Verb Generator

  • [Verb 1] downsize

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they downsize]    [he / she / it downsizes]    [past simple downsized]    [past participle downsized]    [-ing form downsizing]    

    definition 1: [intransitive, transitive] (business) to reduce the number of people who work in a company, business, etc. in order to reduce costs

    examples:

    1. downsize something The larger companies are all planning to downsize their US operations.
    2. downsize (from something) (to something) The worsening situation forced the company to downsize from 39 employees to 7.

    definition 2: [intransitive] downsize (to something) to move to a smaller home

    examples:

    1. The couple are downsizing to a more compact home.
  • [Verb 2] huddle

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they huddle]    [he / she / it huddles]    [past simple huddled]    [past participle huddled]    [-ing form huddling]    

    definition 1: [intransitive] huddle (up/together) (+ adv./prep.) (of people or animals) to gather closely together, usually because of cold or fear

    examples:

    1. We huddled together for warmth.
    2. They all huddled around the fire.
    3. People huddled up close to each other.

    definition 2: [intransitive] huddle (up) (+ adv./prep.) to hold your arms and legs close to your body, usually because you are cold or frightened

    examples:

    1. I huddled under a blanket on the floor.
  • [Verb 3] take

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they take]    [he / she / it takes]    [past simple took]    [past participle taken]    [-ing form taking]    

    definition 1: [transitive] to carry or move something from one place to another

    examples:

    1. take something Remember to take your coat when you leave.
    2. take something with you I forgot to take my bag with me when I got off the bus.
    3. take somebody something Shall I take my host family a gift?

    definition 2: [transitive] to go with somebody from one place to another, especially to guide or lead them

    examples:

    1. take somebody It's too far to walk—I'll take you by car.
    2. take somebody to something A boy took us to our room.
    3. take somebody doing something I'm taking the kids swimming later.

    definition 3: [transitive] take somebody/something + adv./prep. to make somebody/something go from one level, situation, etc. to another

    examples:

    1. Her energy and talent took her to the top of her profession.
    2. The new loan takes the total debt to $100 000.
    3. I'd like to take my argument a stage further.
  • [Verb 4] overfulfill

    [Verb Forms]: [overfulfilled]    [overfulfilling]    

    definition : [transitive verb]  to exceed requirements in fulfilling (something)

    examples:

    1. overfulfilled their production quota
  • [Verb 5] cablecast

  • [Verb 6] chargesheet

    [Verb Forms]: [present simple I / you / we / they chargesheet]    [he / she / it chargesheets]    [past simple chargesheeted]    [past participle chargesheeted]    [-ing form chargesheeting]    

    definition : chargesheet somebody (for something) to accuse somebody formally of committing an offence and to ask for an official reply or defence

New Verb Generator

About Verb Generator

If you are looking for a verb generator, you have come to the right place.

We have produced a very powerful random verb generator. We have collected more than 9000 common verbs, mainly from the Oxford dictionary. These verbs do not include verb variations, such as the past tense and the third person singular. Therefore, the verbs you use this verb generator to get are accurate and not verbose.

This verb generator is powerful because it has many ways to generate verbs. As you can see, you can enter the letter to be included, then specify the first letter and the last letter of the verb, and also set the length and number of syllables of the verb. This can help you generate almost any verb you want.

For each generated verb, you can see detailed definitions, examples, and verb forms, which can help you better understand and remember verbs.

What can this verb generator be used for?

1. As a learning tool, if you are learning words, especially verbs, this tool will be a good helper for you. By specifying conditions, you can generate verbs within a certain range, which can help you greatly improve your efficiency.

2. As an inspiration tool, Maybe you are writing a song or a novel. Maybe you should use this verb generator to expand your vocabulary, help you choose more accurate verbs, and make your work more attractive. Or, when you are lacking in inspiration, you can randomly generate some verbs for the story.

3. As a game tool; Yes, this verb generator can be used as a game tool. You can play a game of guessing verbs with your friends. You can do the corresponding actions according to the verbs, and they can guess the verbs according to your actions. It will be very interesting.


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