What is the verb for regret?
Regret is already a verb because it is an action.
Other verbs are regrets, regretting and regretted.
Some example sentences are:
"I regret the decision".
"He regrets accepting the offer".
"I am regretting what I said".
"He soon regretted forgetting his parachute".
Regret is a verb.
The noun 'regret' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for a feeling of sadness or disappointment caused by something beyond a person's control; an expression of sorrow or disappointment; a word for an emotion; a word for a thing. The word 'regret' is also a verb: regret, regrets, regretting, regretted.
Vivere senza rimpianto is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "To live without regret". Specifically, the verb vivere is "to live". The preposition senza means "without". The masculine noun rimpianto translates as "regret". The pronunciation will be "VEE-vey-rey SEHN-tsah reem-PYAHN-toh" in Italian.
(verb - to regret or feel remorse) He knew that he would rue the day that he became enmired in politics. (noun - sorrow, regret) The city leaders felt considerable rue over the forced eviction of the homeless from their shanty town. *The word "rue" also means "street" in French, as in Rue de Rivoli in Paris.
it does depend on what it is you regret. If you regret being negative towards someone you could apologize for this and then it will settle your regret. however if you can not do this in the situation, you must acknowledge your regret and the reasons for this and then identify what this can teach you so that in the future you can avoid doing this again. it is important to remember that everything you…