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verb
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
verb /və:b/
  • danh từ
    • (ngôn ngữ học) động từ
      • transitive verb: ngoại động từ
      • intransitive verb: nội động từ
Concise Dictionary
verbsvɜrb /vɜːb
noun
+a word that serves as the predicate of a sentence
+a content word that denotes an action or a state

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
(grammar) a word or group of words that expresses an action (such as eat), an event (such as happen) or a state (such as exist): regular / irregular verbs + transitive / intransitive verbs
See also - PHRASAL VERB
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

plural, singular | intransitive, transitive | active, passive | irregular, regular | main
What's the main verb of the sentence?
| finite | auxiliary, linking, modal | phrasal

VERB + VERB

use
In this essay he has used the same verbs over and over again.
| take
‘Government’ can take a singular or plural verb.
| agree with
The subject doesn't agree with the verb.
| conjugate, inflect
Do you know how to conjugate the verb ‘seek’?
| modify, qualify
Adverbs modify verbs.

VERB + VERB

take sth
Transitive verbs take a direct object.
| agree with sth, inflect
Add an ending to make the verb agree with the subject.
| end in sth

VERB + NOUN

ending, form, phrase

PHRASES

a verb of motion/perception



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