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Italian verbs: -ere

Italian verbs ending in "ere"

piacere to have pleasure
chiedere* to ask
chiudere* to close
compiere to have a birthday
credere* to believe
leggere* to read
perdere* to lose, to miss (the bus)
prendere* to take, to catch
ricavere* to receive
ripetere* to repeat
rispondere* to answer
scrivere* to write
vedere* to see
vivere* to live
cadere to fall
correre to run
(di)scendere to decend, to go down, to get off
mettere to put, to wear
nascere to be born
vincere to win
spendere to spend (money)
accorgere to become aware
corrispondere to correspond
conoscere to be acquainted with someone, to meet for the first time
esplodere to explode
commettere to commit, to perpetuate
piangere to cry
commuovere to move emotionally
tacere to be silent
uccidere to kill
ravvendere to repent, to mend one's ways
procedere to proceed
discutere to discuss
Created by: eschickling