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To let go in Spanish 🇪🇸


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

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: sol-TAR
IPA: /sol.’tar/

7 months ago

Opposites

Asir – Soltar (to grasp – to release)

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soltar info.

Tips to remember the word “soltar”:
– The word “soltar” kind of sounds like “soul” “tar”, so picture someone letting go of “tar” from their “soul,” freeing themselves.
– You can associate “soltar” with releasing something from your grasp, like “solar” (sun) releases light and warmth without holding onto it.

Explanations:
– “Soltar” is a Spanish verb that means to let go or release. It can also mean to loosen, to set free, to unleash, or to blurt out.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Liberar (to liberate or free)
– Dejar ir (to let go)
– Desprender (to detach)
– Descargar (to unload)

“Soltar” is an infinitive verb, and here are its conjugations in several tenses:

Indicative Present:
– yo suelto
– tú sueltas
– él/ella/Ud. suelta
– nosotros/nosotras soltamos
– vosotros/vosotras soltáis
– ellos/ellas/Uds. sueltan

Indicative Preterite (Simple Past):
– yo solté
– tú soltaste
– él/ella/Ud. soltó
– nosotros/nosotras soltamos
– vosotros/vosotras soltasteis
– ellos/ellas/Uds. soltaron

Indicative Future:
– yo soltaré
– tú soltarás
– él/ella/Ud. soltará
– nosotros/nosotras soltaremos
– vosotros/vosotras soltaréis
– ellos/ellas/Uds. soltarán

Subjunctive Present:
– yo suelte
– tú sueltes
– él/ella/Ud. suelte
– nosotros/nosotras soltemos
– vosotros/vosotras soltéis
– ellos/ellas/Uds. suelten

Imperative (Commands):
– (tú) suelta
– (él/ella/Ud.) suelte
– (nosotros/nosotras) soltemos
– (vosotros/vosotras) soltad
– (ellos/ellas/Uds.) suelten

Examples of sentences using “soltar”:
Present: “Cuando estoy nervioso, suelto todo lo que tengo en las manos.”
Preterite: “Solté la cuerda y el balón se fue volando.”
Future: “Si no pagas la multa, no te soltarán el coche.”

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