Top 126 - 150 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 126 - 150 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 6 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 126-150 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to pass
to passverb

to approach a specific place, object, or person and move past them

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to reachverb

to come to a certain level or state, or a specific point in time

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to appear
to appearverb

to become visible and noticeable

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to produce
to produceverb

to make something using raw materials or different components

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to existverb

to have real being; to be found in a particular place or time

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to protectverb

to prevent someone or something from being damaged or harmed

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to raise
to raiseverb

to put something in a higher place or lift it to a higher position

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to drop
to dropverb

to let or make something fall to the ground

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to involveverb

to contain or include something as a necessary part

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to serve
to serveverb

to give someone food or drink

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to offerverb

to present or propose something to someone

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to draw
to drawverb

to make a picture of something using a pencil, pen, etc. without painting it

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to roll
to rollverb

to move in a direction by turning over and over or from one side to another repeatedly

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to require
to requireverb

to need something

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to careverb

to consider something or someone important and to have a feeling of worry or concern toward them

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to fly
to flyverb

to move or travel through the air

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to pick
to pickverb

to choose someone or something out of a group of people or things

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to connect
to connectverb

to join two or more things together; to be joined together

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to catch
to catchverb

to stop and hold an object that is moving through the air by hands

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to releaseverb

to let someone leave a place in which they have been confined or stuck

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to fall
to fallverb

to move from a higher level to a lower one, usually quickly and without control; to move or drop down from a higher position to a lower position

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to receive
to receiveverb

to be given something or to accept something that is sent

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to describeverb

to say what something or someone is like; to give a detailed account of something or someone

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to shoot
to shootverb

to release a bullet or arrow from a gun or bow

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to answer
to answerverb

to say, write or do something as a reaction or reply to a question or situation

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