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What is a Verb?
A Verb is a disclose action or a being. In English, every word cover in an individual place & plays a specific role in a sentence.
As such, Verbs typically comes after the sentence subject of the sentence & before the object of the sentence. For Example, Alex & Adom Adopt the new cat every month, Well In this sentence Alex & Adam are the Subjects & Adopt is the Verb Showing the action, & “cat” is the object receiving the action of the verb.
here is the list of verbs that start with a is right below with all the definitions.
Verbs That Start With A – All Verbs
Abandon to leave completely and finally; forsake utterly; desert.
Abbreviate to shorten omitting letters, substituting shorter forms.
Abase to reduce or lower, as in rank, office, reputation, or estimation.
Abdicate to give up or renounce especially in a voluntary, public, or formal manner.
Abet to encourage, support, or countenance by aid or approval.
Abhor to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly.
Abide to remain; continue; or stay.
Abjure to renounce or give up under oath; forswear.
Abnegate to refuse or deny oneself (some rights) reject; renounce.
Abort to terminate (a missile flight, mission, etc.) before completion.
Abound to be rich or well supplied
Abridge to reduce or lessen in duration, scope, authority.
Abrogate to abolish by formal or official means; annul by an authoritative act
Abscond to depart in a sudden and secret manner.
Absolve to set free or release, as from some duty, obligation, or responsibility.
Acclaim to announce or proclaim with enthusiastic approval.
Acclimatize to acclimate.
Absorb to suck up or drink in (a liquid); soak up.
Abstain to refrain from casting one’s vote.
Abstract to divert or draw away the attention of.
Abuse to use wrongly or improperly; misuse.
Accelerate to move or go faster; increase in speed.
Accept to agree or consent to; accede to.
Accommodate to provide with a room and sometimes with food.
Accompany to be or exist in association or company with.
Accomplish to complete (a distance or period of time).
Accost to confront boldly.
Account to assign or impute (usually followed by to).
Accredit to provide or send with credentials; designate officially.
Accrue to happen or result as a natural growth, addition, etc.
Accuse to charge with the fault, offence, or crime.
Accustom to familiarize by custom or use; habituate.
Ache to feel great sympathy, pity, or the like.
Achieve to bring to a successful end; carry through; accomplish.
Achromatize to make achromatic; deprive or free of colour.
Acidify to make or become sour.
Acidulate to make somewhat acid.
Acknowledge recognizing the authority, validity, or claims of.
acquiesce to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent.
Acquire to gain for oneself through one’s actions or efforts.
Acquit to release or discharge (a person) from an obligation.
Activate make active; cause to function or act.
Actualize to make actual or real; turn into action or fact.
Actuate to put into action; start a process; turn on.
Adapt to make suitable to requirements or conditions; adjust or modify fittingly.
Address to direct a speech or written statement to.
Adduce to bring forward in argument or as evidence; cite as pertinent or conclusive.
Adjoin to be close to or in contact with; abut on.
Adjourn to defer or postpone to a later time.
Adjust o put in good working order; regulate; bring to a proper state or position.
Administer to bring into use or operation:
Admire to regard with wonder or surprise (usually used ironically or sarcastically).
Adopt to take and rear (the child of other parents) as one’s own child, specifically by a formal legal act.
Admit to allow to enter; grant or afford entrance to.
Adore to like or admire very much.
Adorn to decorate or add beauty to, as by ornaments.
Adulate to show excessive admiration or devotion to; flatter or admire servilely.
Advance to move or go forward; proceed:
Adulterate to debase or make impure by adding inferior materials or elements; use cheaper.
Advertise to give information to the public about; announce publicly in a newspaper, on radio or television, etc.
Advise to give counsel to; offer an opinion or suggestion as worth following. (I advise you to be cautious).
Affect to impress the mind or move the feelings of:
Aerate to change or treat with air or gas, especially with carbon dioxide.
Affiliate to attach or unite on terms of fellowship; associate (usually followed by with in U.S. usage, by to in Brit. usage).
affirm to state or assert positively; maintain as true.
Affix to put or add on; append.
Afflict to distress with mental or bodily pain; trouble greatly or grievously:
Afforest to convert into the forest or land.
Africans (loosely) a black or other person of African ancestry.
Aggravate to cause to become irritated or inflamed.
Agglomerate to collect or gather into a cluster or mass.
Aggregate to bring together; collect into one sum, mass, or body.
Agree to live in Concord or without contention; get along together.
Agonize to put forth the great effort of any kind.
Aim to position or direct (a firearm, ball, arrow, rocket, etc.) so that, on firing or release, the discharged projectile will hit a target or travel along a certain path.
Alarm any sound, outcry, or information intended to warn of approaching danger:
Alert to warn (troops, ships, etc.) to prepare for action.
Alienate to cause to be withdrawn or isolated from the objective world.
Align to bring into cooperation or agreement with a particular group, party, cause, etc.
Allege to assert without proof.
Alkalinise to make or become alkaline.
Allegorize to understand in an allegorical sense; interpret allegorically.
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