|To abuse is to use or treat something or someone in a harmful or wrongful manner.
|To accept is to agree to take or receive something that is offered or given.
|To access is to obtain or gain entry to something, such as a website or a building.
|To accord is to agree or be in harmony with something.
|To account is to give an explanation or justification for something.
|To charge someone with a crime or wrongdoing.
|To achieve is to accomplish or succeed in a particular goal or objective.
|To acquire is to gain or obtain something through one's efforts or actions.
|To act is to perform a specific action or behavior, often in response to a particular situation or circumstance.
|To adapt is to adjust or modify oneself to new circumstances or conditions.
|To increase or supplement something by joining or combining it with something else.
|To address is to speak or write to someone about a particular topic or issue.
|To adjust is to change or modify something to fit or conform to a particular need or situation.
|To look up to someone or something with respect or approval.
|To acknowledge or accept something as true or real.
|To take on or assume something, such as a new policy or a child.
|To advance is to move forward or progress, often in a planned or deliberate manner.
|To advance is to move forward or progress in a particular direction.
|To advantage is to give someone or something a beneficial or favorable position.
|to have an impact or influence on something or someone.
|To afford means to be able to pay for or have enough resources for something.
|To age is to become older or mature.
|To agree means to have the same opinion or belief as another person.
|To air is to expose something to the open atmosphere or circulate fresh air in a space.
|To alarm is to cause fear or anxiety by alerting someone to potential danger.
|To allow is to give permission or consent for something to happen or be done.
|To amaze is to surprise or impress someone greatly.
|To amount is to add up or to reach a total quantity or value.
|To anger is to make someone feel mad or frustrated.
|To angle is to fish with a rod and line or to position oneself for a particular view or advantage.
|To announce is to make a public statement or declaration about something.
|To answer is to respond or to reply to a question or statement.
|To anticipate is to expect or predict something to happen and to prepare for it.
|To apologize is to express regret or say sorry for doing something wrong.
|To appeal is to request or seek for a favorable decision or action.
|To appear means to become visible or present oneself in a certain way.
|To apply is to use or put something into action in a specific situation.
|To appreciate is to recognize the value or worth of something or someone.
|To approach is to move closer to something or someone or to make an effort to do something.
|to take something for one's own use, often without permission or in a way that is unfair.
|To approve is to officially agree or give permission for something.
|To exist or to be present in a certain state or condition.
|To argue is to engage in a verbal or written disagreement or debate with someone.
|To arise is to come into existence or occur as a result of something.
|To arm is to provide or equip someone or something with weapons or other defensive or offensive capabilities.
|To reach a destination or to get to a particular place.
|To ask is to pose a question or make a request for information.
|To assist is to help or support someone in a task or activity.
|To associate is to connect or link something with something else, often by way of similarity or shared characteristics.
|To assume is to take for granted or suppose something to be true without proof or evidence.