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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary - Top 451 - 475 Verbs

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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary
to participate
[verb]
to join in an event, activity, etc.
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to date
[verb]
to go out with someone that you are having a romantic relationship with or may soon start to have one
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to stretch
[verb]
to make something longer, looser, or wider, especially by pulling it
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to estimate
[verb]
to guess the value, number, quantity, size, etc. of something without exact calculation
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to transfer
[verb]
to make a person or thing move from a place, situation, or person to another
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to benefit
[verb]
to gain something good from something or someone
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to defeat
[verb]
to win against someone in a war, game, contest, etc.
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to doubt
[verb]
to not believe or trust in something's truth or accuracy
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to type
[verb]
to write using a physical or digital keyboard
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to pretend
[verb]
to act in a specific way in order to make others believe that something is the case when actually it is not so
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to adopt
[verb]
to take someone's child into one's family and become their legal parent
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to clear
[verb]
to remove unwanted or unnecessary things from something or somewhere
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to dress
[verb]
to put clothes on oneself
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to dry
[verb]
to take out the liquid from something in a way that it is not wet anymore
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to pursue
[verb]
to follow or chase someone or something, particularly to catch them
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to activate
[verb]
to make something such as a process, piece of equipment, etc. start working
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to investigate
[verb]
to try to find the truth about a crime, accident, etc. by carefully examining its facts
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to freeze
[verb]
to become hard or turn to ice because of reaching or going below 0° Celsius
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to elect
[verb]
to choose a person for a specific job, particularly a political one, by voting
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to crush
[verb]
to forcibly push something against a surface until it breaks or is damaged or disfigured
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to respect
[verb]
to admire someone because of their achievements, qualities, etc.
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to smoke
[verb]
to breathe in and out the smoke of a cigarette, pipe, etc.
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to detect
[verb]
to notice or discover something that is difficult to find
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to warn
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to tell someone in advance about a possible danger, problem, or unfavorable situation
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to question
[verb]
to have or express uncertainty about something
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