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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary - Top 201 - 225 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 9 of the list of the most common verbs in English such as "wish", "hide", and "hate".

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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary
to vomit
[verb]
to eject what has been eaten or drunk through the mouth
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to wish
[verb]
to desire something to occur or to be true even though it is improbable or not possible
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to prove
[verb]
to show that something is true through the use of evidence or facts
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to assume
[verb]
to think that something is true without having proof or evidence
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to contain
[verb]
to have or hold something within or include something as a part of a larger entity or space
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to rise
[verb]
to move from a lower to a higher position
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to prevent
[verb]
to not let someone to do something
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to survive
[verb]
to stay alive or continue to exist, particularly after an unpleasant event
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to hide
[verb]
to keep something away from view, preventing it from being seen
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to vote
[verb]
to show which candidate one wants to win in an election or which plan one supports, by marking a piece of paper, raising one's hand, etc.
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to recommend
[verb]
to suggest to someone that something is good, convenient, etc.
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to hate
[verb]
to really not like something or someone
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to sleep
[verb]
to rest our mind and body, with our eyes closed
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to report
[verb]
to cover or give the details of an event in written or spoken form as a journalist on TV, etc.
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to prepare
[verb]
to make a person or thing ready for doing something
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to spread
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to affect more people or a wider area
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to trust
[verb]
to believe that someone is sincere, reliable, or competent
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to force
[verb]
to make someone behave a certain way or do a particular action, even if they do not want to
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to plan
[verb]
to decide on the details of a future activity or event
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to visit
[verb]
to go somewhere because we want to spend time with someone
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to introduce
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to tell someone our name so they can know us, or to tell them someone else's name so they can know each other, normally happening in the first meeting
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to calm
[verb]
to make someone become relaxed and quiet
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to accept
[verb]
to say yes to what is asked of you or offered to you
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to claim
[verb]
to say that something is the case without providing proof for it
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to appreciate
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to be thankful for something
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