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LIST OF IRREGULARS VERBS IN ENGLISH

INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE PAST PARTICIPLE

arise awake be bear beat become begin bend bet bid bind bite bleed bless blow break breed bring broadcast build burn burst bust buy cast catch choose cling come cost creep cut

arose awoke, (awaked US ) was / were bore beat became began bent bet, betted bid, bade bound bit bled blessed blew broke bred brought broadcast built burnt, burned burst bust (busted US ) bought cast caught chose clung came cost crept cut

arisen awoken been borne, born (US ) beaten, (beat US ) become begun bent bet, betted bid, bidden bound bitten bled blest blown broken bred brought broadcast built burnt, burned burst bust (busted US ) bought cast caught chosen clung come cost crept cut

dare deal dig dive do draw dream drink drive dwell eat fall feed feel fight find flee fling fly forbid forecast foresse forget forgive forsake freeze get give go grind grow hang have hear hide hit hold

dared, (durst) dealt dug dived, (dove US ) did drew dreamt, dreamed drank drove dwelt, dwelled ate fell fed felt fought found fled flung flew forbade, forbad forecast, forecasted foresaw forgot forgave forsook froze got gave went ground grew hung, hanged had heard hid hit held

dared, (durst) dealt dug dived done drawn dreamt, dreamed drunk driven dwelt, dwelled eaten fallen fed felt fought found fled flung flown forbidden forecast, forecasted foressen forgotten forgiven forsaken frozen got, (gotten US ) given gone ground grown hung, hanged had heard hidden hit held

hurt input keep kneel knit know lay lead lean leap learn leave lend let lie light lip-read lose make mean meet mislead mistake

hurt inputted, input kept knelt, kneeled knit, knitted knew laid led leant, (leaned US ) leapt, leaped learnt, (learned US ) left lent let lay, lied lit, lighted lip-read lost made meant met misled mistook

hurt inputted, input kept knelt, kneeled knit, knitted known laid led leant, leaned leapt, (leaped US ) learnt, (learned US ) left lent let lain, lied lit, lighted lip-read lost made meant met misled mistaken misunderstood mown offset outdone outgrown overcome overdone overhung overheard overridden

misunderstand misunderstood mow offset outdo outgrow overcome overdo overhang overhear override mowed offset outdid outgrew overcame overdid overhung overheard overrrode

overrun oversee oversleep overtake overthrow pay plead prove put quit read rebuild repay rethink rewrite rid ride ring rise run saw say see seek sell send set sew shake shear shed shine shoe shoot

overran oversaw overslept overtook overthrew paid pleaded, (pled US ) proved put quit, quitted read rebuilt repaid rethought rewrote rid rode rang rose ran sawed said saw sought sold sent set sewed shook sheared shed shone shod, shoed shot

overrun overseen overslept overtaken overthrown paid pleaded, (pled US ) proven put quit, quitted read rebuilt repaid rethought rewritten rid ridden rung risen run sawn, (sawed US ) said seen sought sold sent set sewn shaken shorn, sheared shed shone shod, shoed shot

show shrink shut sing sink sit slay sleep slide sling slink slit smell sneak sow speak speed spell spend spill spin spit split spoil spread spring stand steal stick sting stink stride strike string strive swear

showed shrank shut sang sank sat slew, slayed slept slid slung slunk slit smelt, (smelled US ) sneaked, (snuck US ) sowed spoke sped, speeded spelt, (spelled US ) spent spilt, (spilled US ) spun spat, (spit US ) split spoilt, spoiled spread sprang stood stole stuck stung stank strode struck strung strove, strived swore

shown shrunk shut sung sunk, (sunken) sat slain slept slid slung slunk slit smelt, (smelled US ) sneaked, (snuck US ) sown, sowed spoken sped, speeded spelt, (spelled US ) spent spilt, (spilled US ) spun spat, (spit US ) split spoilt, spoiled spread sprung stood stolen stuck stung stunk strode, stridden struck, (stricken US ) strung striven, strived sworn

sweat sweep swell swim swing take teach tear tell think thrive throw thrust tread undergo underlie understand undertake undo unwind uphold

sweat, sweated swept swelled swam swung took taught tore told thought thrived, (throve US ) threw thrust trod, (treated US ) underwent underlay understood undertook undid unwound upheld

sweat, sweated swept swollen, swelled swum swung taken taught torn told thought thrived, (throve US ) thrown thrust trodden, (trod US ) undergone underlain understood undertaken undone unwound upheld

upset wake wear weave weep wet win wind withdraw withhold withstand wreak

upset woke wore wove, weaved wept wet, wetted won wound withdrew withheld withstood wrought, wreaked

upset woken worn woven, weaved wept wet, wetted won wound withdrawn withheld withstood wrought, wreaked

wring write

wrung wrote

wrung written

ENGLISH
MEANING

surgir, levantarse, presentarse despertar(se) ser, estar soportar, llevar, aguantar golpear, vencer, batir convertirse (en), llegar a ser, hacerse, tornarse, volverse comenzar, empezar doblar, flexionar, encorvar apostar ofrecer, pujar atar, encuadernar, unir, vendar morder, picar (de un insecto) sangrar bendecir soplar romper criar (animales) traer, llevar radiar, emitir, retransmitir construir, crear, producir quemar(se), arder reventar, explotar, estallar destrozar, echar abajo, detener comprar arrojar, echar, tirar, lanzar atrapar, coger, agarrar elegir, escoger, seleccionar agarrar(se), aferrarse venir costar arrastrarse, deslizarse sigilosamente cortar, recortar

atreverse dar, repartir, comerciar, tratar cavar, excavar bucear, zambullirse, sumergirse hacer dibujar soar beber conducir habitar, morar comer caer(se), descender, bajar alimentar, dar de comer sentir pelear, luchar encontrar huir, esfumarse, escapar arrojar, lanzar, tirar (con fuerza) volar prohibir predecir, pronosticar prever olvidar perdonar abandonar helar(se), congelar(se) tener, obtener dar ir moler, afilar (un cuchillo) crecer, cultivar colgar, suspender, ahorcar(se) tener oir esconder(se), ocultar(se) golpear, pegar tener, mantener, sostener, coger

herir, doler, lastimar(se), hacer(se) dao contribuir, aportar guardar, conservar, quedarse arrodillarse hacer punto, tejer saber, conocer poner, colocar encabezar, guiar, llevar, dirigir, ir delante, conducir apoyar(se), inclinar, ladearse brincar, saltar aprender dejar, salir prestar dejar, permitir yacer, estar tumbado, echarse encender, iluminar leer los labios perder, extraviar hacer, fabricar, elaborar, preparar significar, querer decir conocer, encontrar, reunirse, quedar engaar equivocar entender mal, malinterpretar cortar (el cesped), segar compensar ser mejor, sobrepasar, superar hacerse demasiado mayor (para hacer algo) vencer, superar exceder(se), exagerar, pasar(se) sobresalir or (de forma no intencionada) (una decisin), anular, rechazar, invalidar, ignorar

invadir (militarmente), llenar(se) de algo desagradable (un lugar), exceder(se) (UK en el tiempo) supervidsar (una actividad) quedarse dormido, no despertarse a tiempo desbancar, superar,adelantar(se) derrocar, derribar pagar rogar, suplicar probar, demostrar poner, meter, colocar, dejar abandonar, dejar de, dimitir leer reconstruir devolver (dinero), reembolsar reconsiderar reescribir, volver a redactar deshacerse de montar, ir, cabalgar llamar por telfono, sonar elevar, subir, levantarse, ascender, aumentar correr serrar decir ver buscar, buscar la verdad vender enviar, mandar fijar, poner, establecer, colocar coser sacudir, temblar, agitar esquilar perder (el pelo o las hojas arbol.) brillar, resplandecer herrar disparar, filmar, chutar (ftbol)

mostrar, ensear encoger(se) cerrar cantar hundir(se) sentar(se) asesinar, matar de forma violenta dormir deslizar, resbalar(se) tirar, arrojar, soltar de cualquier manera escabullirse cortar, rajar oler soplar, chivar, robar a hurtadillas sembrar hablar acelerar, apresurarse deletrear gastar, pasar tiempo derramar, verter hilar escupir partir, dividir(se), romperse (en dos), separar(se) estropear extender, untar, esparcir saltar, pegar un salto, brotar estar de pie robar pegar, engomar, clavar, pinchar picar (insecto) apestar andar a zancadas golpear, pegar encordar, ensartar, engarzar esforzarse, luchar jurar

sudar barrer hinchar(se) nadar columpiar(se), balancear(se) tomar, coger ensear, dar clase romper(se), rasgar(se), arrancar decir, contar pensar, creer prosperar, crecer lanzar, tirar introducir, empujar, meter (con fuerza) pisar sufrir, someter(se) subyacer entender, comprender emprender, abordar desatar(se), deshacer(se), desabrochar(se) relajarse, desenrollar(se) (una dedisin legal) sostener, mantener, confirmar / (una ley) defender, hacer cumplir disgustar(se), molestar, entristecer despertar(se) llevar puesto tejer llorar mojar, humedecer ganar enrollar, envolver retirar(se) ocultar resistir(se) sembrar destruccin, cobrar venganza

retorcer, torcer, escurrir escribir

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