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Italian -re verbs

list of regulare -ire (-isco) verbs

Italian VerbsEnglish
acconsentire to agree, consent
aprire to open
bollire to boil
coprire to cover
dormire to sleep
fuggire to escape, flee
partire to leave,depart
scoprire to discover
seguire to follow
sentire to hear,feel
servire to serve
vestire to dress, wear
soffrire to suffer
apparire to appear, to seem
capire to understand
costruire to build, construct
finire to finish
impedire to impede, prevent, hinder
pulire to clean
riferire to refer
obbedire to obey
preferire to prefer
spedire to send by mail
fornire to supply
proibire to forbid, prohibit
restituire to give back (return)
punire to punish
suggerire to suggest
ubbidire to obey
disobbedire to disobey
guarire to heal
ardire to dare
Created by: italbabble