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To charge in Spanish 🇪🇸

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to charge cargar
How to say “to charge” in Spanish? “Cargar”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “cargar” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to charge in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Normal speech: car-GAR
IPA: /kar.’gar/

7 months ago

Memory trick

Charging an electric car

8 months ago

cargar info.

Tips to remember “cargar”:
– Associate “cargar” with carrying a load or burden, which can also be like “charging” a battery with energy, or “loading” a cargo.
– Think of a “cargo” ship, which carries loads across the sea, similar to how “cargar” means to carry or to load.
– The “-gar” ending could help you remember it’s an action word, something being done – to load or carry.

– “Cargar” is a Spanish verb that means to charge (like charging a battery), to load (like loading cargo), or to carry a burden.
– It can also mean to put a burden on someone else (like a responsibility), or to entrust with a task.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Cargar” has synonyms depending on the context; for charging a battery, you can use “recargar”, for loading cargo, “almacenar” or “cargar” is used.

Different conjugations of “cargar”:
– Infinitive: cargar
– Present: cargo (I carry/load), cargas (you carry/load), carga (he/she/it carries/loads), cargamos (we carry/load), cargáis (you all carry/load), cargan (they carry/load)
– Preterite: cargué (I carried/loaded), cargaste (you carried/loaded), cargó (he/she/it carried/loaded), cargamos (we carried/loaded), cargasteis (you all carried/loaded), cargaron (they carried/loaded)
– Imperfect: cargaba (I was carrying/loading), cargabas (you were carrying/loading), cargaba (he/she/it was carrying/loading), cargábamos (we were carrying/loading), cargabais (you all were carrying/loading), cargaban (they were carrying/loading)
– Future: cargaré (I will carry/load), cargarás (you will carry/load), cargará (he/she/it will carry/load), cargaremos (we will carry/load), cargaréis (you all will carry/load), cargarán (they will carry/load)
– Conditional: cargaría (I would carry/load), cargarías (you would carry/load), cargaría (he/she/it would carry/load), cargaríamos (we would carry/load), cargaríais (you all would carry/load), cargarían (they would carry/load)
РSubjunctive: cargue (I might carry/load), cargues (you might carry/load), cargue (he/she/it might carry/load), carguemos (we might carry/load), cargu̩is (you all might carry/load), carguen (they might carry/load)

Examples of sentences that use “cargar”:
– Voy a cargar mi teléfono porque la batería está baja. (I am going to charge my phone because the battery is low.)
– El trabajador carga las cajas en el camión. (The worker loads the boxes onto the truck.)
– Cargamos con la responsabilidad de terminar el proyecto a tiempo. (We carry the responsibility of finishing the project on time.)
РCuando era ni̱o, mi padre me cargaba en sus hombros. (When I was a child, my father used to carry me on his shoulders.)
– Cargarán los costos a tu cuenta bancaria. (They will charge the costs to your bank account.)

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