Top 251 - 275 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 251 - 275 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 11 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 251-275 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to investverb

to buy houses, shares, lands, etc. with the hope of gaining a profit

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to occurverb

to come to be or to happen

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to performverb

to do a task, a piece of work, etc.

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to handleverb

to deal with a situation or problem successfully

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to deliver
to deliververb

to bring and give a letter, package, etc. to a specific person or place

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to expandverb

to become or make something greater in quantity, importance, or size

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to reveal
to revealverb

to bring into light some information that was previously unknown or kept in secrecy

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to measure
to measureverb

to find out the exact size or amount of something or someone

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to seek
to seekverb

to try to find something or someone

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to point
to pointverb

to show the place or direction of someone or something by holding out a finger or an object

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to determineverb

to find out and confirm the facts about something through calculation or research

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to repeat
to repeatverb

to say, write or do something again

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to struggleverb

to put a great deal of effort into doing something, although it is extremely hard

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to presentverb

to show, offer, or provide something for others to consider or look at

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to sign
to signverb

to write one's name on something such as a check, letter, etc. for people to recognize it

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to trainverb

to teach a specific skill or a type of behavior to a person or an animal by exercise and instruction over time

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to mailverb

to send a letter or package by post

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to gainverb

to obtain or achieve something that is needed or desired

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to maintainverb

to make something stay in the same state or condition

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to defineverb

to say the meaning of an expression or word, particularly in a dictionary

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to remindverb

to make someone remember something that was probably forgotten

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to mixverb

to combine different substances together to form one substance

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to surprise
to surpriseverb

to make someone feel mildly shocked

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to encourageverb

to provide someone with support, hope, or confidence

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to retire
to retireverb

to leave one's job and stop working, usually on reaching a certain age

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