Top 426 - 450 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 426 - 450 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 18 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 426-450 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to crackverb

to break on the surface without falling into separate pieces

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to trade
to tradeverb

to buy and sell or to exchange items of value

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to enableverb

to give someone or something the means or ability to do something

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to recover
to recoververb

to regain complete health after a period of sickness or injury

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to absorb
to absorbverb

to take in energy, liquid, etc.

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to cancel
to cancelverb

to decide or tell that something arranged before will now not happen

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to threatenverb

to say that one is willing to damage something or hurt someone if one's demands are not met

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to judgeverb

to form a decision or opinion based on what one knows

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to denyverb

to declare that something is not true

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to coolverb

to become less hot and slightly colder

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to bakeverb

to cook food, usually in an oven, without extra fat or liquid

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to ruleverb

to control and be in charge of a country

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to translate
to translateverb

to change words into another language

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to influenceverb

to have an effect on someone or something

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to smile
to smileverb

to make our mouth curve upwards, to be friendly or to express happiness or amusement

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to float
to floatverb

to be in motion on a body of water or current of air at a slow pace

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to edit
to editverb

to choose and arrange the parts that are crucial to the story of a movie, show, etc. and cut out unnecessary ones

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to succeedverb

to reach or achieve what one desired or tried for

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to pack
to packverb

to put clothes and other things needed for travel into a bag, suitcase, etc.

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to reviewverb

to reconsider something, especially in order to make a decision about it or make modifications to it

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to conductverb

to direct or participate in the management of something

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to blame
to blameverb

to say or feel that someone or something is at fault

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to arrest
to arrestverb

(of law enforcement agencies) to take a person away on the assumption that they have done something illegal

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to doubleverb

to experience or make something experience a twofold increase

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to dance
to danceverb

to move the body to music in a special way

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