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Irregular verbs 5

Irregular verb forms and meaning (starting with m, p, r)

Infinitivepastpast participleDefinition
make made made create; cause to exist or happen, bring about
mean meant meant denote, signify, represent; intend
meet met met come upon by chance or arrangement; be introduced to
pay paid paid give money in return for good
put put put place in a specified location, set
read read read peruse; examine and grasp the meaning of written or printed characters, words,...
ride rode ridden travel over a surface; be carried or conveyed in a vehicle or on horseback
ring rang rung phone; cause a bell to make a resonant sound; form into a circular shape; encircle
rise rose risen ascent; assume a standing position after lying, sitting or kneeling
run run run move swiftly on foot so that both feet leave the ground during each stride; move at a fast gallop
Created by: eoiteacher