Top 451 - 475 Verbs

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500 Most Common English Verbs - Top 451 - 475 Verbs

Here you are provided with the part 19 of the list of the most common verbs in English including 451-475 verbs.

500 Most Common English Verbs
to participate
to participateverb

to become involved or take part in an event

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to date
to dateverb

to go out with someone that you are having a romantic relationship with or may soon start to have one; to be in a romantic relationship with someone

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to stretchverb

to make something longer, looser, or wider, especially by pulling it

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to estimateverb

to guess the value, number, quantity, size, etc. of something without exact calculation

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to transfer
to transferverb

to make a person or thing move from a place, situation, or person to another

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to benefitverb

to get a profit or advantage from something

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to defeat
to defeatverb

to win against someone in a war, game, contest, etc.

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to doubtverb

to not feel certain about something; to think that something is not the case

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to type
to typeverb

to write using a physical or digital keyboard

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to pretend
to pretendverb

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 adoptverb

to take someone's child into one's family and become their legal parent

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to clearverb

to remove unwanted or unnecessary things from something or somewhere

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to dress
to dressverb

to put clothes on oneself

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to dry
to dryverb

to take out the liquid from something in a way that it is not wet anymore

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to pursue
to pursueverb

to follow or chase someone or something, particularly to catch them

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to activateverb

to make something such as a process, piece of equipment, etc. start working

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to investigate
to investigateverb

to try to find the truth about a crime, accident, etc. by carefully examining its facts

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to freeze
to freezeverb

to become hard or turn to ice because of reaching or going below 0° Celsius

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to elect
to electverb

to choose a person for a specific job, particularly a political one, by voting

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to crushverb

to forcibly push something against a surface until it breaks or is damaged or disfigured

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to smoke
to smokeverb

to breathe in and out the smoke of a cigarette, pipe, etc.

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to respectverb

to admire someone or something because of their achievements, qualities, etc.

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to detectverb

to notice or discover something that is difficult to find

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to warnverb

to tell someone that something unpleasant or bad may happen

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to questionverb

to have or express uncertainty about something

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