Top 276 - 300 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 276 - 300 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 12 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 276-300 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to achieveverb

to finally get the desired goal after dealing with many difficulties

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to clean
to cleanverb

to remove dirt, stains, or any unwanted substance from something by rubbing or washing

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to feed
to feedverb

to give food to a person or an animal

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to injure
to injureverb

to get hurt, especially in an accident; to cause physical harm to someone

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to steal
to stealverb

to take something from someone or somewhere without permission or paying for it

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to record
to recordverb

to store information, music, etc. in a way that can be used in the future

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to beg
to begverb

to ask humbly for something, especially when one needs or desires that thing a lot

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to fire
to fireverb

to shoot a bullet, shell, etc. from a weapon

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to inspire
to inspireverb

to give someone the needed confidence, passion, or encouragement in order for them to do something well

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to thank
to thankverb

to say thanks to someone for what they have done

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to combineverb

to mix in order to make a single unit

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to search
to searchverb

to carefully try to find a person or thing

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to blow
to blowverb

to send out air from our mouth

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to apologize
to apologizeverb

to tell a person that one is sorry for having done something wrong

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to promiseverb

to tell someone that something will certainly happen or that we will certainly do something

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to collect
to collectverb

to gather or bring together things from different places or people

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to publishverb

to issue or produce a newspaper, book, etc.

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to lay
to layverb

to carefully put something or someone down

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to arrive
to arriveverb

to get somewhere, usually at the end of a journey

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to scream
to screamverb

to give a long loud shout when we are feeling a strong emotion

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to surround
to surroundverb

to be around something on all sides

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to decreaseverb

to become less in amount, size, or degree

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to earn
to earnverb

to get money for the job that we do or services that we provide

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to marry
to marryverb

to become someone's husband or wife

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to forgiveverb

to stop blaming someone or being angry with them for something they have done; or not punish someone for an offense, flaw, etc.

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