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  1. to believe
  2. to crumble (fall)
  3. to tear up
  4. to celebrate
  5. to motion (wave, sweep)
  6. to move (make)
  7. to pour (any non solid material)
  8. to bake
  9. to stumble
  10. to dwindle (wither away, vanish, disappear)
  11. to stream tranquilly, in small ripple
  12. to sew (stitch)
  13. to scold, trim
  14. to protect (keep, save)
  15. to sense (feel)
  16. to continue (proceed; drag, carry)
  17. to move (be in motion)
  18. to mistake (err, be under misapprehension)
  19. to fly
  20. to copy
  21. to connect (join)
  22. to riddle (ask a riddle)
  23. (dial.) to go in a hurry
  24. to disappear
  25. to step (tread (on); trample)
  26. to love
  27. to concern (be interesting)
  28. to obsess (crowd in)
  29. to swallow (guttle)
  30. to hammer
  31. to pull (trail, drag)
  32. to grow
  33. to prop (bear up; support)
  34. to lay (pave; to tell, report, retail; to make a bed (lova))
  35. to do
  36. to show
  37. to carry (by vehicle)
  38. to dig
  39. to feed on (fare, live on)
  40. to grind, mill
  41. to spread (open out)
  42. to soak (dip)
  43. to sink (to viscous material)
  44. to peel (flay; swinge, thrash)
  45. to tell on
  46. to compare (level, make level)
  47. to dream
  48. to stand (hold good, be valid)
  49. to swing (sway, rock)
  50. to blow (toot)
  51. to ask
  52. to get a scare (fright; to lose courage)
  53. to follow
  54. to suck
  55. to rot (putrefy)
  56. to make
  57. to twinkle (blink)
  58. to thrust (hustle; pestle; tamp)
  59. to become red (to redden)
  60. to splash on (slap; slam)
  61. to be submerged and still
  62. to pour ((liquid); water (plants))
  63. to lead
  64. to ride on horse
  65. to foster; cherish
  66. to fray (decay, become dull)
  67. to be ill
  68. to be able
  69. to raise
  70. to prick (stick)
  71. to put (slip, poke, stick in)
  72. to disintegrate (decay, crumble)
  73. to jump (spring, leap; hop in, out; dance)
  74. to fire heater
  75. to sing
  76. to remain
  77. to sell
  78. to suck (nurse (at))
  79. to know (be acquaintance with)
  80. to explode
  81. to be stopping ((intransitive) shining, burning, working (for light, fire; life; motor))
  82. to incline (bow down (hung things, boughs))
  83. to wheel (roll, make roll; bowl)
  84. to be hungry
  85. to row (oar)
  86. to seek (aim (at, for))
  87. to foam
  88. to dear
  89. to push (move)
  90. to earn
  91. to drink
  92. to clap (applaud; flatten; swat)
  93. to want
  94. to swing (sway, rock)
  95. to become white (to whiten)
  96. to chant (religious); warble, crow
  97. to become red (to redden; to blush)
  98. to fit
  99. to fit
  100. to convey (carry)
  101. to tune (sound)
  102. to break (transitive)
  103. to rake
  104. to wade (go on foot through water, grass etc.)
  105. to be angry (annoyed)
  106. to get
  107. to fade
  108. to tear (rip)
  109. to plait (weave; pleach)
  110. to glitter (glint, star)
  111. to squat (hunker)
  112. to throw
  113. to associate ((with), communicate (with))
  114. to crumble (fall down (for particles))
  115. to speak (purport)
  116. to cover
  117. to hear
  118. to work
  119. to beautify
  120. to trench (burrow)
  121. to rise (emerge (e.g. question))
  122. to plunder (kidnap; usurp, hog)
  123. to flail
  124. to catch
  125. to spread (proliferate, circulate)
  126. to pick (collect)
  127. to know (be aware (of; that))
  128. to go
  129. to drive (on foot)
  130. to use
  131. to play (musical instrument)
  132. to be worth for being done / to be done
  133. to rot
  134. to plough
  135. to shave (scale, peel, scrape; run fast)
  136. to stiffen (strengthen, firm up)
  137. to become expensive
  138. to give back (return)
  139. to die (stop living)
  140. to become
  141. to have difficulties (be in hardship)
  142. to sleep
  143. to become familiar (to explore; recognize)
  144. to eat ((for animals); eat like an animal; erode)
  145. to mutate (vary)
  146. to strand (twist; chase)
  147. to steal
  148. to hurt (ache)
  149. to cease (desist)
  150. to sow (seed; disseminate)
  151. to cut (fell (by axe); cross, traverse; strike, smite; pitch in (food))
  152. to shoot
  153. to boil
  154. to smile
  155. to grab (snatch)
  156. to take
  157. to hang over (execute)
  158. to stick (cling)
  159. to wink (to close eyes)
  160. to smash (chip)
  161. to save up (gather, amass)
  162. to kick
  163. to herd (goad, drive)
  164. to rain
  165. to throw
  166. to ruin (demolish; unsettle)
  167. to intrude (thrust one's way; be breaking in)
  168. to sour (become turned)
  169. to milk
  170. to come back (return)
  171. to be late
  172. to peck
  173. to poison
  174. to speak
  175. to weep (mourn)
  176. to mount (tread (on); scale, climb)
  177. to deteriorate (decay; spoil; corrupt)
  178. to wimp out
  179. to tickle (titillate)
  180. to sit down (sit up; mount, get on (car, plain etc.))
  181. to measure
  182. to become remote (distant, to recede)
  183. to become more clear (bold, bright, glowing)
  184. to bite
  185. to wipe (sweep across; line through)
  186. to tie (associate, bond)
  187. to perish
  188. to pluck (fruits, flowers etc.)
  189. to rub
  190. to see
  191. to fall asleep
  192. to let (allow; spend)
  193. to give
  194. to expand (widen, amplify)
  195. to get through
  196. to scurry (fly)
  197. to pronounce (assume)
  198. to roll (bowl)
  199. to listen
  200. to fall down (collapse)
  201. to say
  202. to attract (seduce, bait)
  203. to be born (arrive)
  204. to change
  205. to heal (recover)
  206. to be angry (širdis - heart)
  207. to run
  208. to find
  209. to burn
  210. to put (lay, set; place)
  211. to freeze (to cool; to feel cold)
  212. to carry (going on foot)
  213. to shake down
  214. to take care
  215. to put on (glove, shoe)
  216. to remember (recollect)
  217. to knit
  218. to send
  219. to fall
  220. to attack (fling, throw oneself, make a dive)
  221. to investigate (analyse; research)
  222. to defend
  223. to blush
  224. to lay bricks (set)
  225. to sharpen (hone)
  226. to turn (bear (to); spin; wrap)
  227. to be at war (wage war)
  228. to pop in and out