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ponerse

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Verb

ponerse (first-person singular present me pongo, first-person singular preterite me puse, past participle puesto)

  1. Reflexive form of poner. (to put on, as in clothing.)
  2. to become (used with adjective)
    Se puso muy enfermo después de comerse la comida descompuesta. – He got very sick after eating the rotten food.
  3. to set (sun)
    ¿A qué hora se pone el sol? – What time does the sun set?
  4. to begin doing something
    Se puso a decirnos de las cosas que había visto. – He began telling us about the things he had seen.

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