On this page are 29 Verb-Particle Combinations starting with the letter "I".
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with A (64)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with B (147)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with C (135)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with D (116)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with E (45)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with F (59)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with G (75)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with H (53)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with I (29)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with J (18)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with K (35)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with L (86)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with M (54)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with N (30)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with O (18)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with P (100)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with Q (9)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with R (113)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with S (124)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with T (98)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with U (4)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with V (22)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with W (84)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with Y (9)
- Verb-Particle Combinations Begin with Z (6)
- Verb-Particle Combinations X (2)
|Base||Past Verb||Past Participle||Present Participle||Definitions||Example|
|Identify with||Identified with||Identified with||Identifying with||1. To feel a strong connection or affinity with someone or something, often due to shared characteristics, experiences, or beliefs.
2. To perceive oneself as similar to or part of a particular group, culture, or identity.
|1. She identifies with the struggles of single parents because she was raised by a single mother.
2. Many young people today identify with the values of environmental sustainability and social justice.
|Immerse in||Immersed in||Immersed in||Immersing in||1. To become fully involved or absorbed in a particular activity, experience, or environment.
2. To surround or submerge something completely in a liquid or substance.
|1. She likes to immerse herself in a good book on the weekends.
2. The chef will immerse the vegetables in boiling water for a few seconds to blanch them.
|Impact on||Impacted on||Impacted on||Impacting on||1. To have an effect or influence on something.
2. To collide with or strike something with force.
|1. The economic recession had a significant impact on the company's profits.
2. The car accident impacted on the front bumper, causing significant damage.
|Impinge on||Impinged on||Impinged on||Impinging on||1. To have a noticeable and usually unwelcome effect on something.
2. To encroach or infringe on someone else's rights, space, or boundaries.
|1. The economic crisis impinged on their ability to invest in new projects.
2. The new construction project impinged on the neighboring properties, causing disputes.
|Imprint with||Imprinted with||Imprinted with||Imprinting with||1. To create a lasting or memorable impression on something or someone.
2. To mark or stamp something with a particular design, pattern, or information.
|1. The beautiful landscape imprinted with a sense of tranquility in her mind.
2. The logo was imprinted with the company's name and slogan.
|Impose on||Imposed on||Imposed on||Imposing on||1. To force or place a burden, duty, or obligation on someone.
2. To intrude on someone's time, space, or privacy without their consent.
|1. The new tax law will impose additional financial burdens on middle-income families.
2. I didn't want to impose on their hospitality, so I declined their offer to stay overnight.
|Improve on||Improved on||Improved on||Improving on||To make enhancements or refinements to something in order to make it better or more effective.||She decided to improve on her previous design by adding more details and colors.|
|Incline towards||Inclined towards||Inclined towards||Inclining towards||1. To have a tendency or preference for something.
2. To lean or tilt in a particular direction physically or figuratively.
|1. He always inclined towards a career in music.
2. The tower was inclining towards the north due to strong winds.
|Indulge in||Indulged in||Indulged in||Indulging in||1. To allow oneself to enjoy or partake in something to excess, especially something pleasurable or indulgent.
2. To gratify or yield to one's desires or whims.
|1. She decided to indulge in a piece of chocolate cake, even though she was on a diet.
2. During the vacation, they indulged in all their favorite activities, from sunbathing to fine dining.
|Inform on||Informed on||Informed on||Informing on||1. To provide information or evidence about someone's wrongdoing to the authorities or another party.
2. To report or betray someone to the authorities for their illegal or unethical activities.
|1. He decided to inform on his former associates to reduce his own sentence.
2. Some people are afraid to inform on criminals for fear of retaliation.
|Infringe on||Infringed on||Infringed on||Infringing on||1. To violate or breach a law, rule, agreement, or right, often by encroaching on someone else's territory or rights.
2. To encroach upon or invade someone's personal space, privacy, or comfort in a way that causes discomfort or annoyance.
|1. The new regulations infringe on our freedom of speech.
2. Please don't infringe on my personal space like that.
|Infuse with||Infused with||Infused with||Infusing with||To fill or permeate something with a particular quality, substance, or influence.||The chef infused the dish with aromatic herbs, enhancing its flavor.|
|Ink in||Inked in||Inked in||Inking in||To draw or write something using ink, typically in a careful or detailed manner.||She inked in the final details of the illustration.|
|Inquire about||Inquired about||Inquired about||Inquiring about||To seek information or details about something through asking questions.||He inquired about the availability of tickets for the concert.|
|Inquire after||Inquired after||Inquired after||Inquiring after||To ask about someone's well-being or condition.||She inquired after your health when you were sick.|
|Inquire into||Inquired into||Inquired into||Inquiring into||To investigate or look into a matter or issue thoroughly.||The committee decided to inquire into the allegations of misconduct.|
|Insinuate into||Insinuated into||Insinuated into||Insinuating into||To subtly introduce or suggest something into a situation or conversation, often with a hidden or ulterior motive.||She tried to insinuate herself into the group's plans for the weekend.|
|Insist on||Insisted on||Insisted on||Insisting on||1. To assert or demand firmly and persistently.
2. To continue doing something in a determined manner despite resistance or opposition.
|1. She insisted on finishing the project despite the setbacks.
2. He insisted on his right to a fair trial.
|Intend to||Intended to||Intended to||Intending to||1. To have a plan or purpose to do something in the future.
2. To have a specific intention or aim in mind.
|1. She intends to start a new business next year.
2. I intended to visit the museum, but I didn't have enough time.
|Interfere with||Interfered with||Interfered with||Interfering with||1. To become involved in someone else's business or affairs without being invited or needed.
2. To hinder or obstruct the normal functioning, progress, or development of something.
|1. He always interferes with our conversations, even when we don't want his input.
2. The bad weather interfered with our plans to go camping.
|Inure to||Inured to||Inured to||Inuring to||To become accustomed to something unpleasant or difficult over time, making it less bothersome or painful.||After years of hard work, he had inured himself to the long hours and stress of his job.|
|Invest in||Invested in||Invested in||Investing in||To put money, time, or resources into a business, project, or opportunity with the expectation of achieving a profitable return.||He decided to invest in real estate, hoping to generate passive income from rental properties.|
|Invite around||Invited around||Invited around||Inviting around||To ask someone to come to your house or a specific location, typically for a social gathering or event.||He invited his friends around for a barbecue on Saturday.|
|Invite out||Invited out||Invited out||Inviting out||To ask someone to go out or accompany you, typically for a social activity (such as dinner, a movie, etc.).||He decided to invite her out for a romantic dinner.|
|Invite over||Invited over||Invited over||Inviting over||To ask someone to come to your house or a specific location, typically for a social gathering or event.||We should invite the neighbors over for dinner sometime.|
|Invest in||Invested in||Invested in||Investing in||To put money, time, or resources into a particular venture, project, or asset with the expectation of achieving a profit or benefit in the future.||Many people choose to invest in real estate for long-term financial security.|
|Involve in||Involved in||Involved in||Involving in||1. To include or engage someone or something in a particular activity, situation, or process.
2. To participate or take part in something.
3. To entangle or connect someone or something with a situation or problem.
|1. I can't involve you in this project; it's too complicated.
2. She's actively involved in volunteering at the local shelter.
3. His actions will involve the company in a legal dispute.
|Issue from||Issued from||Issued from||Issuing from||1. To originate or arise from a particular source or cause.
2. To be a result or consequence of something.
|1. Many problems in the company issue from poor communication among the teams.
2. The tensions between the two countries issued from historical conflicts.
|Itch for||Itched for||Itched for||Itching for||1. To have a strong desire or craving for something, often something specific.
2. To be eager or impatient to do or experience something.
|1. After a week of healthy eating, she was itching for a slice of chocolate cake.
2. The kids were itching for the summer vacation to begin.