The word "transitive" is not a verb, it's an adjective. A transitive verb is an action verb that has a direct object.
transitive means the verb has a direct object... and about isn't a verb
Edit is a transitive verb.
A transitive verb is a verb in which the action is being done to someone or something else. "sit down" is not transitive. "Chop the vegetables" contains a transitive verb.
Yes. Any verb that takes a direct object is a transitive verb (as in: Lady GaGa HAS a ________).
No, a transitive verb is a verb that requires both a direct subject and one or more objects. Some auxilliary (helping) verbs are, however, transitive verbs.
Sing may be transitive or intransitive.
To fell a tree = transitive I fell = intransitive
To give is a transitive verb. It does something to something.
No, a transitive verb is a verb describing a change of state. For example, to wake up is transitive verb as it is the act of going from being asleep to being awake. To fly is a verb of movement.
Close is a transitive verb because the word, "close" needs and object to identify the verb.
Chirped is transitive
Raise and Rise is the example of the transitive verb rise.
A transitive verb is one that requires both a subject and an object (or objects) such as:The dog (subject) barked (active transitive verb) at the mailman (object).Shifting the transitive verb to the passive voice is done by talking about the action rather than describing it directly:The mailman (subject) was barked at (passive transitive verb) by the dog.
No, the word transitive is an adjective, and grammatically it can refer to the transitive form of a verb. The word is based on the noun "transit" which is also a verb.
Ran is the past tense of the verb to run, which can be transitive or intransitive. e.g. He ran to work (intransitive) He ran the distance. (transitive) They ran the dogs every weekend. (transitive) They ran a travel agency. (transitive)
This is not really a sentence. It has a passive verb phrase an actor but no non-actor or subject. Passive sentences usually require a verb that takes an object - a transitive verb. So I would say bake is a transitive verb. Some verbs can be both transitive or non transitive. The bread was baked by mother.
I believe it would be transitive :)
yes the word wash is transitive
Yes, it is transitive verb.
A transitive verb