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voyager: to travel

vouloir: to want

voler: to fly, steal

voir: to see

vivre: to live

visiter: to visit

viellir: to grow old

vêtir: to clothe, dress

verser: to pour

venir: to come

venger: to avenge

vendre: to sell

valoir: to be worth, to be as good as, to merit

vaincre: to vanquish, conquer

utiliser: to utilize, use, put to use

unir: to unite, join

tuer: to kill

se trouver: to be located, situated

trouver: to find

se tromper: to be mistaken, wrong

tricher: to cheat, trick

traverser: to traverse, cross

travailler: to work

transmettre: to transmit, transfer

traiter: to treat, negotiate

trahir: to betray

traduire: to translate

tousser: to cough

tourner: to turn

toucher: to touch, affect

tordre: to twist

toquer: to rap, tap, knock

tonner: to thunder

tomber: to fall

tirer: to draw out, shoot, pull

terminer: to terminate

tenter: tempt, attempt, try

tenir: to hold, grasp

tendre: to strain, stretch, tighten, tend

téléphoner: to telephone

teindre: to dye

se taire: to be silent, to be quiet

survoler: to fly over

survivre: to survive

surprendre: to surprise

supporter: to hold up, prop up, endure, tolerate

supplier: to beg, beseech, supplicate

suivre: to follow

suffrire: to suffice

sucer: to suck

se souvenir: to remeber, recall

sourire: to smile

soumettre: to submit

souiller: to dirty, muddy, soil

souhaiter: to wish

souffrir: to suffer, endure

souffler: to blow, pant, prompt (an actor)

sortir: to go out, leave

sonner: to ring

songer: to dream, to think

signer: to sign

signaler: to point out, signal

siffler: to whistle, hiss, boo

se servir: to serve oneself

servir: to serve, be useful

serrer: to grasp, squeeze, press

séparer: to separate

seoir: to be becoming, to suit

sentir: to feel, smell, perceive

sembler: to seem

séjourner: to sojourn, live elsewhere

séduire: to seduce

secourir: to help, succor

secouer: to shake

savoir: to know (how)

se sauver: to run away, to escape

sauver: to save, rescue

sauter: to jump, leap

satisfaire: to satisfy

salir: to soil, dirty

saisir: to seize, grasp

rouler: to roll, drive

rougir: to blush

rompre: to break, burst, break off

rire: to laugh

revoir: to see again

rêver: to dream

revenir: to come back

se réveiller: to wake up

réussir: to succeed, result

retourner: to return, go back, turn again

se retirer: to retire, withdraw

retirer: to draw out again, to pull again

retenir: to retain, keep, detain

rester: to remain, to stay, to be left over

ressembler: to resemble

résoudre: to resolve, solve

reproduire: to reproduce

réprimander: to reprimand

reprendre: to take again, resume

se reposer: to rest

répondre: to respond, answer

répéter: to repeat, rehearse

repasser: to iron, pass again

réparer: to repair

reparaître: to reappear

répandre: to spread, scatter, spill

rentrer: to return

rendre: to give back, return, vomit

rencontre: to meet, encounter

remplir: to fill, fulfill, fill in, fill out

remplacer: to replace

remettre: to put on again, replace, put back, postpone

remercier: to thank

remarquer: to remark, notice, distinguish

relire: to reread

se plaindre: to complain, lament, moan

plaindre: to pity

regretter: to regret, miss

regarder: to look at, watch

refuser: to refuse, withhold

réfléchir: to think, meditate, reflect

réduire: to reduce, decrease

recueillir: to collect, gather, harvest

reconnaître: to recognize, acknowledge

recevoir: to receive

se rappeler: to remember, recall, recolect

rappeler: to call again, call back, recall, remind

ranger: to set (put) in order, to tidy up

raconter: to relate, tell, tell about

quitter: to leave

punir: to punish

puer: to stink

prouver: to prove

prononcer: to pronounce, declare

promettre: to promise

se promener: to take a walk

produire: to produce

prier: to pray, to supplicate, beg

prévoir: to foresee

prévenir: to warn, to forestall

prêter: to lend

prétendre: to pretend, to claim

se presser: to be in a hurry, to make haste

presser: to press, squeeze

présenter: to present, introduce

préparer: to prepare

prendre: to take

préférer: to prefer

prédire: to predict

pouvoir: to be able, can

pousser: to push, to grow

poursuivre: to pursue, prosecute

posséder: to possess, master

poser: to lay, place, pose, set

porter: to wear, carry

pleuvoir: to rain

pleurer: to cry

plaisanter: to joke

plaire: to please

placer: to place, put

peser: to weigh

persuader: to persuade

permettre: to permit, allow

périr: to perish, die

perdre: to lose

penser: to think

pendre: to hang

peindre: to paint, portray

se peigner: to comb one's hair

pêcher: to fish

pécher: to sin, commit a sin

payer: to pay for

patiner: to skate

se passer: to happen, take place

passer: to pass, spend time

partir: to leave

parler: to speak

pardonner: to pardon, forgive

paraître: to appear, seem

ouvrir: to open

oublier: to forget

oser: to dare

omettre: to omit

offrir: to offer

s'occuper: to be busy

occuper: to occupy

obtenir: to obtain

oblige: to oblige

obéir: to obey

nuire: to harm, hinder

nourrir: to feed nourish

nommer: to name, appoint

nier: to deny

nettoyer: to clean

neiger: to snow

naître: to be born

nager: to swim

mouvoir: to move

mourir: to die

moudre: to grind, mill

mordre: to bite

se moquer: to make fun

montrer: to show, display

monter: to go up, mount

mirer: to mirror

se mettre: to begin, start, place oneself

mettre: to put

mériter: to merit

se méprendre: to mistake

mentir: to lie

mener: to lead, take control

se méfier: to beware, to distrust

médire: to slander

méconnaître: to misjudge, not recognize

maudire: to curse

marcher: to walk, to function

manquer: to miss, lack

manger: to eat

maigrir: to reduce one's weight

luire: to shine, gleam

louer: to praise, to rent, rent out

lire: to read

se lever: to get up

lever: to lift, raise

se laver: to wash oneself

laver: to wash

lancer: to hurl, launch, throw

laisser: to let, allow, leave

lâcher: to loosen, unleash

jurer: to swear, vow

juger: to judge, deem

jouir: to enjoy

jouer: to play, to act in, to gamble

joindre: to join, contact

jeter: to throw, cast

inviter: to invite

introduire: to introduce, show in

interrompre: to interrupt

interroger: to interrogate

s'intéresser: to be interested in

interdire: to forbid, prohibit

instruire: to instruct

insiter: to insist

s'inquiéter: to worry, be upset

s'informer: to find out, inquire, inform oneself

indiquer: to indicate

inclure: to include, enclose

imposer: to impose

hésiter: to hesitate

haïr: to hate

habiter: to live in

s'habiller: to dress oneself

guérir: to cure, heal, remedy

gronder: to chide, reprimand

grimper: to climb

grêler: to hail

gratter: to grate, scratch

grandir: to grow up taller, increase

goûter: to taste, snack, to enjoy

gésir: to lie down, be lying down

gêner: to bother, hamper, constrict

geler: to freeze

gâter: to spoil, damage

garder: to guard, keep

gagner: to win, earn ,gain

fumer: to smoke, steam

fuir: to flee, shun

frire: to fry

frémer: to shudder, tremble

frapper: to knock, hit, frap

fournir: to furnish, supply

fouiller: to dig deeply, excavate

forcer: to force

fondre: to melt, dissolve, mix colours

fonder: to found

finir: to finish, end

se fier: to depend on, to trust in

fermer: to close

fendre: to split, crack

feindre: to feign

féliciter: to congratulate

falloir: to be necessary, must, to need

faire: to do, make

faillir: to fail, to almost do something

se fâcher: to become angry

exprimer: to express

expliquer: to explain

exigir: to demand, require

s'excuser: to excuse oneself, apologize

excuser: to excuse

éviter: to avoid

s'évanouir: to faint

évaluer: to evaluate

étudier: to study

être: to be

étourdir: to daze, stun, make dizzy

étonner: to amaze, astonish

s'étendre: to stretch oneself, to stretch out

éteindre: to extinguish, shut down a computer

établir: to establish

essuyer: to wipe

essayer: to try, try on

espérer: to hope

éprouver: to try, test, feel

épouser: to marry

envoyer: to send

s'envoler: to fly off, take flight, take off (aeroplane)

entrer: to enter, go in

entreprendre: to undertake

enterrer: to bury

entendre: to hear, understand

enseigner: to teach

ennuyer: to bore, annoy, weary

enlever: to carry away, remove

s'enfuir: to run away, slip away, fly away

encourager: to encourage

emprunter: to borrow

employer: to use, employ

empêcher: to hinder, prevent

émouvoir: to move, touch, excite, arouse

emmener: to lead, lead away

embrasser: to kiss, embrace

s'éloigner: to move away, to withdraw, keep back

élire: to elect, choose

élever: to raise, to bring up

égayer: to amuse, cheer up

effrayer: to frighten

écrire: to write

écouter: to listen to

échouer: to fail, run aground

échapper: to escape, avoid

douter: to doubt

dormir: to sleep

donner: to give

disparaître: to disappear

discuter: to discuss, argue

dire: to say, tell

dîner: to dine, have dinner

diminuer: to diminish

devoir: to have to, ought to, should

devenir: to become

développer: to develop, spread out

détruire: to destroy

détourner: to turn aside. Turn away

détester: to deteste, hate

dessiner: to sketch, draw

désirer: to desire

descendre: to go down, descend

déranger: to disturb, derange

déplaire: to displease

dépenser: to spend

dépeindre: to depict

dépendre: to depend on, to take down something hanging

se dépêcher: to hurry

démolir: to demolish

demeurer: to reside, remain, stay

demander: to ask for, request

déjeuner: to lunch

défendre: to defend, to forbid,

défaire: to undo, untie

déduire: to deduce, infer

décroître: to decrease

décrire: to describe

découvrir: to discover, uncover

décider: to decide

déchirer: to rip, tear, rend

décevoir: to deceive, dissapoint

danser: to dance

cuire: to cook

cueillir: to gather, pick

croître: to grow, increase

croire: to believe

crier: to shout, cry out

créer: to create

craindre: to fear, be afraid

couvrir: to cover

coûter: to cost

courir: to run, race

couper: to cut, switch off

coudre: to sew

se coucher: to go to bed, lie down

coucher: to put to bed, lay, flatten

corrompre: to corrupt

corriger: to correct

convenir: to suit

convaincre: to convince

contredire: to contradict

contraindre: to constrain, compel

continuer: to continue

conter: to relate, narrate

contenir: to contain

construir: to construct, build

consentir: to consent

conseiller: to advise, counsel

conquérir: to conquer

connaître: to know, be acquainted with, make acquaintance of

conduire: to lead, drive, conduct, manage

conclure: to conclude

concevoir: to conceive

compter: to count, intend, expect

comprendre: to understand

comparer: to compare

commettre: to commit

commencer: to begin, start

commander: to command, order

combattre: to combat, fight

chuchoter: to whisper

choisir: to choose

chérir: to cherish

chercher: to look for, search

chasser: to hunt, pursue

charger: to burden, charge, load

chanter: to sing

changer: to change

cesser: to cease

céder: to yield, cede

causer: to cause, chat

se casser: to break (a part of ones body)

casser: to break

se cacher: to hide oneself

cacher: to hide

brûler: to burn

se brosser: to brush oneself

brosser: to brush

bouillir: to boil

bouger: to budge, move

boire: to drink

se blesser: to hurt oneself

blesser: to harm, wound, offend

blanchir: to whiten

blâmer: to blame

bénir: to bless, consecrate

bavarder: to chat, gossip

se battre: to fight

battre: to beat, hit, strike

bâtir: to build, construct

balayer: to sweep

balancer: to balance, to sway, swing, weigh, throwaway

baisser: to lower, sink

avoir: to have

avancer: to advance

augmenter: to augment, increase

attraper: to catch

attirer: to attract, allure

attendre: to wait, expect

atteindre: to attain

s'assurer: to make sure, assure oneself

assurer: to assure, insure, guarantee

assister: to assist at, attend, be present

s'asseoir: to sit down

arriver: to arrive, happen

s'arrêter: to stop oneself, pause

arrêter: to arrest, stop

arranger: to arrange

arracher: to pull up, uproot

approuver: to approve (of)

approcher: to approach, come near

apprendre: to learn

apporter: to bring, bear

s'appeler: to be named

appeler: to call, name

appartenir: to belong, pertain

apparaître: to appear

apercevoir: to perceive

annoncer: to announce

s'amuser: to have a good time, to enjoy oneself

amuser: to amuse

amener: to bring, lead

s'en aller: to go away

aller: to go

ajouter: to add

aimer: to love, like

aider: to help

s'agir: to be the matter, the question of

agir: to act, behave

agacer: to annoy

advenir: to happen, occur

adresser: to address

adorer: to worship, adore

admirer: to admire

admettre: to admit

s'abstenir: to abstain

abdoudre: to absolve

acquérir: to aquire, obtain

achever: to achieve, finish

acheter: to buy

accuser: to accuse

accueillir: to greet, welcome

accroître: to increase, enlarge

accrocher: to hang up,

accourir: to run, to run up to , go running to

accorder: to accord, to grant, to reconcile, to admit

accompagner: to accompany

acclamer: to acclaim, to applaud

accepter: to accept

abolir: to abolish

abattre: to knock down, to slaughter, to dishearten

abasourdir: to daze, to deafen, to stun, to bewilder, to stupefy

s'abaisser: to humble oneself, to lower oneself, to condescend, to slope

abaisser: to lower, to reduce, to humiliate, to humble

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