Top 201 - 225 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 201 - 225 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 9 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 201-225 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to vomit
to vomitverb

to eject what has been eaten or drunk through the mouth

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to wish
to wishverb

to desire something to occur or to be true even though it is improbable or not possible

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to proveverb

to show something is true through the use of evidence or facts

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to assumeverb

to accept the truth of something without any proof

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to containverb

to have or hold something within or include something as a part

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to riseverb

to reach a higher position; to go up

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to prevent
to preventverb

to stop someone from doing something; to not let something happen

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to surviveverb

to stay alive or continue to exist, particularly after an unpleasant event

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to hide
to hideverb

to keep out of sight; to prevent from being seen

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to vote
to voteverb

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
to recommendverb

to suggest to someone that something is good, convenient, or advantageous; to tell that someone is suitable and useful for a particular task or job

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to hate
to hateverb

to feel intense dislike for someone or something; to dislike someone or something very much

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to sleep
to sleepverb

to rest our mind and body, with our eyes closed; to be asleep

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to report
to reportverb

to cover or give the details of an event in written or spoke form as a journalist on TV, etc.

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to prepare
to prepareverb

to make a person or thing ready for doing something

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to spreadverb

to enlarge the area of effect of something and affect more people

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to trust
to trustverb

to believe that someone is sincere, reliable, or competent

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to forceverb

to make someone do something against their will

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to visit
to visitverb

to go to see someone and spend time with them

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to planverb

to decide on how and when we are going to do something in the future

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to introduce
to introduceverb

to make ourselves or someone known by telling our or their name to someone else, especially for the first time

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to calmverb

to become or make someone become relaxed and quiet

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to claimverb

to say that something is the case without providing proof for it

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to acceptverb

to take a thing that was offered to you; to agree to do something that was asked of you by saying yes

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to appreciate
to appreciateverb

to be thankful for something

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