Grammatica

Verbs with other meanings

Verbs with other meanings

There are a number of other verbs which have this combination of patterns. Of these verbs, train belongs to Structure combination (i), turn belongs to Structure combination (ii), connect, fill, pull, open up, and translate belong to Structure combination (iii), and the other verbs belong to Structure combination (iv).
The phrase 'proceeding gingerly' has nothing to do with the spice but derives from the old French word 'gensour', meaning 'daintily' or 'with refinement'.
Etak, which derives its name from the Polynesian word for navigation, was founded by Stan Honey.
The screen fills with grainy black and white newsreel footage.
On a nice day, fill a bucket with soapy water outside and let your child scrub down toys, outdoor furniture, or just the patio.
Britain's ethnic communities have suffered injustices and degradations which would meet with outrage if they occurred elsewhere.
All new ideas are met with hesitancy, most will have teething troubles.
Tables have been constructed so that each life event can be rated as to how disturbing it would usually be to a person.
Losses by death or divorce, or gains by marriage or birth always rate highly.
I was told he rated me highly, which is a real compliment.
The roots of this plant, once the original bitter taste is removed by boiling, can substitute for potatoes.
In no case should you substitute alcohol for other foods.
His parents wanted him to train as a doctor.
They train the young women as firefighters.
If fine words were to translate into deeds, a massive campaign of Biblical re-education now had to be mounted.
If this mood is translated into votes, the Democrats must strengthen their grip on Congress.
  • connect (to)
  • decrease
  • derive (from)
  • enlist (in/as)
  • enrol
  • fill (with)
  • hold
  • increase
  • meet (with)
  • pull (out of)
  • rank (in)
  • rate
  • stretch (into)
  • substitute (for)
  • train (as)
  • translate
  • turn (against)
  • widen
  • fill up (with)
  • open up (to)
  • Verbs with other meanings

    There are a number of other verbs which have this combination of patterns. Of these verbs, train belongs to Structure combination (i), turn belongs to Structure combination (ii), connect, fill, pull, open up, and translate belong to Structure combination (iii), and the other verbs belong to Structure combination (iv).
    The phrase 'proceeding gingerly' has nothing to do with the spice but derives from the old French word 'gensour', meaning 'daintily' or 'with refinement'.
    Etak, which derives its name from the Polynesian word for navigation, was founded by Stan Honey.
    The screen fills with grainy black and white newsreel footage.
    On a nice day, fill a bucket with soapy water outside and let your child scrub down toys, outdoor furniture, or just the patio.
    Britain's ethnic communities have suffered injustices and degradations which would meet with outrage if they occurred elsewhere.
    All new ideas are met with hesitancy, most will have teething troubles.
    Tables have been constructed so that each life event can be rated as to how disturbing it would usually be to a person.
    Losses by death or divorce, or gains by marriage or birth always rate highly.
    I was told he rated me highly, which is a real compliment.
    The roots of this plant, once the original bitter taste is removed by boiling, can substitute for potatoes.
    In no case should you substitute alcohol for other foods.
    His parents wanted him to train as a doctor.
    They train the young women as firefighters.
    If fine words were to translate into deeds, a massive campaign of Biblical re-education now had to be mounted.
    If this mood is translated into votes, the Democrats must strengthen their grip on Congress.
  • connect (to)
  • decrease
  • derive (from)
  • enlist (in/as)
  • enrol
  • fill (with)
  • hold
  • increase
  • meet (with)
  • pull (out of)
  • rank (in)
  • rate
  • stretch (into)
  • substitute (for)
  • train (as)
  • translate
  • turn (against)
  • widen
  • fill up (with)
  • open up (to)
  • Verbs with other meanings

    There are a number of other verbs which have this combination of patterns. Of these verbs, train belongs to Structure combination (i), turn belongs to Structure combination (ii), connect, fill, pull, open up, and translate belong to Structure combination (iii), and the other verbs belong to Structure combination (iv).
    The phrase 'proceeding gingerly' has nothing to do with the spice but derives from the old French word 'gensour', meaning 'daintily' or 'with refinement'.
    Etak, which derives its name from the Polynesian word for navigation, was founded by Stan Honey.
    The screen fills with grainy black and white newsreel footage.
    On a nice day, fill a bucket with soapy water outside and let your child scrub down toys, outdoor furniture, or just the patio.
    Britain's ethnic communities have suffered injustices and degradations which would meet with outrage if they occurred elsewhere.
    All new ideas are met with hesitancy, most will have teething troubles.
    Tables have been constructed so that each life event can be rated as to how disturbing it would usually be to a person.
    Losses by death or divorce, or gains by marriage or birth always rate highly.
    I was told he rated me highly, which is a real compliment.
    The roots of this plant, once the original bitter taste is removed by boiling, can substitute for potatoes.
    In no case should you substitute alcohol for other foods.
    His parents wanted him to train as a doctor.
    They train the young women as firefighters.
    If fine words were to translate into deeds, a massive campaign of Biblical re-education now had to be mounted.
    If this mood is translated into votes, the Democrats must strengthen their grip on Congress.
  • connect (to)
  • decrease
  • derive (from)
  • enlist (in/as)
  • enrol
  • fill (with)
  • hold
  • increase
  • meet (with)
  • pull (out of)
  • rank (in)
  • rate
  • stretch (into)
  • substitute (for)
  • train (as)
  • translate
  • turn (against)
  • widen
  • fill up (with)
  • open up (to)
  • Verbs with other meanings

    There are a number of other verbs which have this combination of patterns. Of these verbs, train belongs to Structure combination (i), turn belongs to Structure combination (ii), connect, fill, pull, open up, and translate belong to Structure combination (iii), and the other verbs belong to Structure combination (iv).
    The phrase 'proceeding gingerly' has nothing to do with the spice but derives from the old French word 'gensour', meaning 'daintily' or 'with refinement'.
    Etak, which derives its name from the Polynesian word for navigation, was founded by Stan Honey.
    The screen fills with grainy black and white newsreel footage.
    On a nice day, fill a bucket with soapy water outside and let your child scrub down toys, outdoor furniture, or just the patio.
    Britain's ethnic communities have suffered injustices and degradations which would meet with outrage if they occurred elsewhere.
    All new ideas are met with hesitancy, most will have teething troubles.
    Tables have been constructed so that each life event can be rated as to how disturbing it would usually be to a person.
    Losses by death or divorce, or gains by marriage or birth always rate highly.
    I was told he rated me highly, which is a real compliment.
    The roots of this plant, once the original bitter taste is removed by boiling, can substitute for potatoes.
    In no case should you substitute alcohol for other foods.
    His parents wanted him to train as a doctor.
    They train the young women as firefighters.
    If fine words were to translate into deeds, a massive campaign of Biblical re-education now had to be mounted.
    If this mood is translated into votes, the Democrats must strengthen their grip on Congress.
  • connect (to)
  • decrease
  • derive (from)
  • enlist (in/as)
  • enrol
  • fill (with)
  • hold
  • increase
  • meet (with)
  • pull (out of)
  • rank (in)
  • rate
  • stretch (into)
  • substitute (for)
  • train (as)
  • translate
  • turn (against)
  • widen
  • fill up (with)
  • open up (to)
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