Transitive Verbs and Intransitive Verbs Examples and Definition

Transitive Verbs and Intransitive Verbs Examples and Definition







transitive verb requires an object in the form of a noun or pronoun to complete its meaning. Transitive verbs are used with a direct object.

  • Turn on
  • Soothe
  • Grab
  • Empower
  • Ignite
  • Praise
  • Impress
  • Prime
  • Inflate
  • Jiggle
  • Teach
  • Active
  • Push
  • Summon
  • Preach
  • Strengthen
  • Elate
  • Mold
  • Bedazzle
  • Tempt
  • Chide
  • Cajole
  • Kindle
  • Assure
  • Butter
  • Cuddle
  • Hold
  • Hug
  • Enthuse
  • Shine
  • Gratify
  • Love
  • Appraise
  • Relieve
  • Relax
  • Feed

 





Intransitive verbs used in a causative sense are called transitive verbs. An intransitive verb will make sense without one.

  • act
  • adapt
  • crawl
  • dance
  • erupt
  • escape
  • expand
  • explode
  • fade
  • fall
  • fast
  • float
  • fly
  • gallop
  • grow
  • jump
  • kneel
  • lead
  • lean
  • leap
  • learn
  • left
  • limp
  • listen
  • march
  • mourn
  • move
  • panic
  • party
  • pause
  • peep
  • pose
  • pounce
  • pout
  • pray
  • preen

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