The English verbs conjugation English/Arabic dictionary


This The English verbs conjugation English/Arabic dictionary contains two hundred and sixty - eight pages that were written by the author, Ahmed Hanafi Hassan. This dictionary first appearance was in 2008, hoping that students and scholars would cover their needs from this work.

In this dictionary, the author attempted to include the English words used in the present time, with the most common Arabic meanings used for each verb.

It is known that acts in English are divided into two parts; regular verbs that end with "ed" are "play - played" and the other one called the irregular verbs which have no specific rules of conjugation , as example : ”go - went ".

The author has written in this dictionary The regular and irregular verbs with their conjugation in the tenses of the past simple and the past perfect.
From the verbs “regular and irregular” that have been mentioned in this book with their meaning are the following examples :
*abate – abated – abated : i.e. to become less intense or widespread.
*abuse – abused – abused : i.e to use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse.
*accommodate – accommodated – accommodated: i.e. to fit in with the wishes or needs of.
*add – added – added : i.e. to join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount.
*adhere – adhered – adhered :i.e. to stick fast to (a surface or substance).
*adjust – adjusted – adjusted : i.e. to alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result.
*ally – allied – allied: i.e. to combine or unite a resource or commodity with (another) for mutual benefit.
*beg – begged – begged: i.e.to ask for something, typically food or money, as charity or a gift.
 *winter-kill  , winter-killed  , winter-killed : i.e. To die from the bitterly cold weather.
*wire – wired – wired: i.e. to install electric circuits or wires in.
*withdraw – withdrew – withdrawn : i.e. to remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position or to cease to take an addictive drug.
 * wildcat - wildcatted – wildcatted: i.e. to prospect for oil.
*whisk – whisked – whisked : i.e. to take or move (someone or something) in a particular direction suddenly and quickly.
*wet – wetted – wetted : i.e. to cover or touch with liquid; moisten.
*welter – weltered – weltered :i.e. to move in a turbulent fashion.
 *weave – wove – wove , woven i.e. to twist and turn from side to side while moving somewhere in order to avoid obstructions or to form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them.
*wave – waved – waved : i.e. to move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal.
*warm – warmed – warmed : i.e. to make or become warm.
* warp – warped – warped: i.e. to become or cause to become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or dampness.








This The English verbs conjugation English/Arabic dictionary contains two hundred and sixty - eight pages that were written by the author, Ahmed Hanafi Hassan. This dictionary first appearance was in 2008, hoping that students and scholars would cover their needs from this work.

In this dictionary, the author attempted to include the English words used in the present time, with the most common Arabic meanings used for each verb.

It is known that acts in English are divided into two parts; regular verbs that end with "ed" are "play - played" and the other one called the irregular verbs which have no specific rules of conjugation , as example : ”go - went ".

The author has written in this dictionary The regular and irregular verbs with their conjugation in the tenses of the past simple and the past perfect.
From the verbs “regular and irregular” that have been mentioned in this book with their meaning are the following examples :
*abate – abated – abated : i.e. to become less intense or widespread.
*abuse – abused – abused : i.e to use (something) to bad effect or for a bad purpose; misuse.
*accommodate – accommodated – accommodated: i.e. to fit in with the wishes or needs of.
*add – added – added : i.e. to join (something) to something else so as to increase the size, number, or amount.
*adhere – adhered – adhered :i.e. to stick fast to (a surface or substance).
*adjust – adjusted – adjusted : i.e. to alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result.
*ally – allied – allied: i.e. to combine or unite a resource or commodity with (another) for mutual benefit.
*beg – begged – begged: i.e.to ask for something, typically food or money, as charity or a gift.
 *winter-kill  , winter-killed  , winter-killed : i.e. To die from the bitterly cold weather.
*wire – wired – wired: i.e. to install electric circuits or wires in.
*withdraw – withdrew – withdrawn : i.e. to remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position or to cease to take an addictive drug.
 * wildcat - wildcatted – wildcatted: i.e. to prospect for oil.
*whisk – whisked – whisked : i.e. to take or move (someone or something) in a particular direction suddenly and quickly.
*wet – wetted – wetted : i.e. to cover or touch with liquid; moisten.
*welter – weltered – weltered :i.e. to move in a turbulent fashion.
 *weave – wove – wove , woven i.e. to twist and turn from side to side while moving somewhere in order to avoid obstructions or to form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them.
*wave – waved – waved : i.e. to move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal.
*warm – warmed – warmed : i.e. to make or become warm.
* warp – warped – warped: i.e. to become or cause to become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or dampness.



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