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Base Form Abide Past Simple Abode/Abided Past Participle Abode/Abided/Abidden Abought Alit/Alighted Arisen Awoken Definition To continue To reside\live To make amends for something wrong To get off a bus, train, etc. To originate To get up from horizontal position, out of bed To come into existence To stop sleeping and become conscious
Aby/AbyeAbought Alight Alit/Alighted Arise Awake Arose Awoke
Base Past Simple Form Backbite Backbit Backfit Backfit Past Participle Backbitten Definition
Backlight Backlit Backslide Backslid Be Was/Were
Bear Beat Become Bedight Befall Beget Begin Begird Behight Behold Belay
Bore Beat Became Bedight/Bedighted Befell Begot/Begat Began Begirt/Begirded Behight Beheld Belaid/Belayed
To speak badly about someone To fit new parts into an older machine that Backfit weren't available when the machine was made Backlit To illuminate from behind (photography) To stop making progress and start Backslid/Backslidden regressing To exist, live or occur. Been To have as a quality or a state An auxiliary verb To carry Born/Borne To tolerate To give birth to Beaten To hit repeatedly Become To come into existence Bedight/Bedighted To adorn, decorate To happen Befallen To happen to somebody or something To cause something to happen Begotten To procreate Begun To start something Begirt To encircle To promise or vow Behight/Behoten To order Beheld To become conscious of by seeing To secure a boat with a rope Belaid/Belayed To tie up
Bend Bereave Beseech Beset
Bent Bereft Besought/Beseeched Beset
To curve something by distorting its shape To lose a relative through their death Bereft/Bereaved To deprive To ask someone very insistently to do Besought/Beseeched something Beset To be restricted and occupied by difficulties To be a signal or symbol of something Bespoken To set aside or reserve something To ask for To cover a surface by throwing things about randomly To sit or stand with one leg on either side of something To risk money against the result of a future event To go to a place To think about something To remind yourself To cry for or over someone or something To make an offer of money or services To command or urge someone to do something To wait for To tolerate To withstand To tie something with string, or similar, to hold it To cut or hold with teeth To blow To lose blood through a cut in the skin To mix together To wish or confer happiness To make holy To move air, wind and gases To feed a baby with a bottle To strangle with the string from a bow To cause something to separate into at least two pieces To feed a baby with breast milk
Bestrew Bestride Bet Betake Bethink Beweep Bid Bid Bide Bind Bite Blaw Bleed Blend Bless
Bestrewed Bestrode Bet Betook Bethought Bewept Bid Bade Bided/Bode Bound Bit Blawed Bled Blended/Blent Blessed/Blest
Bestrewed/Bestrewn Bestridden Bet Betaken Bethought Bewept Bid Bidden Bided Bound Bitten Blawn Bled Blended/Blent Blessed/Blest
Blow Blew Blown BottleBottle-fed Bottle-fed feed Bowstring Bowstrung/Bowstringed Bowstrung Break Breastfeed Breed Broke Breast-fed Bred Broken Breast-fed Bred
To produce animals or plants by controlling their reproduction To carry or convey something to the place Brought Brought Bring where you are going Broadcast Broadcast/Broadcasted Broadcast/BroadcastedTo transmit radio or TV signals
like thunder Clear-cut Clear-cut Clear-cut To cut down all trees in an area To separate or divide something. usually by internal pressure. Catch Caught Caught usually with your hands To make something unable to escape To cheer and support a team in an Cheerlead Cheerled Cheerled organised group To tell somebody off when they have Chide Chid Chid/Chidden done something wrong Chose Chosen To select Choose To hit your hands together to make a Clap Clapped/Clapt Clapped/Clapt sound to show approval To make a loud noise. often Cleave Cleft/Cleaved/Clove Cleft/Cleaved/Cloven with force To stick or hold together Cleek Claught/Claucht/CleekedCleeked To grasp or take hold of Cleped Cleped/Ycleped/Yclept To call or name Clepe Cling Clung Clung To hold on to or to stick to To dress someone or provide them with Clad/Clothed Clad/Clothed Clothe clothes To breed an animal to be of a particular Colorbreed Colorbred Colorbred color Colorcast Colorcast Colorcast To broadcast in color To move towards or to arrive at a Come Came Come specified place.Browbeat Browbeat Build Burn Burst Bust Buy Built Burnt/Burned Burst Bust Bought Browbeat/Browbeaten Built Burnt/Burned Burst Bust Bought To put pressure on someone or bully them to do something To construct To consume or be consumed by fire To break something open. time or situation The amount of money required to buy Cost Cost Cost something. such as a balloon with too much air in it To break To acquire something in exchange for money C Base Form Past Simple Cast Cast Definition To throw or project something To receive To stop and hold a moving object. it costs five dollars. Cost-cut Cost-cut To redcuce costs or expenditure Cost-cut CounterdrawCounterdrew Counterdrawn To copy by tracing To light something directly from Counterlight Counterlit Counterlit opposite sides Cowrite Cowrote Cowritten To write with someone Past Participle Cast .
like a mule. which is a crossbreed of a donkey and a horse To move between scenes or stories in a film or narrative To illuminate from different sides. but not directly opposite To boast To utter a sound indicating pleasure To break the surface of something with a knife or similar tool D Base Form Dare Past Simple Dared/Durst Past Participle Dared Definition To have sufficient courage To have dream-like thoughts when a wake Daydream Daydreamt/DaydreamedDaydreamt/Daydreamed To have a fantasy To distribute.Crash-dive Crash-dived/Crash-dove Crash-dived Creep Crept Crept Creep-feed Creep-fed Crib-bite Cross-bite Crib-bit Cross-bit Creep-fed Crib-bitten Cross-bitten Cross-strung Crossbred Crosscut Crosslit Crowed Cut Cross-string Cross-strung Crossbreed Crossbred Crosscut Crosslight Crow Cut Crosscut Crosslit Crowed/Crew Cut To go down very quickly To move along the ground lying down To feed young animals in a special area that adult animals can't get in To bite its manger and swallow air (of a horse) To thwart or stop something happening by deception To place bass strings on a piano across the treble strings To breed animals or plants of different species. especially playing cards in games To freeze or store frozen To suspend progress or activity To make a hole in the ground To dictate orders To spread out To prove that something is false or wrong To jump head first into water To fall quickly To perform or carry out To fight in aeroplanes To arrange a fight between dogs for sport To have the ability to do something To do well To make a picture using a pen or pencil Deal Deepfreeze Dig Dight Dispread Disprove Dive Do Dealt Deep-froze Dug Dight/Dighted Dispread Disproved Dived/Dove Did Dealt Deep-frozen Dug Dight/Dighted Dispread Disproven/Disproved Dived Done Dogfought Dought/Dowed Drawn Dogfight Dogfought Dow Draw Dought/Dowed Drew .
bit by bit To operate and control a car or other vehicle To reside or live somewhere E Base Past Simple Form Ate Eat End-run End-ran Engird Engirt Engrave Engraved Enwind Enwound Past Participle Eaten End-run Engirt Definition To consume solid food To avoid doing something by cheating or deceit To encircle. (fit/fit/fit) To measure someone for size (fit fit/fitted/ fit/fitted) To freeze food very rapidly to preserve taste and nutrients To run away in order to find safety To throw or move something suddenly To use powerful lights to illuminate something outside at night Fit Fit/Fitted Fit/Fitted Flash-freeze Flash-froze Flee Fling Floodlight Fled Flung Floodlit Flash-frozen Fled Flung Floodlit . etc. or sensation To try to hurt or kill someone in combat or war To discover something either by chance or when looking for it To be the correct size. for clothes.Dream Drink Dreamt/Dreamed Drank Dreamt/Dreamed Drunk Drip-fed Drip-feed Drip-fed Drive Dwell Drove Dwelt Driven Dwelt To see visual images while sleeping To consume liquids To feed someone with fluids going into the vein To release information very slowly. encompass To carve letters or a pattern into the surface of Engraved/Engraven something To make into a coil Enwound To wrap around something F Base Form Past Simple Fall Fell Farebeat Fast-cut Feed Feel Fight Find Farebeat Fast-cut Fed Felt Fought Found Past Participle Fallen Farebeaten Fast-cut Fed Felt Fought Found Definition To move downwards or to the ground To avoid paying fares when using public transport To cut quickly from one scene to another in a film To give or supply food To sense by touch To experience an emotion.
etc To drop or fall suddenly Free-fell Free-fallen To fall through the air without opening a Free-fall parachute To make liquids into solids by cold Freeze Froze Frozen temperatures To store food below zero degrees centigrade To injure or damage part of the body Frostbite Frostbit Frostbitten through extreme cold Fly Flew Flown G Base Form Gainsay Past Simple Gainsaid Past Participle Gainsaid Definition To contradict or deny . etc Fraught To hire a ship.To move through the air To travel by aeroplane To contaminate by laying eggs. the way a fly Flyblow Flyblew Flyblown does Forbear Forbore Forborne/Forborn Not to use or talk about something Forbid Forbade/Forbad Forbidden To prohibit To feed someone who refuses or doesn't Force-feed Force-fed Force-fed want to eat Fordo/ForedoFordid Fordone To ruin or destroy Forecast Forecast/Forecasted Forecast/Forecasted To predict the future To have a feeling before something happens Forefeel Forefelt Forefelt To have a premonition To precede something Forewent Foregone Forego To go without something Foreknow Foreknew Foreknown To know something beforehand To go before something Forerun Foreran Forerun To show that something is going to happen Foresee Foresaw Foreseen To predict or see the future To show something or make it known Foreshowed Forshowed/Foreshown beforehand Foreshow To foretell To predict Forespeak Forespoke Forespoken To speak of something beforehand Foretell Foretold Foretold To predict the future Forget Forgot Forgotten To be unable to remember something To pardon or stop being angry with someone Forgave Forgiven Forgive who has offended you Forlese Forlore Forlorn To lose completely To give something up Forsook Forsaken Forsake To abandon Forswear Forswore Forsworn To make a false promise or oath To stock Fraught/Fraughted Fraught/Fraughted To load a ship.
who will put their name as the author To cover something with a thin layer of gold To begin something To secure or encircle something with a belt or bend To offer something as a present To bite or chew To cause worry To travel to a place To dig To carve To fix in the memory To break something into a powder To increase in size H Base Form Past Simple Hagride Hagrode Definition To torment or cause nightmares To break a horse in. catch or receive To write for someone else. to get it used to Halterbreak Halterbroke Halterbroken wearing a halter To make things difficult for someone Hamstring Hamstrung/HamstringedHamstrung/Hamstringed doing something Hand-fed To give food by hand Hand-feed Hand-fed Hand-ridden To control an animal by hand Hand-ride Hand-rode Handsew Handsewed Handsewn/Handsewed To sew by hand To write with a pen or pencil rather than Handwrite Handwrote Handwritten a word processor To suspend from a support Hang Hung/Hanged Hung/Hanged To execute someone by suspending them by the neck To possess Have Had Had To do An auxiliary verb Hear Heard Heard To detect or perceive sound To lift something heavy Heaved/Hove Heaved/Hove Heave To throw something heavy Hew Hewed Hewn To cut things into pieces To conceal or put something where it Hide Hid Hidden cannot be seen To name Hote/Hight Hoten Hight To promise Past Participle Hagridden .Gaslight Geld Get Gaslit/Gaslighted Gelded/Gelt Got Gaslit/Gaslighted Gelded/Gelt Got/Gotten Ghostwritten Gilt/Gilded Gan Girded/Girt Given Gnawed/Gnawn Gone/Been Graven/Graved Ground Grown GhostwriteGhostwrote Gild Gin Gird Give Gnaw Go Grave Grind Grow Gilt/Gilded Gan Girded/Girt Gave Gnawed Went Graved Ground Grew To frighten and confuse someone so much that they think they are going mad To castrate an animal To obtain.
injury or stress To experience pain. etc To secure something in your hand To contain To stay in someone's house to look after it while they are away To train an animal to live in a house To cause pain. injury or stress I Base Form Inbreed Past Simple Inbred Past Participle Inbred Definition To produce babies with health problems by sexual relations between close relatives To inhabit Indwelt Indwelt Indwell To exist as a guiding principle Inhold Inheld Inheld To have as an inherent characteristic To put a different material inside another for Inlay Inlaid Inlaid decoration.Hit Hoise Hoist Hold House-sit Hit Hoised/Hoist Hoist/Hoisted Held House-sat Hit Hoised/Hoist Hoist/Hoisted Held House-sat Housebroken Hurt Housebreak Housebroke Hurt Hurt To command To touch somebody or something with force To hoist or lift To raise or lift using ropes. with a flat surface Input Input/Inputted Input/Inputted To enter data into a computer To put a picture or graphic inside a larger Inset Inset Inset one Interblend Interblended/InterblentInterblended/Interblent To blend things together Interbreed Interbred Interbred To mix species or groups sexually To move between different scenes or stories Intercut Intercut Intercut in a film or narrative Intergraved/IntergravenTo carve or engrave in alternate sections Intergrave Intergraved Interlay Interlaid Interlaid To place among or between things Interset Interset To set among or between things Interset Interweave Interwove Interwoven To join or mix together Interwind Interwound Interwound To wind together or intertwine Inwoven/Inweaved To weave things together Inweave Inwove/Inweaved Inwind Inwound Inwound To wrap or coil around J Base Past Simple Form JerryJerry-built build Past Participle Jerry-built Definition To build something cheaply and badly K .
Base Form Keep Ken Kneel Knit Know Past Simple Kept Kent/Kenned Knelt/Kneeled Knit/Knitted Knew Past Participle Kept Kent/Kenned Knelt/Kneeled Knit/Knitted Known Definition To have possession To make somebody or something stay in a particular place To know To support yourself on your knees To make clothes such as pullovers out of wool To be acquainted with To have correctly in your memory L Base Past Simple Form Lade Laded Past Participle Laden/Laded Definition To load (put goods onto) a ship To win a convincing and easy victory in an Landslide Landslid/Landslided Landslid/Landslided election Laid Laid To put something in a horizontal position Lay To take someone somewhere or guide them Lead Led Led To be in command To place something at an incline for support Lean Leant/Leaned Leant/Leaned against something Leapt/Leaped Leapt/Leaped To jump Leap Learn Learnt/Learned Learnt/Learned To acquire knowledge Leave Left Left To go out of a place Lend Lent Lent To give somebody money that must be returned Lep Lept Lept To leap To allow something to happen Let Let Let To allow someone to do something Lay Lain To get into or be in a horizontal position Lie Light Lit Lit To make something burn Linebred Breed animals from a particular family Linebreed Linebred To work out what someone is saying from the Lip-Read Lip-Read Lip-Read movements of their mouth Not to have something because you do not know Lose Lost Lost where it is M Base Form Make Mean Meet Past Simple Made Meant Met Past Participle Made Meant Met Definition To create or construct something To cause somebody to do something To perform an action To signify To intend To make somebody's acquaintance .
Melt Misbecome Miscast Mischoose Miscut Misdeal Misdo Misfall Misfeed Misgive Mishear Mishit Misknow Mislay Mislead Mislearn Misread Missay Missend Misset Misspeak To be in the same place as somebody To change from solid into a liquid as the Melted Molten/Melted temperature goes up Misbecame Misbecome Not to suit Miscast Miscast To choose the wrong actor for a role Mischose Mischosen To choose wrongly Miscut Miscut To cut something wrongly or badly To distribute playing cards wrongly in a Misdealt Misdealt game Misdid Misdone To harm or injure Misfell Misfallen To happen unluckily To feed incorrectly Misfed Misfed To jam printers. photocpiers. by feeding the paper incorrectly Misgave Misgiven To become suspicious or worried Misheard Misheard To hear something incorrectly Mishit Mishit To hit a ball badly or inaccurately Misknew Misknown To have the wrong idea about something To lose or put something where you cannot Mislaid Mislaid find it To make someone behave wrongly Misled Misled To deceive Mislearnt/Mislearned Mislearnt/Mislearned To learn wrongly Misread Misread To read something incorrectly To say something incorrectly Missaid Missaid To talk badly about someone Missent Missent To send to the wrong place or person Misset Misset To set or place wrongly or incorrectly To say or pronounce something wrongly Misspoke Misspoken To say something that is incorrect or inaccurate To write a word without using the correct Misspelt/Misspelled Misspelt/Misspelled Misspell letters Misspend Misspent Misspent To waste time or money Misswear Misswore Missworn To swear or make an oath falsely Not to understand Mistake Mistook Mistaken To confuse somebody with someone else Mistaught Mistaught To teach wrongly or incorrectly Misteach Mistell Mistold Mistold To tell something wrongly Misthink Misthought Misthought To have mistaken thoughts or ideas Misunderstood Not to understand MisunderstandMisunderstood Miswear Misswore Misworn To wear badly Miswed Miswed/Miswedded Miswed/Miswedded To marry wrongly Miswrote Miswritten To write something incorrectly Miswrite To have a second job or to work illegally Moonlight Moonlit Moonlit without paying tax Mowed Mown To cut grass or cereals Mow . etc.
N Base Past Simple Form Naysay Naysaid Nose-dived/NoseNose-dive dove Past Participle Naysaid Nose-dived/Nosedove Definition To oppose or criticise To dive or plunge nose first (aircraft) O Base Form Past Simple Offset Offset Outbid Outbreed Outdo Outdraw Outdrink Outdrive Outfight Outfly Outgrow Outbid Outbred Outdid Outdrew Outdrank Outdrove Outfought Outflew Outgrew Past Participle Offset Outbid Outbred Outdone Outdrawn Outdrunk Outdriven Outfought Outflown Outgrown Definition To compensate or counterbalance To offer more money than someone in an auction or sale To breed faster than others To do better than someone To pull out To pull a gun faster than an opponent To drink more than someone else. usually alcohol To drive faster or better To fight better than someone To fly faster or further To grow faster than something or someone To become too big or mature for something To spend money for a particular purpose To jump or leap further or higher To put out or produce To ride faster than someone To run or go faster than someone To see further To have greater foresight To sell more than something or someone To be better than someone To shoot faster or better To sing better or louder than someone To sit for longer than someone To sleep for longer than someone To have a better sense of smell To speak better or more than someone To go faster than someone or something To spend more than someone Outlay Outleap Output Outride Outrun Outsee Outsell Outshine Outshoot Outsing Outsit Outsleep Outsmell Outspeak Outspeed Outspend Outlaid Outleapt/Outleaped Output/Outputted Outrode Outran Outsaw Outsold Outshone Outshot Outsang Outsat Outslept Outsmelt/Outsmelled Outspoke Outsped Outspent Outlaid Outleapt/Outleaped Output/Outputted Outridden Outrun Outseen Outsold Outshone Outshot Outsung Outsat Outslept Outsmelt/Outsmelled Outspoken Outsped Outspent .
Outspin Outspring Outstand Outswear Outswim Outtell Outthink Outthrow Outwear Outwind Outwork Outwrite Overbear Overbid Outspun Outsprang Outstood Overblow Overbreed Overbuild Overbuy To finish or die To spring or jump out To be clearly different or better To exceed someone in swearing. clothes. overdevelop To buy too much Overbought Overbought To pay too much To become cloudy Overcast Overcast To sew with overcast stitches (long slanting stitches) To master a problem or difficult situation To become helpless because of excessive emotions or physical difficulties To cut down more trees than permitted To do something to excess To cook something too much To take money out of an account so that a negative balance results To drink too much To drive or work something too hard To eat too much To give too much food To fly over a place Outspun Outsprung Outstood Overcast Overcome Overcame Overcome Overcut Overdo Overdraw Overdrink Overdrive Overeat Overfeed Overfly Overcut Overdid Overdrew Overdrank Overdrove Overate Overfed Overflew Overcut Overdone Overdrawn Overdrunk Overdriven Overeaten Overfed Overflown . Outwore Outworn etc) Outwound Outwound To unloose Outworked/Outwrought Outworked/Outwrought To work harder or better Outwrote Outwritten To be better at writing Overbore Overborne To use force or authority to control To bid more something is worth Overbid Overbid To bid more than you can win in a card game To become subdued Overblew Overblown To blow away To force too much To breed too much so that features Overbred Overbred become excessive Overbuilt Overbuilt To build too much.oaths Outswore Outsworn or bad language To swim faster or further than Outswam Outswum someone To be better or exceed in telling or Outtold Outtold calculating Outthought Outthought To think better ideas than someone Outthrew Outthrown To throw further or more accurately To last longer (of materials.
Overgrow To grow too big or beyond a limit or boundary Overhang Overhung Overhung To be above something To hear something accidently that was Overhear Overheard Overheard not said to you Overlay Overlaid Overlaid To cover something with a layer Overleap Overleapt/Overleaped Overleapt/Overleaped To jump over To continue learning afer having Overlearn Overlearnt/Overlearned Overlearnt/Overlearned reached a basic proficiency To lie on top of Overlie Overlay Overlain To kill by lying on top of Overpass Overpast/Overpassed Overpast/Overpassed To cross. pass over Overpay Overpaid Overpaid To pay too much Override Overrode Overridden To ride through an enemy's country To flood Overrun Overran Overrun To invade and take control To observe people's work to make sure Oversee Oversaw Overseen that it is done properly To sell too much Oversell Oversold Oversold To publicise too much Overset Overset To overpower Overset To sew two edges together with Oversew Oversewed Oversewn/Oversewed stitches overlapping both Overshot To go past a limit Overshoot Overshot Oversleep Overslept Overslept To sleep too late To sow on land that has already be Oversow Oversowed Oversown/Oversowed sown To speak too long or use too many Overspeak Overspoke Overspoken words To spend more than allowed or Overspend Overspent Overspent budgeted To spill over Overspilt/Overspilled Overspilt/Overspilled To have a population that exceeds the Overspill space available Overspun Overspun To make something last too long Overspin Overspread Overspread Overspread To cover something Overspring Oversprang Oversprung To jump over Lose a sale of deal by sticking to a Overstand Overstood Overstood price or conditions unacceptable to the other party To sprinkle or strew something onto Overstrew Overstrewed Overstrewed/Overstrewn another thing To walk across or over Overstride Overstrode Overstridden To walk faster than someone To dominate To stamp a new value or inscription on Overstrike Overstruck Overstruck a old coin Overgrew Overgrown .
erasing the original P Base Form Partake Pay Pen Past Simple Partook Paid Pent/Penned Past Participle Partaken Paid Pent/Penned Pinch-hit Pled/Pleaded Definition To take part in something or a part of something. etc. To shoot at random To criticise at random To teach as part of training To bind before Prefabricate To cut something before selling or assembling it To do something before a certain time of stage To make something before a time or stage To pay for something using it To sell before a certain time To arrange something before it is needed To shrink a fabric before selling it so that it will not become smaller when washed To split or divide before a certain time To cut or reduce prices To read something checking carefully for mistakes To demonstrate that something is true Pinch-hit Pinch-hit Plead Potshot Practiceteach Prebind Prebuild Precut Predo Premake Prepay Presell Preset Pled/Pleaded Potshot/Potshotted Potshot Practice-taught Prebound Prebuilt Precut Predid Premade Prepaid Presold Preset Practice-taught Prebound Prebuilt Precut Predone Premade Prepaid Presold Preset Preshrunk Presplit Price-cut Proofread Proven/Proved Preshrink Preshrank Presplit Presplit Price-cut Price-cut Proofread Proofread Proved Prove . usually food To give somebody money in exchange for things or services To shut up or enclose in a cage. or wear it out To wind a clock or something too much so it strains the spring To deduct too much tax from a payment or salary To record data on top of existing data. especially when a hit is needed To tell a court that you are guilty or innocent To ask for special treatment by authorities.Overstring Overtake Overthink Overthrow Overwear Overwind Overstrung Overtook Overthought Overthrew Overwore Overwound Overstrung Overtaken Overthought Overthrown Overworn Overwound Overwithheld Overwritten Overwithhold Overwithheld Overwrite Overwrote To tie a string too tightly To string piano bass strings across treble strings To pass a vehicle that is going more slowly To think or plan too much To remove someone forcibly from government or power To wear something too much or often. etc To bat instead of a player in baseball.
plane or vehicle Refit To fit something again To grind again Reground To smooth worn engine parts Regrown To grow again Rehung To hang again or in a different position Reheard To hear something again To knit again Reknit/Reknitted To join back together Relaid To operate a system where things are replaced Definition To be very affected by strong emotion To prove again To look at written words and understand them To deprive Rebroadcast Rebroadcast Rebuild Recast Recut Redd Redeal Redo Redraw Reeve Refit Regrind Regrow Rehang Rehear Reknit Relay Rebuilt Recast Recut Redd/Redded Redealt Redid Redrew Rove/Reeved Refit Reground Regrew Rehung Reheard Reknit/Reknitted Relaid . frontiers. etc To gather together Rove/Reeved To thread something through a hole To repair a ship.Put Put Put To place something in a specific position Q Base Past Simple Form QuickQuick-froze freeze Quit Quit Past Participle Quick-frozen Quit Definition To freeze something rapidly To stop doing something To resign from a job R Base Form Past Simple Rap Rapped/Rapt Re-prove Read Reave Reawake Rebid Rebind Re-proved Read Reft/Reaved Reawoke Rebid Rebound Past Participle Rapped/Rapt Re-proven/Reproved Read Reft/Reaved To take by force Reawoken/ReawakenTo wake up again Rebid To bid again Rebound To cover a book again To transmit something on televison or the radio Rebroadcast again Rebuilt To build something again Recast To replace an actor or actress Recut To cut again or differently Redd/Redded To save or rescue Redealt To deal playing cards again Redone To do something again To draw again Redrawn To change boundaries.
bike or motorbike To telephone To make sounds with a bell To move upwards To break apart ot split To make a rough version of something To prepare a rough form of something To move quickly. such as a new version of a film To tear or rip To pay somebody money owed To read again To show a film again To sell something again To send something again To put something back to the original way it was organised To sew again To shoot a film scene again To take an exam or test again To sow again To spell again To fit new strings on a musical instrument or a bow Take again. usually of injuries To tell something again To think again To tread again To cut new tread in a tyre To fit new parts into an older machine that weren't available when the machine was made To wake again To wear again To weave again To marry again To wet again To win again To put a cassette or video back to the beginning To write something again. usually with improvements To dispose of To travel by horse. especially exams and tests To teach again To tear again. so that both legs leave the ground .Relearn Relight Remake Rend Repay Reread Rerun Resell Resend Reset Resew Reshoot Resit Resow Respell Restring Retake Reteach Retear Retell Rethink Retread Retrofit Rewake Rewear Reweave Rewed Rewet Rewin Rewind Rewrite Rid Ride Ring Rise Rive Rough-hew Roughcast Run Relearnt/Relearned Relearnt/Relearned Relit/Relighted Relit/Relighted Remade Rent Repaid Reread Reran Resold Resent Reset Resewed Reshot Resat Resowed Respelled/Respelt Restrung Retook Retaught Retore Retold Rethought Retrod Remade Rent Repaid Reread Rerun Resold Resent Reset Resewn/Resewed Reshot Resat Resown/Resowed Respelled/Respelt Restrung Retaken Retaught Retorn Retold Rethought Retrodden Retrofit/Retrofitted Retrofit/Retrofitted Rewoke/Rewaked Rewore Rewove/Reweaved Rewed/Rewedded Rewet/Rewetted Rewon Rewound Rewrote Rid/Ridded Rode Rang Rose Rived Rough-hewed Roughcast Ran Rewoken/Rewaked Reworn Rewoven/Reweaved Rewed/Rewedded Rewet/Rewetted Rewon Rewound Rewritten Rid/Ridded Ridden Rung Risen Riven/Rived Rough-hewn Roughcast Run as they become used or tired To learn again To light or start something burning again To make something again.
especially wool from sheep To fall off or let something fall off. message. a religious term To close something To move like the sidewinder snake To read music To visit famous monuments. etc To make music with your voice To move downwards in water To make something move downwards in water Sand-cast Sand-cast Saw Say See Seek Self-feed Sawed Said Saw Sought Self-fed Self-sow Self-sowed Sell Send Set Sew Shake Shave Shear Shed Shend Shew Shine Shit Shoe Shoot Sold Sent Set Sewed Shook Shaved Shore/Sheared Shed Shent Shewed Shone Shat/Shit Shod Shot Shortcut Shortcut Show Shrink Shrive Showed Shrank Shrove Shut Shut Sidewind Sidewound Sight-read Sight-read Sightsee Sightsaw Sang Sing Sink Sank . To cut wood.S Base Form Past Simple Past Participle Sand-cast Sawn/Sawed Said Seen Sought Self-fed Self-sown/Selfsowed Sold Sent Set Sewn/Sewed Shaken Shaven/Shaved Shorn/Sheared Shed Shent Shewn/Shewed Shone Shat/Shit Shod Shot Shortcut Shown Shrunk Shriven Shut Sidewound Sight-read Sightseen Sung Sunk Definition To make a cast by pouring metal into a mold made of sand. snakes shed their skin To shame or disgrace Show To give off or reflect bright light To get rid of solid body waste To provide with shoes. with a tool To speak words To notice with your eyes To try to find something To feed itself without assistance To sow itself without assistance To receive money in exchange for goods To cause something to be taken to a specific destination. especially horses To fire a bullet from a gun To kill or hurt somebody with a gun To use a shorter or quicker way of going somehere or doing something To allow somebody to see something so that they can become aware of it To become smaller To make something smaller To confess or listen to a confession. To place something somewhere To fix something in a particular position To join pieces of material together using thread To vibrate To make something vibrate To remove body hair To cut with scissors. especially letters. etc. etc.
liquid or food from the mouth To divide Split Split Split To break open To let something go bad Spoil Spoilt/Spoiled Spoilt/Spoiled To go bad To give someone information in small and very Spoonfed Spoonfeed Spoonfed easy bits To cover the surface of one thing with something Spread Spread Spread else. like butter on bread To jump Spring Sprang Sprung To become active Stall-fed To feed or fatten an animal in a stall Stall-feed Stall-fed To be in a vertical position with the weight on the Stand Stood Stood feet To get into this position Stave Stove/Staved/Stoved Stove/Staved/StovedTo break a hole in something .Sit Skywrite Slay Sleep Slide Sling Slink Slit Smell Sat Skywrote Slew Slept Slid Slung Slunk Slit Smelt/Smelled Sat Skywritten Slain Slept Slid/Slidden Slung Slunk Slit Smelt/Smelled Smitten Snapshot Sneaked/Snuck Soothsaid Sown Spoken Sped/Speeded Spelt/Spelled Spellbound Spent Smite Smote Snapshoot Snapshot Sneaked/Snuck Sneak Soothsay Soothsaid Sow Speak Speed Spell Sowed Spoke Sped/Speeded Spelt/Spelled Spellbind Spellbound Spend Spent To support your body with your buttocks not your feet. with the back in a vertical position as on a chair To write in the sky with smoke To kill To be in a relaxed state with your eyes closed To move on a smooth surface. such as ice To throw something somewhere To move in a suspicious and guilty way To make a long thin cut in something To detect odours with your nose To emit odours To hit Take a quick photograph To move around guiltily or to avoid being noticed To predict the future To plant seeds in the ground to produce plants or cereals To say words with your mouth To be able to use a language To move quickly To drive faster than legally permitted To use the correct combination of letters for a word To put into a trance or captivate To use money to buy things To use time or energy doing something To allow liquids out of their containers Spilt/Spilled Spilt/Spilled Spill accidentally To turn repeatedly in circles around a fixed point Span/Spun Spun Spin To make something turn repeatedly in circles Spit Spat/Spit Spat/Spit To eject saliva.
etc. in baseball Steal Stole Stolen T Base Form Take Teach Past Simple Took Taught Taken Taught Team-taught Torn Telecast/Telecasted Told Test-driven Test-flown Thought Past Participle Definition To perform an action To acquire To instruct or train somebody To teach with more than one teacher for the class or group To make a hole or divide material. paper. toil or labour To bat right-handed against a left-handed bowler.To take property or money that is not yours To attach things with glue Stick Stuck Stuck To insert a sharp object into something To feel pain caused by an insect or plant or in a Stung Stung Sting particular part of the body Stink Stank Stunk To smell very badly Straphang Straphung Straphung To hold a strap for support Strew Strewed Strewn/Strewed To distribute things randomly over a surface Stride Strode/Strided Stridden To walk confidently To stop working as a protest about working Strike Struck Struck/Stricken conditions To hit Strung Strung To attach something using a cord String To undress Strip Stript/Stripped Stript/Stripped To remove the covering of something Strove Striven To try very hard to do something Strive Sublet Sublet Sublet To rent something you have rented Sunburn Sunburned/Sunburnt Sunburned/Sunburnt To get red skin from being in the sun for too long To use words which are regarded as offensive Swore Sworn Swear To promise Sweat Sweat/Sweated Sweat/Sweated To perspire Sweep Swept/Sweeped Swept/Sweeped To clean floors using a brush To increase in size usually by filling with liquids Swelled Swollen Swell or gases Swim Swam Swum To travel in water by moving your arms and legs Swing Swung Swung To move from side to side from a fixed point Swink Swank/Swonk Swonken To work. Switch-hit Switch-hit Switch-hit or vice versa. To broadcast on TV To give somebody information To drive a car to test it before buying To test a plane To have an opinion To use the brain Team-teach Team-taught Tear Telecast Tell Test-drive Test-fly Think Tore Telecast/Telecasted Told Test-drove Test-flew Thought .
meaning or idea Underlain behind something. usually hidden or not Underlie Underlay clear To pay someone too little or pay less Underpay Underpaid Underpaid than the price Base Form Past Simple Unbear Unbore Past Participle Unborn/Unborne . dig.Thrive Throw Thrust Throve/Thrived Threw Thrust Thriven/Thrived Thunderstrike Thunderstruck Tine Toss Tread Troubleshoot Typecast Typeset Typewrite Tint/Tined Tossed/Tost Trod Troubleshot Typecast Typeset Typewrote To do very well because the circumstances or situation is right To cause an object to leave your Thrown hand in such a way that it travels through the air Thrust To push with force To strike with lightning Thunderstruck/Thunderstricken To shock Tint/Tined To shut Tossed/Tost Throw around Trodden To put your foot down Troubleshot To solve a problem To give an actor the same sort of Typecast role repeatedly Typeset To compose type for printing Typewritten To write with a typewriter U Definition To remove a horse's rein and straps To retore something to its original shape Unbend Unbent Unbent that has been distorted To set something free Unbound Unbound Unbind To untie. explore under something Underdelve Underdelved To do less than necessary Underdo Underdid Underdone Not to cook enough To give too little food to someone or an Underfeed Underfed Underfed animal To make something secure underneath Undergird Undergirt/Undergirded Undergirt/Undergirded To give moral support To suffer or go through an unpleasant Undergone Undergo Underwent experience. such as surgery Underlay Underlaid Underlaid To put underneath something Underlet Underlet Underlet To rent for less than the real value To be the real reason. remove ropes. Unbuild Unbuilt Unbuilt To demolish Unclothe Unclad/Unclothed Unclad/Unclothed To remove clothes To offer less money in an auction or Underbid/Underbidden Underbid Underbid sale Underbuy Underbought Underbought To buy for less than the real value To sell at a cheaper price than a Undercut Undercut Undercut competitor Underdolven/UnderdelvedTo dive. chains. etc..
unload To untwist a rope To try to forget or change a habit or something that had been learned To remove a decision To remove a rope from a hook Not to say something To take back something that you said To convince someone that something is worthless or false To undo someone sewed. etc) To make assets availably for use To thaw something To remove something that is hanging To expose something that was hidden To stop holding or not to hold To untie To remove cargo. draw back (curtains. remove the stitches To remove something held in a sling To take back what has been said or not to say something To untwist or unravel To separate things that have been stuck together To take off To open something secured with string To take back an oath .Underrun Underran Underrun Undersold Undershot Underspent Understood Undertaken Underthrust Underwritten Undone Undrawn Undrawn Unfrozen Unhung Unhidden Unheld Unknit/Unknitted Unladen/Unladed Unlaid Unlearnt/Unlearned Unmade Unrove/Unreeved Unsaid Unsold Unsewn/Unsewed Unslung Unspoken Unspun Unstuck Unstrung Unsworn Undersell Undersold Undershoot Undershot Underspend Underspent Understand Understood Undertake Undertook Underthrust Underthrust Underwrite Underwrote Undo Undraw Undraw Unfreeze Unhang Unhide Unhold Unknit Unlade Unlay Unlearn Unmake Unreeve Unsay Unsell Unsew Unsling Unspeak Unspin Unstick Unstring Unswear Undid Undrew Undrew Unfroze Unhung Unhid Unheld Unknit/Unknitted Unladed Unlaid Unlearnt/Unlearned Unmade Unrove/Unreeved Unsaid Unsold Unsewed Unslung Unspoke Unspun Unstuck Unstrung Unswore To pass or flow underneath something To sell at a lower price than a competitor To shoot too short Not to reach a target To spend less money than allocated in the department or company's budget To know or come to know the meaning of something To accept responsibility for doing something To insert faulted rock under a passive rock mass To accept part or all of a financial risk. especially insurance To ruin somebody's reputation To 'open' clothes or shoes before taking them off To open a curtain To withdraw To open.
retrace your steps To undo things that have been woven together To relax To delete writing or not to write To build up. election.Unteach Unthink Untread Unweave Unwind Unwrite Upbuild Uphold Uppercut Uprise Upset Upspring Upsweep Uptear Untaught Unthought Untrod Unwove Unwound Unwrote Upbuilt Upheld Uppercut Uprose Upset Upsprang Upswept Uptore Untaught Unthought Untrodden Unwoven Unwound Unwritten Upbuilt Upheld Uppercut Uprisen Upset Upsprung Upswept Uptorn To make someone forget something they have learned To remove something from your mind To tread back. game. move up To return from the dead To make somebody unhappy or disturbed To jump or spring up To sweep or brush upwards To tear into pieces V Base Past Simple Form Vex Vext/Vexed Past Participle Vext/Vexed To trouble or annoy Definition W Base Form Wake Waylay Wear Weave Wed Weep Wend Wet Past Simple Woke Waylaid Wore Wove Wed/Wedded Wept Wended/Went Wet/Wetted Past Participle Woken Definition Whipsaw Whipsawed Win Wind Won Wound Winterfeed Winterfed Wiredraw Wiredrew To stop sleeping and become conscious To make somebody stop sleeping Waylaid To wait for or to stop somebody to rob them Worn To have clothes on your body Woven To make material Wed/Wedded To marry Wept To cry heavily Wended/Went To go. Won etc. make your way Wet/Wetted To make something wet by applying a liquid to it To cut with whipsaw (a saw for two people) Whipsawn/Whipsawed To victimise To be the best in a competition. stand up. To turn something round to make a mechanical Wound process operate Winterfed To feed cattle in the winter when they can't graze Wiredrawn To make wire . develop on a large scale To support or confirm a decision To punch upwards towards someone's chin To get up.
especially speech To know To remove money from a bank To remove something from a place Not to let somebody have something To resist successfully To be accustomed To make physical or mental effort to produce or achieve something To cover To transport emotionally To cause or make something happen To put a lot of pressure on something to remove liquids To put words onto paper using a pen or pencil Z Base Past Simple Form Zinc Zinced/Zincked Past Participle Zinced/Zincked Definition To coat or cover something with a layer of zinc .Wit Wist Wist Withdrawn Withheld Withstood Wont/Wonted Withdraw Withdrew Withhold Withheld Withstand Withstood Wont Wont Work Wrap Wreak Wring Write Worked/Wrought Worked/Wrought Wrapped/Wrapt Wreaked Wrung Wrote Wrapped/Wrapt Wreaked/Wroken Wrung Written To make something last a long time.
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