature of the notation limits the scheme's usefulness in computerised data bases.
Ex: Whether the juxtaposition of language with literature is as weighty an advantage as has on occasion been claimed is, I think, debatable.
Ex: Such techniques, she opined, emphasize production over people.
* aunque no lo creas = believe it or not.
* ¡como para creérselo! = Posesivo + famous last words.
* créeme = take it from me.
* creer a Alguien = take + Posesivo + word for it.
* creer adecuado = see + fit, think + fit.
* creer en imposibilidades = believe in + impossibilities.
* creer en lo imposible = believe in + the impossible.
* creer necesario = feel + need for.
* creer que estar bien = feel + right.
* creer que estar mal = feel + wrong.
* creerse = make out to be.
* creerse Dios = play + God.
* creerse equivocadamente = lull + Nombre + into thinking.
* creerse la salvación de = be god's gift to.
* creérselas de = fancy + Reflexivo.
* creérselo = go to + Posesivo + head, get + too big for + Posesivo + boots, get + too big for + Posesivo + breeches.
* creerse una broma = fall for + a joke, fall for + it.
* hacer creer = lead to + believe, lull + Nombre + into thinking.
* lo creas o no = believe it or not.
* no creerse Algo al pie de la letra = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt.
* no creerse Algo del todo = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt.
* según se cree = reputedly.
* ser difícil de creer = beggar + belief.

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creer [E13 ]
vi
A
1 (Relig) to believe
2 (tener fe, confianza) creer EN algo/algn to believe IN sth/sb
no creo en los fantasmas/el amor I don't believe in ghosts/love
él fue el único que creyó en nosotros he was the only one who believed in us o who had any faith in us
3 (+ me/te/le etc) to believe
¿y eso te dijo? ¡no te puedo creer! he said that to you? I don't o can't believe it!
tú me crees, ¿verdad? you believe me, don't you?
B (pensar, juzgar) to think
¿estará en casa ahora? — no creo will she be at home now? — I don't think so
esto lo terminamos mañana — ¿tú crees? we'll get this finished tomorrow — do you think so?
ocurrió en 1965, según creo I believe o understand it took place in 1965
es más difícil de lo que parece, no creas believe you me, it's harder than it looks
esto ya pasaba antes, no crea usted this used to happen before as well, you know
■ creer
vt
A (dar por cierto) to believe
¡quién lo hubiera creído! who would have believed it?
hay que verlo para creerlo it has to be seen to be believed
lo creas o no lo creas or aunque no lo creas believe it or not
si no lo veo no lo creo if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't have believed it
¿que si lo voy a aceptar? ¡ya lo creo! am I going to accept it? of course I am! o (colloq) you bet!
no (le) creas nada de lo que dice don't believe a thing o a word he says
es una historia de no creer it's an unbelievable o incredible story
¿tú puedes creer que ni siquiera me saludó? would o can you believe that he didn't even say hello to me?
¡no lo puedo creer, nos han puesto otra multa! I don't believe it, we've got another ticket!
¿se puede creer que a nadie se le haya ocurrido? can you believe that nobody has thought of it before?
B (pensar, juzgar) to think
¿ya ha terminado la reunión? — creo que sí/creo que no has the meeting finished yet? — I think so/I don't think so
creo que va a llover I think it's going to rain
creo que es mi deber ayudarlo I believe it's my duty to help him, I consider it my duty to help him
quiero creer que se lo agradeciste I hope you thanked them
no vayas a creer que a mí me resultó fácil don't get the impression that o don't think that it was easy for me
se cree que el incendio fue provocado the fire is thought to have been started deliberately
les hizo creer que estaba enfermo he made them think he was ill
creo que no va a poder resolverlo I don't believe o think she'll be able to sort it out
no creí necesario avisarte I did not think it necessary to let you know
no la creo capaz de semejante cosa I do not think she is capable of such a thing
¿me crees tan estúpida? do you really think I'm that stupid?
no creer QUE + SUBJ:
no creo que pueda resolverlo I doubt if o I don't think I'll be able to solve it
no creo/no puedo creer que lo haya hecho sin ayuda I don't/can't believe that he did it on his own
no creo que llueva I don't think it'll rain
creer + INF:
creí oír un ruido I thought I heard a noise
creo recordar que me dijiste que … I seem to remember you telling me that …
creo haberlo visto antes pero no estoy segura I think I've seen it before but I'm not sure
creerse
v pron
A (dar por cierto, figurarse)
1 (enf) (con ingenuidad) to believe
que no se crea que es tan fácil he shouldn't think it's so easy
se cree todo lo que le dicen she believes everything she's told
no me creo nada de ti (Esp); I don't believe a thing o word you say
2 (con arrogancia) to think
¿quién se creerá que es? who does he think he is?
¿qué se habrán creído?, ofrecernos esa miseria what do they take us for, offering us such a pathetic amount?
¿qué te crees, que soy tu criada? what do you think I am? your maid or something?
se lo cree mucho or se lo tiene muy creído (Esp fam); he's very full of himself (colloq), he really fancies himself (BrE colloq)
¡que te crees tú eso! or ¡que te lo has creído! (Esp fam); you must be kidding o joking! (colloq)
B (refl)
1
(considerarse): no me creo capaz de hacerlo I don't think I'm capable of doing it
se cree el dueño del pueblo he thinks he owns the whole village
te crees muy listo ¿verdad? you think you're really clever, don't you?
2 (CS fam) (estimarse superior) to think one is special ( o great etc)
C (Méx) (fiarse) creerse DE algn; to trust sb
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creer (conjugate creer) verbo intransitivo
a) (tener fe, aceptar como verdad) to believe;

creer en algo/algn to believe in sth/sb;
¿me crees? do you believe me?

b) (pensar, juzgar) to think;

¿tú crees? do you think so?;

no creo I don't think so;
no creas, es bastante difícil believe me, it's quite hard
verbo transitivo
a) (dar por cierto) to believe;

hay que verlo para creerlo it has to be seen to be believed;

aunque no lo creas believe it or not;
¡no lo puedo creer! I don't believe it!;
¡ya lo creo! of course!
b) (pensar, juzgar) to think;

creo que sí/creo que no I think so/I don't think so;

creo que va a llover I think it's going to rain;
no la creo capaz I do not think she is capable;
se cree que el incendio fue provocado the fire is thought to have been started deliberately;
no lo creí necesario I didn't think it necessary;
no creo que pueda ir I doubt if o I don't think I'll be able to go;
creí oír un ruido I thought I heard a noise;
creo recordar que … I seem to remember that …
creerse verbo pronominal
a) (enf) (con ingenuidad) to believe;

eso nadie se lo cree no one believes that

b) (con arrogancia) to think;

se cree muy listo he thinks he's really clever;

¿quién se creerá que es? who does he think he is?
c) (CS fam) (estimarse superior) to think one is special (o great etc)

d) (Méx) (fiarse) creerse de algn to trust sb

creer
I verbo transitivo
1 (suponer) to think: ¿crees que está implicado?, do you think he's involved?
creo que sí/no, I think so/don't think so
ya lo creo, of course
2 (tener fe, confianza) to believe: créeme, believe me
te creo, I believe you
II verbo intransitivo
1 Rel to believe [en, in]
cree en los marcianos, he believes in Martians
2 (tener confianza) to trust: mi padre cree en mí, my father trusts me
'creer' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acabar
- adelante
- entender
- imaginar
- imposible
- machamartillo
- suponer
- temerse
- tragar
- creyera
- engañar
- hallar
- ir
- pensar
English:
belief
- believe
- believe in
- buy
- certain
- conceive
- credit
- deceive
- fancy
- lead to
- reason
- reckon
- see
- seeing
- swallow
- think
- trust
- disbelieve
- have
- impression
- suppose
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creer
vt
1. [estar convencido de] to believe;
no te creo I don't believe you;
no creas nada de lo que te cuenten don't believe a word they say;
créeme, sólo quería ayudar believe me o honestly, I only wanted to help;
no puedo creer lo que ven mis ojos I can't believe my eyes;
no puedo creer lo que estoy oyendo I can't believe my ears o what I'm hearing;
hay que verlo para creerlo it has to be seen to be believed;
Comp
creer algo a pies juntillas to believe sth blindly;
Comp
ya lo creo: [m5]¡ya lo creo que iré! of course I'll go!, you bet I'll go!;
Irónico
¿nos puedes ayudar a subir el piano? – ¡ya lo creo! could you help us carry the piano upstairs? – oh sure, I'd just love to!
2. [suponer, pensar] to think;
creo que ha sido Sara I think it was Sara;
creo que va a hacer calor I think it's going to be hot;
creo que te equivocas I think you're mistaken;
creo que está vivo I think he's alive, I believe him to be alive;
¿crees que lo conseguiremos? do you think we'll achieve it?, do you expect us to achieve it?;
creo que sí I think so;
creo que no I don't think so;
no creo que pueda ir contigo I don't think I can go with you;
¿vendrás a la fiesta? – no creo are you going to the party? – I don't think so;
creo no equivocarme I believe I'm right, I don't think I'm wrong;
creí oír un llanto I thought I heard someone crying;
creo recordar que no es la primera vez que lo hace I seem to remember it's not the first time she's done it;
no te vayas a creer que soy siempre así don't think o imagine I'm always like this;
no la creía tan simpática I didn't think she was so nice;
¡quién lo hubiera creído! who would have thought it!;
se llama Juan, creo he's called Juan, I think;
están muy afectados, ¿no crees? they seem very upset, don't you think?
3. [estimar] to think;
le creo capaz I think he's competent;
creer a alguien capaz de hacer algo to think sb is capable of doing sth
vi
to believe (en in);
creer en Dios to believe in God;
no cree en la monarquía he doesn't believe in monarchy;
mis hijos no creen en Papá Noel my children don't believe in Father Christmas;
no cree, es ateo he's not a believer, he's an atheist;
creo en tu honestidad I believe you're being honest;
según creo to the best of my knowledge;
debe ser bastante interesante – no creas,… it must be very interesting – far from it o don't you believe it,…
See also the pronominal verb creerse
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creer
I v/i believe (en in);
creer en Dios believe in God
II v/t think; (dar por cierto) believe;
hacer creer algo a alguien make s.o. think o believe sth;
no creo que esté aquí I don’t think he’s here;
eso no te lo crees ni tú fam you must be nuts! fam ;
¡quién iba a creerlo! who would have believed it!;
¡ya lo creo! fam you bet! fam
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creer {20} v
1) : to believe
2) : to suppose, to think
creo que sí: I think so
See also the reflexive verb creerse
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creer vb
1. (en general) to believe
¿crees en Dios? do you believe in God?
no me creyó he didn't believe me
2. (pensar) to think [pt. & pp. thought]
creo que vamos a ganar I think we're going to win

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • créer — CRÉER. v. actif. Tirer du néant, donner l être, faire une chose de rien. Dieu a créé le Ciel et la Terre. Quand Dieu créa le monde. Dieu a créé toutes choses de rien. f♛/b] Il se dit aussi Des choses dont les hommes sont les inventeurs. Il a créé …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • créer — CRÉER. v. a. Tirer du neant, donner l estre, faire une chose de rien. Dieu a creé le ciel & la terre. quand Dieu crea le monde. Dieu a creé toutes choses de rien. On dit fig. Créer des Charges, des Offices, & autres choses semblables, pour dire,… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • créer — Créer, et donner estre à quelque chose, et mettre premierement en nature, Creare. Créer {{o=Crées}} derechef, Recreare. Créer un consul, Consulem facere. Créer derechef, continuer un magistrat, Tribunos et alios magistratus reficere. Ceux qui… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • creer — (Del lat. credĕre). 1. tr. Tener por cierto algo que el entendimiento no alcanza o que no está comprobado o demostrado. 2. Dar firme asenso a las verdades reveladas por Dios. 3. Pensar, juzgar, sospechar algo o estar persuadido de ello. 4. Tener… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • creer — verbo transitivo 1. Considerar (una persona) cierta [una cosa]: Él ha creído siempre que la encontraría. ¿Tu hijo ya no cree en los reyes magos? 2. Considerar (una persona) que …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • creer — Se conjuga como: leer Infinitivo: Gerundio: Participio: creer creyendo creído     Indicativo   presente imperfecto pretérito futuro condicional yo tú él, ella, Ud. nosotros vosotros ellos, ellas, Uds. creo crees cree creemos creéis creen creía… …   Wordreference Spanish Conjugations Dictionary

  • creer — creer, no te lo crees ni tú expr. negación absoluta. ❙ «Eso no te lo crees ni tú.» DTE …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • creer — creer(se) 1. Se conjuga como leer (→ apéndice 1, n.º 39). Hoy no es propio de la lengua culta intercalar una y entre las dos vocales iguales cuando el acento recae en la primera de ellas: ⊕ creye, ⊕ creyen, ⊕ creyemos, etc. 2. Cuando significa… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • creer — var. of crayer …   Useful english dictionary

  • creer — (Del lat. credere.) ► verbo transitivo/ pronominal 1 Considerar o aceptar una cosa como cierta sin tener pruebas irrefutables de ella: ■ se cree todo lo que le dicen. SE CONJUGA COMO leer SINÓNIMO tragar 2 Pensar o suponer que una persona o una… …   Enciclopedia Universal


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