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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary - Top 476 - 500 Verbs

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Most Common Verbs in English Vocabulary
to overcome
[verb]
to succeed in solving, controlling, or dealing with something difficult
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to bother
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to cause someone to feel worried, upset, or irritated
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to hunt
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to pursue wild animals in order to kill or catch them, for sport or food
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to complain
[verb]
to express one's annoyance, unhappiness, or dissatisfaction about something
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to explode
[verb]
to break apart violently and noisily in a way that causes destruction
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to swim
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to move through water by moving parts of the body, especially the limbs
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to collapse
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(of a construction) to fall down suddenly, particularly due to being damaged or weak
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to honor
[verb]
to show a lot of respect for someone or something
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to fry
[verb]
to cook in hot oil or fat
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to exercise
[verb]
to do physical activities or sports to stay healthy and become stronger
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to infect
[verb]
to transmit a disease to a person, animal, or plant
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to delete
[verb]
to remove a piece of data from a computer or smartphone
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to negotiate
[verb]
to discuss the terms of an agreement or try to reach one
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to attend
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to be present at a meeting, event, conference, etc.
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to weigh
[verb]
to have a specific weight
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to convert
[verb]
to change the form, purpose, character, etc. of something
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to impact
[verb]
to have an influence on something or someone
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to shut
[verb]
to close something
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to damage
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to physically harm someone or something
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to eliminate
[verb]
to fully remove or get rid of something
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to accompany
[verb]
to go with someone somewhere
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to guide
[verb]
to direct or influence someone's motivation or behavior
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to ruin
[verb]
to cause severe damage or harm to something, usually in an irreparable way
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to demand
[verb]
to ask something from someone in an urgent and forceful manner
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to excuse
[verb]
to forgive someone for making a mistake, etc.
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