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This tag is for questions about verbs. Verbs are words that express an action, occurrence, or a state of being. Add this tag to single-word-requests if you are looking for a verb. Add the tag word-usage if you are asking about the usage of the verb.

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I am looking for a verb to describe the action of a good guy becoming a bad guy. There is a word for it in my mother language, but I am not sure if there is a word for it in English. The verb, which …
asked Jun 20 '17 by user239460
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The other day I was playing chess with my friend who constantly went back on his move and ask to restart again whenever he made a wrong move/decision. What's the idiomatic verb/phrase to describe his …
asked Jul 28 '17 by user239460
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I am looking for an idiomatic word to describe what a deadbeat does of refusing repaying. In my country, this behavior is described as 'laizhang', literally means a person refusing to repay the money …
asked Jun 27 '17 by user239460
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I mean feedback is a noun, but how do you say it in its verb state? For example, in this sentence: how do I feedback the information to you? How would you replace the feedback in that sentence abo …
asked Jun 8 '17 by user239460
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Yesterday, I got an email from Yahoo notifying me that the glitch had been fixed. Yesterday, I received an email from Yahoo notifying me that the glitch had been fixed. They all mean that I …
asked Jul 16 '17 by user239460
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In my mother tongue there is a verb called '帮衬', which means someone being a regular customer of (a store, merchant, etc.) of another person to support her business, satisfy their own needs and save m …
asked Jul 3 '17 by user239460
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In the town where I live, many street vendors actively cheat customers by using an inaccurate scale. As a result, people receive less than what they ought to. For example, if you buy five apples, wh …
asked Jul 5 '17 by user239460