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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary - Top 376 - 400 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 16 of the list of the most common verbs in English such as "shape", "flow", and "rest".

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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary
to promote
[verb]
to move to a higher position or rank
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to deserve
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to do a particular thing or have the qualities needed for being punished or rewarded
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to oppose
[verb]
to strongly disagree with a policy, plan, idea, etc. and try to put an end to it
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to shape
[verb]
to give something a particular form
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to relax
[verb]
to feel less worried or stressed
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to emerge
[verb]
to become visible after coming out of somewhere
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to flow
[verb]
to move smoothly and continuously in one direction, especially in a current or stream
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to rest
[verb]
to stop working, moving, or doing an activity for a period of time and sit or lie down to relax
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to shout
[verb]
to speak loudly, often associated with expressing anger or when you cannot hear what the other person is saying
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to defend
[verb]
to not let any harm come to someone or something
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to engage
[verb]
to take part in an activity
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to yell
[verb]
to shout very loudly
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to knock
[verb]
to hit a door, surface, etc. in a way to attract attention, especially expecting it to be opened
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to predict
[verb]
to say that something is going to happen before it actually takes place
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to mind
[verb]
(often used in negative or question form) to be upset, offended, or bothered by something
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to heal
[verb]
to become healthy again
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to extend
[verb]
to enlarge or lengthen something
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to track
[verb]
to follow someone or something by examining the marks they leave behind in order to catch them or know what they are doing
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to indicate
[verb]
to express that there are signs or clues that suggest a particular idea or conclusion
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to mark
[verb]
to leave a sign, line, etc. on something
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to split
[verb]
to be divided into smaller groups or parts
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to wrap
[verb]
to cover an object in paper, soft fabric, etc.
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to interact
[verb]
to communicate with others, particularly while spending time with them
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to state
[verb]
to clearly and formally express something in speech or writing
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to waste
[verb]
to use something without care or more than needed
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