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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary - Top 326 - 350 Verbs

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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary
to gather
[verb]
to come together in a place
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to prefer
[verb]
to want or choose one person or thing instead of another because of liking them more
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to attach
[verb]
to connect or fasten something to another thing
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to challenge
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to invite someone to compete or strongly suggest they should do something, often to test their abilities or encourage action
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to match
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to be the same as or similar to something else
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to lift
[verb]
to move a thing from a lower position or level to a higher one
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to escape
[verb]
to get away from captivity
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to kiss
[verb]
to touch someone else's lips or other body parts with one's lips to show love, sexual desire, or respect
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to attempt
[verb]
to try to complete or do something difficult
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to chew
[verb]
to bite and crush food into smaller pieces with the teeth to make it easier to swallow
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to obtain
[verb]
to get something, often with difficulty
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to upgrade
[verb]
to improve a machine, computer system, etc. in terms of efficiency, standards, etc.
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to cheer
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to encourage or show support or praise for someone by shouting
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to communicate
[verb]
to exchange information, news, ideas, etc. with someone
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to complete
[verb]
to bring something to an end by making it whole
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to admit
[verb]
to agree with the truth of something, particularly reluctantly
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to ride
[verb]
to sit on and control the movement of an animal, especially a horse
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to separate
[verb]
to divide or disconnect something from a larger whole
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to flip
[verb]
to turn over quickly with a sudden move
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to land
[verb]
to arrive and rest on the ground or another surface after being in the air
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to kick
[verb]
to hit something or someone with the foot
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to film
[verb]
to capture or record moving images, typically using a camera or video recording device
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to observe
[verb]
to carefully watch something in order to discover facts
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to wash
[verb]
to clean someone or something with water, often also with a type of soap
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to disappear
[verb]
to no longer be able to be seen
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to ride
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to sit on open-spaced vehicles like motorcycles or bicycles and be in control of their movements
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