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verb

noun   /vɜːb/
A2 a word or group of words that refers to an action, state, or experience. For example, the words ‘arrive’, ‘make’, ‘be’, and ‘feel’ are verbs. verbo
(Definition of verb from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

verb

noun /vəːb/
the word or phrase that gives the action, or asserts something, in a sentence, clause etc verbo an irregular verb.
verbal adjective
of, or concerning, verbs verbal verbal endings such as ’-fy’,’-ize’.
consisting of, or concerning, spoken words verbal a verbal warning/agreement.
verbally adverb
in or by speech, not writing verbalmente I replied to the invitation verbally.
verbatim /-ˈbeitim/ adjective, adverb
word for word textualmente, palabra por palabra a verbatim report of the argument The child repeated my words verbatim.
verbose /-ˈbous/ adjective
using too many words; expressed in too many words verboso, locuaz a verbose speaker a verbose description/style.
(Definition of verb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “verb”
in Korean 동사…
in Arabic فِعْل…
in Malaysian kata kerja…
in French verbe…
in Russian глагол…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動詞…
in Italian verbo…
in Turkish fiil…
in Polish czasownik…
in Vietnamese động từ…
in Portuguese verbo…
in Thai คำกริยา…
in German das Verb…
in Catalan verb…
in Japanese (文法)動詞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动词…
in Indonesian kata kerja, verba…
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