Top 351 - 375 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 351 - 375 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 15 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 351-375 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to drag
to dragverb

to pull something by hands forcefully

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to exposeverb

to put someone or something in a position in which they are vulnerable or are at risk

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to consumeverb

to use a supply of energy, fuel, etc., especially in large quantities or completely

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to paint
to paintverb

to cover a surface or object with a colored liquid, usually for decoration

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to dig
to digverb

to remove earth or make a hole in the ground using the hands, machines, tools, etc.

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to locate
to locateverb

to discover or find the exact position or place of something or someone

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to storeverb

to keep something somewhere for later use

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to limitverb

to not let something increase in amount or number

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to pour
to pourverb

to make a container's liquid flow out of it

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to pronounceverb

to say the sound of a letter or word correctly or in a specific way

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to belongverb

to be one's property

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to refuseverb

to say, indicate, or show that one is not inclined to do something that someone has asked

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to hangverb

to put something in a position that makes the bottom part of it suspended

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to pray
to prayverb

to speak to a god or saint to ask for help or express thanks

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to blockverb

to stop the flow or movement of something through somewhere

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to convinceverb

to persuade someone into doing something

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to ignoreverb

to intentionally pay no or little attention to something

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to updateverb

to make something more up-to-date by adding recent technology to it

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to evolveverb

to develop from a simple to a more complicated form over a long period of time

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to spinverb

to turn or make someone or something turn around over and over very fast

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to melt
to meltverb

to turn or cause something to turn from a solid phase into a liquid phase

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to dream
to dreamverb

to experience something in our mind while we are asleep

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to organize
to organizeverb

to make the necessary arrangements for an event or activity to take place

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to attractverb

(of a person, thing, or place) to draw someone or something toward them by the features or qualities they possess

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to confirmverb

to show or say that something is the case, particularly by providing proof

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