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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To wed: casarse, contraer matrimonio wed (uéd) wed* (uéd) wed* (uéd)
By the end of spring, the royal couple will have wedded.
That actor wedded a famous top model.
Ralph and Elizabeth were wedded in a cathedral.
 
To weep: llorar weep (uíip) wept (uépt) wept (uépt)
The film was so sad that made us weep.
My daughter fell down and wept for hours.
Everybody wept at the funeral.
 
To wet: mojar wet (uét) wet* (uét) wet* (uét)
The hairdresser wetted the comb slightly to arrange her hair.
My son had a high fever so I wet his forehead.
The player will wet his head before running into the soccer field.
 
To win: ganar win (wín) won (wán) won (wán)
Eugene O’Neill won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1936.
Do you think our team will win the World Cup?
Tony won the lottery and became rich.
 
To wind: dar cuerda, serpentear, envolver, enrollar wind (wáind) wound (wáund) wound (wáund)
My grandfather winds his watch every day.
The river wound its way between the hills.
I have wound a bandage around my injured arm.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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