Verb > Hire

Verb > Hire 1 a : chiefly US : to give work or a job to (someone) in exchange for wages or a salary (+ object) She had very little office experience, so the company wouldn’t hire her. a hired Read More …

Verb > Fumble

Verb > Fumble 1 : (no object) : to search for something by reaching or touching with your fingers in an awkward or clumsy way She fumbled in her pocket for her keys. He fumbled (around) for the light switch. Read More …

Verb > Emerge

Verb > Emerge (no object) 1 a : to become known or apparent The facts emerged after a lengthy investigation. A simple pattern has emerged. (=become clear) Several possible candidates have emerged. 1 b : to become known or regarded Read More …

Verb > Migrate

Verb > Migrate (no object) 1 : to move from one country or place to live or work in another He migrates from New York to Florida each winter. Thousands of workers migrate to this area each summer. 2 : Read More …

Verb > Deflect

Verb > Deflect 1 : a (+ object) : to cause (something that is moving) to change direction armor that can deflect bullets The goalie deflected the ball with his hands. b : (no object) : to hit something and Read More …

Verb > Quarrel

Verb > Quarrel (no object) to argue about or disagree with something The children quarrel all the time. She and her husband are always quarreling about/over money. I don’t want to quarrel with you. I won’t quarrel (=disagree) with your Read More …

Verb > Restore

Verb > Restore (+ object) 1 : to give back (someone or something that was lost or taken) : to return (someone or something) — often + to The police restored the stolen purse to its owner. The police restored Read More …