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Mr. Jay Verbs List 1-9

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v. to happen from a cause; n. that which follows or is produced by a cause; effect
result
v. to separate into two or more parts; to divide or break into parts
split
v. to reject; to not accept, give or do something
refuse
v. to oppose strongly by argument; n. an angry debate
dispute
v. to think; to feel sure of; to accept as true; to trust
believe
v. to cut or push into or through with a pointed weapon
stab
v. to make secret plans; n. a secret plan to do something wrong or illegal
plot
v. to move through water by making motions with the arms and legs
swim
v. to try to hear
listen
v. to tie together; to connect
attach
v. to aim a light; to give bright light; to be bright; to clean to make bright
shine
v. to cause to go through the air by a movement of the arm
throw
v. to trade; to give or receive one thing for another
exchange
v. to permit someone to use a thing temporarily; to make a loan of money
lend
v. to make good or right again
fix
v. to say good things about; to approve
praise
v. to make an effort; to take court action against a person to decide if he or she is guilty or innocent of a crime
try
v. to go to or come to a place for a short time for friendly or business reasons
visit
v. to join together
unite
v. to suffer or die from a lack of food
starve
v. to lead to; to show the way; n. one who shows the way
guide
v. to be present at
attend
v. to have strong emotions against; to consider as an enemy; opposite love
hate
v. to cause a gun or other weapon to send out an object designed to kill; to use a gun
shoot
v. to question; to say something is wanted ("We ask the teacher questions every day.")
ask
v. to get again something that was lost, stolen or taken away ("The police recovered the stolen money."); to return to normal health or normal conditions ("She is expected to recover from the operation.")
recover
v. to pardon; to excuse; to remove guilt
forgive
v. to divide or injure with a sharp tool; to make less; to reduce
cut
v. to work as an official; to be employed by the government; to assist or help
serve
v. to find or learn something
discover
v. to give money for work done or for something bought
pay
v. to come or cause to come to a stop; to stop
halt
v. to know or sense through the eyes; to understand or know
see
v. to move through the air with wings, like a bird or airplane; to travel in an airplane or flying vehicle
fly
v. to make something be seen; to make known; n. a play or story presented in a theater, or broadcast on radio or television, for enjoyment or education; something organized to be seen by the public
show
v. to refuse to take part in or deal with
boycott

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