Cabrear (to annoy) conjugation

Spanish
28 examples
This verb can also have the following meanings: to piss off, to make angry, to get angry, get, to get sick and tired, pester, to get bored, bother

Conjugation of eiti

Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Present tense
cabreo
I annoy
cabreas
you annoy
cabrea
he/she/it annoys
cabreamos
we annoy
cabreáis
you all annoy
cabrean
they annoy
Present perfect tense
he cabreado
I have annoyed
has cabreado
you have annoyed
ha cabreado
he/she/it has annoyed
hemos cabreado
we have annoyed
habéis cabreado
you all have annoyed
han cabreado
they have annoyed
Past preterite tense
cabreé
I annoyed
cabreaste
you annoyed
cabreó
he/she/it annoyed
cabreamos
we annoyed
cabreasteis
you all annoyed
cabrearon
they annoyed
Future tense
cabrearé
I will annoy
cabrearás
you will annoy
cabreará
he/she/it will annoy
cabrearemos
we will annoy
cabrearéis
you all will annoy
cabrearán
they will annoy
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Conditional mood
cabrearía
I would annoy
cabrearías
you would annoy
cabrearía
he/she/it would annoy
cabrearíamos
we would annoy
cabrearíais
you all would annoy
cabrearían
they would annoy
Past imperfect tense
cabreaba
I used to annoy
cabreabas
you used to annoy
cabreaba
he/she/it used to annoy
cabreábamos
we used to annoy
cabreabais
you all used to annoy
cabreaban
they used to annoy
Past perfect tense
había cabreado
I had annoyed
habías cabreado
you had annoyed
había cabreado
he/she/it had annoyed
habíamos cabreado
we had annoyed
habíais cabreado
you all had annoyed
habían cabreado
they had annoyed
Future perfect tense
habré cabreado
I will have annoyed
habrás cabreado
you will have annoyed
habrá cabreado
he/she/it will have annoyed
habremos cabreado
we will have annoyed
habréis cabreado
you all will have annoyed
habrán cabreado
they will have annoyed
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Present subjunctive tense
cabree
(if/so that) I annoy
cabrees
(if/so that) you annoy
cabree
(if/so that) he/she/it annoy
cabreemos
(if/so that) we annoy
cabreéis
(if/so that) you all annoy
cabreen
(if/so that) they annoy
Present perfect subjunctive tense
haya cabreado
I have annoyed
hayas cabreado
you have annoyed
haya cabreado
he/she/it has annoyed
hayamos cabreado
we have annoyed
hayáis cabreado
you all have annoyed
hayan cabreado
they have annoyed
Past imperfect subjunctive tense
cabreara
(if/so that) I have annoyed
cabrearas
(if/so that) you have annoyed
cabreara
(if/so that) he/she/it have annoyed
cabreáramos
(if/so that) we have annoyed
cabrearais
(if/so that) you all have annoyed
cabrearan
(if/so that) they have annoyed
Past imperfect subjunctive (second) tense
cabrease
(if/so that) I have annoyed
cabreases
(if/so that) you have annoyed
cabrease
(if/so that) he/she/it have annoyed
cabreásemos
(if/so that) we have annoyed
cabreaseis
(if/so that) you all have annoyed
cabreasen
(if/so that) they have annoyed
Yo
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Past perfect subjunctive tense
hubiera cabreado
I had annoyed
hubieras cabreado
you had annoyed
hubiera cabreado
he/she/it had annoyed
hubiéramos cabreado
we had annoyed
hubierais cabreado
you all had annoyed
hubieran cabreado
they had annoyed
Past perfect subjunctive (second) tense
hubiese cabreado
I had annoyed
hubieses cabreado
you had annoyed
hubiese cabreado
he/she/it had annoyed
hubiésemos cabreado
we had annoyed
hubieseis cabreado
you all had annoyed
hubiesen cabreado
they had annoyed
Future subjunctive tense
cabreare
(if/so that) I will have annoyed
cabreares
(if/so that) you will have annoyed
cabreare
(if/so that) he/she/it will have annoyed
cabreáremos
(if/so that) we will have annoyed
cabreareis
(if/so that) you all will have annoyed
cabrearen
(if/so that) they will have annoyed
Future perfect subjunctive tense
hubiere cabreado
I will have annoyed
hubieres cabreado
you will have annoyed
hubiere cabreado
he/she/it will have annoyed
hubiéremos cabreado
we will have annoyed
hubiereis cabreado
you all will have annoyed
hubieren cabreado
they will have annoyed
Tu
Él/ell(a/o)/ Usted
Nosotr(os/as)
Vosotr(os/as)
Ell(os/as)
Imperative mood
cabrea
annoy!
cabree
annoy!
cabreemos
let's annoy!
cabread
annoy!
cabreen
annoy!
Imperative negative mood
no cabrees
do not annoy!
no cabree
let him/her/it annoy!
no cabreemos
let us not annoy!
no cabreéis
do not annoy!
no cabreen
do not annoy!

Examples of cabrear

Example in SpanishTranslation in English
-No, es para cabrear a mi padre.- You're nuts! I only want to annoy my father.
¿Lo has hecho solo para cabrear a mamá?You did that just to annoy mom?
Cuando me cabreo es cuando mi corazón se mueve.When I get annoyed, that's when my heart kicks in.
Oh, qué cabreo.Oh, that's so annoying.
Pero entre que cabreo a los Adjuntos, choco con las enfermeras y, por supuesto, soy responsable de la muerte de un paciente por imprudente...Between annoying attendings, butting heads with the nurses, and of course, being responsible for the death of a patient because I try to be aggressive... oh.
Me cabreas pero aún así tienes razón.You're still annoying but you're right.
Lo sé, y eso nos devuelve al tema de los superdeportivos aligerados que condujimos la semana pasada, porque lo que me cabrea realmente es que te compras un Ferrari 430 y piensas: "Es el mejor coche que puede hacer Ferrari".I know, and it brings us back to those lightweight supercars that we were reviewing last week, because what really annoys me is that you buy a Ferrari 430, and you think this is as good as Ferrari can make a car
Que, si me cabrea, tiraré sus cosas fuera.And I'll throw his business if it annoys me.
Sabes... en serio... me cabrea.D'you know what... really... ..annoys me.
Nos cabreamos mucho cuando despidió a Ah-huai.We were so annoyed after you fired Ah-huai.
El que te cabreó el otro día, ¿sabes?The one who annoyed you, you know.
El que te cabreó en la cena.The one who annoyed you earlier
Esto cabreó a los auténticos jugadores que hacían cola detrás nuestro.This annoyed the proper men of Pringle who were queuing up behind us.
Fue la primera cosa de ti que me cabreó de verdad.It was the first thing about you that ever really annoyed me.
Me cabreó para que se lo robara.You annoyed me into stealing it.
Aparte de todo lo demás, cabrearía a la gente.Apart from anything else, it would annoy the hell out of people.
Sí, correr solo hará que se cabree.Yeah, running just annoys him. Oh! Oh!
Vas a tener que bajar esos humos ya mismo, Norma, antes de que me cabree de veras.You need to dial it down right now, Norma, before I get truly annoyed.
¿Puedo decir algo que probablemente te cabree? ¿Desde cuándo pides permiso?Can I say something that'll... probably annoy you? (Sighs) Since when do you ask for permission?
- ¡No me cabrees, Jill!- Damn, Jill, don't annoy me!
¡No me cabrees a mí también!Don't you annoy me too!
- Pero estoy cabreado.-But I feel annoyed
Ahora estoy cabreado Qué cabreado estoy.I'm annoyed now.
Estaba un poco cabreado.I was a bit annoyed.
Parece cabreado.He looks annoyed.
¿Por qué no estás cabreado? Ya sabes, es guay.Why aren't you annoyed?
Me estas cabreando.You are annoying.
¿Sigues cabreando a los clientes fardando de tu genio?Still annoying customers by bragging about your genius baby?

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