Top 226 - 250 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 226 - 250 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 10 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 226-250 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to solveverb

to find an answer or solution to a question or problem

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to destroy
to destroyverb

to cause damage to something in a way that it no longer exists, works, etc.

2
to respond
to respondverb

to answer a question in spoken or written form

3
to discuss
to discussverb

to talk or have a discussion about something with someone

4
to attack
to attackverb

to act violently against someone or something in an attempt to harm them

5
to sing
to singverb

to use our voice in order to produce musical sounds in the form of a tune or song

6
to own
to ownverb

to have something as for ourselves

7
to replace
to replaceverb

to fill the role or take the place of someone or something

8
to beat
to beatverb

to hit somebody or something hard several times

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to costverb

to require a particular amount of money

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to identify
to identifyverb

to be able to say who or what someone or something is

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to jump
to jumpverb

to push yourself off the ground or away from something and up into the air by using your legs and feet

12
to select
to selectverb

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

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to headverb

to move toward a particular direction

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to smellverb

to emit a particular odor or scent

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to stickverb

to fix an object to another, or to become fixed to something, usually with glue or another similar substance

16
to argue
to argueverb

to speak to someone often angrily because one disagrees with them

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to lastverb

to continue or go on for a particular amount of time

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to stepverb

to move to a new position by raising one's foot and then putting it down in a different spot

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to practice
to practiceverb

to do or play something many times to become good at it

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to fit
to fitverb

to be of the right size or shape for someone

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to adjustverb

to slightly alter or move something in order to improve it or make it work better

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to sufferverb

to experience and be affected by something bad or unpleasant

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to cry
to cryverb

to have tears coming from your eyes as a result of a strong emotion such as sadness, pain, or sorrow

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to count
to countverb

to determine the number of people or objects in a group

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