Necessary Vocabulary







Necessary / ˈnesəseri / (ˈনেসসেরি) adj {প্রয়োজনীয়; আবশ্যক; দরকারি; অপরিহার্য} [that is needed for a purpose or a particular result]: We will do whatever is necessary to stop them.

 

<SYN> Essential

Vocabulary / vəˈkæbjəleri / (ˈক্যাব্যিউলেরি) n {শব্দভাণ্ডার} [all the words that a person knows or uses]: Learners of languages acquire vocabulary through practice.



Present

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   Past     Participle

 

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    +ing

Do / du; duː / (ডূ) v {করা} [used to refer to actions that do not mention]: What are you doing over the weekend?  

 

Did / dɪd / (ডিড্)

 

Done / dʌn / (ডান্‌): What have you done to your hair?

Does / dʌz / (ডাজ্‌)

Doing / ˈduːɪŋ / (ˈডূঙ্‌)

Go / ɡoʊ / (গৌ) v {যাওয়া} [to move or travel to another place]: Let's go. It took us an hour to go three miles.

 

Went / went / (ওয়েন্ঠ‌):

Gone / ɡɑːn / (গআন্‌): This milk has gone sour.

Goes / ɡoʊz / (গৌজ্‌)

Going / ˈɡoʊɪŋ / (গৌইং)

Come / kʌm / (খাম্‌) v {আসা} [to move or travel towards a person or a place]: They come to work by bus.

 

Came / keɪm / (খেইম্‌):

Come / kʌm / (খাম্‌):

Comes / kʌmz / (খামজ্‌): Here comes Adam.

Coming / ˈkʌmɪŋ / (খামিঙ্‌):

Drink / drɪŋk / (ড্রিঙ্‌ক্‌) v {পান করা} [to take liquid into the mouth and swallow it]: I do not drink coffee. Do not drink and drive.

 

Drank / dræŋk / (ড্র্যাঙ্‌ক্‌)

Drunk / drʌŋk / (ড্রাঙ্‌ক্‌)

Drinks / drɪŋks / (ড্রিঙ্‌ক্স): He drinks like a fish.

Drinking / drɪŋkɪŋ / (ড্রিঙকিঙ্)

Eat / iːt / (ঈট্‌) v {খাওয়া} [to put or take food in your mouth, chew it, and swallow it]: Please try and eat something, It will do you good. You look good enough to eat!

Dine / daɪn / (ডান্‌) v {ভোজন করা} [to eat the main meal of the day, usually in the evening]:


Ate / eɪt / (ট্‌): I ate very well most of the time.





Dined / daɪnd / (ডান্ড্‌)

Eaten / iːtn / (ঈট্‌ন্‌)






Dined / daɪnd / (ডান্ড্‌): Her boss took her out to be wined and dined.

Eats / iːts / (ঈটছ্‌)






Dines / daɪnz / (ডানজ্‌)

Eating / ˈiːtɪŋ / (ঈটিঙ্‌)






Dining / daɪnɪŋ / (ডানিং)

Play / pleɪ / (ফ্লে) v {খেলা করা} [to take part in sports; to compete against somebody or other organized activity]: Let's play a different game.

 

Played / pleɪd / (ফ্লেড্‌)

Played / pleɪd / (ফ্লেড্‌)

Plays / pleɪz / (ফ্লে‌জ)

Playing / ˈpleɪɪŋ / (ফ্লেইইঙ্‌)

Read / riːd / (রীড্‌) v {পড়া} [to look at and understand the meaning of written or printed words or symbols]: I read a story to my son every night. I regularly read 'Time'. I am trying to read the map. Most children can read by the age of seven. Shall I read this out to you? Can you read music?

 

Read / red / (রেড্‌)

Read / red / (রেড্‌)

Reads / riːdz / (রীড্‌জ্‌): He reads voraciously.

Reading / ˈriːdɪŋ / (রীডিঙ্‌): I listen to children reading aloud.

Sing / sɪŋ / (ছিঙ্‌) v {গান করা} [to make musical sounds with your voice, usually a tune or a song with words]: I sing about love most of the time.

 

Sang / sæŋ / (ছ্যাঙ্‌): She sang the baby to sleep. We played and sang together.


Sung / sʌŋ / (ছাঙ্‌)

Sings / sɪŋz / (ছিঙ্‌জ্‌): He usually sings in the shower.

Singing / ˈsɪŋɪŋ / (ছিঙ্‌ঙ্‌)

Write / raɪt / (রাইট্‌) v {লেখা} [to make letters or numbers on a surface or on a computer screen, especially using a pen, pencil, or keyboard to produce words]: Please write your name at the top of the paper.

 

Wrote / roʊt / (রৌট্‌): He wrote in Farcie.

He wrote back to her the next day.

Written / ˈrɪtn / (রিটন্‌)

Writes / raɪts / (রাটছ্‌): He writes for 'The New York Times'

Writing / ˈraɪtɪŋ / (রাটিঙ্‌)

Choose / tʃuːz / (চূজ্‌) v {পছন্দ করা} [to decide what you want from two or more things]: You choose, I cannot decide.

 

Chose / tʃoʊz / (চৌজ্‌)

Chosen / ˈtʃoʊzn / (চৌজন্‌): He did well in his chosen profession.

Chooses / tʃuːziz / (চূজিজ্‌)

Choosing / tʃuːzɪŋ / (চূজিঙ্‌)

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Select / sɪˈlekt / (ছিলেক্‌ঠ্‌) v {বেছে নেওয়া} [to choose somebody/ something from a group of people or a small number of things, or to choose by making careful decisions]: Students select modules according to their interests.

 

 

Selected / sɪˈlektɪd / (ছিলেকঠিড্‌): She was selected to play for England at the age of only 20.

 

Selected / sɪˈlektɪd / (ছিলেকঠিড্‌)

 

Selects / sɪˈlekts / (ছিলেক্‌ঠ্‌ছ্‌)

 

Selecting / sɪˈlektɪŋ / (ছিলেক্‌ঠিং)

Keep / kiːp / (কীপ্‌) v {রাখা} [to have in a particular condition or in your possession]: Sit down and keep calm! Do not keep us in suspense, what happened next?

 

 Kept / kept / (কেপ্ট্‌): She kept the kids amused for hours.

 Kept / kept / (কেপ্ট্‌)

 Keeps / kiːps / (কীপছ্‌): I am amazed that he keeps so cheerful.

 Keeping / kiːpɪŋ / (কীপিঙ্‌)

Give / ɡɪv / (গিভ্‌) v {দেওয়া} [to hand something to someone so that they can look at it, use it or keep it for a time]: Let me give you a word of advice.

 

Gave / ɡeɪv / (গেইভ্‌): He gave her a fond smile.

Given / ˈɡɪvn / (গিভ্‌ন্‌): You have given me your cold.

Gives / ɡɪvz / (গিভ্‌জ্‌)

Giving / ˈɡɪvɪŋ / (গিভিঙ্‌)

Work / wɜːrk / (ওয়ার্ক্‌) v {কাজ করা} [to do something that a person uses physical or mental effort, usually as part of a job]I work more efficiently on my own.

 

Worked / wɜːrkt / (ওয়ার্ক্‌ট্‌): He worked as a bricklayer's mate.

Worked / wɜːrkt / (ওয়ার্ক্‌ট্‌)

Works / wɜːrks / (ওয়ার্কছ্‌)

Working / ˈwɜːrkɪŋ / (ওয়া্র্কিঙ্‌)

Help / help / (হেল্প্‌) v {সাহায্য করা} [to make it possible or easier for somebody to do something, by doing part of The work yourself or by giving them something that they seed]: Help, I am stuck! We all help with the housework.

 

Helped / helpt / (হেল্পট্‌)

Helped / helpt / (হেল্পট্‌)

Helps / helps / (হেল্পছ্‌)

Helping / ˈhelpɪŋ / (হেল্পিঙ্‌)

Know / noʊ / (নৌ) v {জানা; চেনা} [to have information in your mind, because you have learned or been told it]: Kids learn very quickly. You still have a lot to learn.

 

Knew / nuː / (নূ)

Known / noʊn / (নৌন্‌)

Knows / noʊz / (নৌজ্‌)

Knowing / noʊɪŋ / (নৌইঙ্‌)

1. Lie / laɪ / (লাই) v {শোয়া; শয়ন করা} [(of a person or an animal) to be in or move into a horizontal position on a surface so that not standing or sitting]: Lie still while I put the bandage on.


Lay / leɪ / (লেই):

A pen lay on the table.

 

 

Lain / leɪn /(লেইন্‌)

Lies / laɪz / (লাইজ্‌): She lies awake at night, worrying.

 

 

Lying / laɪɪŋ / (লাইইঙ্‌)

2. Lie / laɪ / (লাই) v {মিথ্যা কথা} [to say or write something which is not true]: Do not lie to me!

 

Lied / laɪd / (লাইড্‌)

Lied / laɪd / (লাইড্‌)

Lies / laɪz / (লাইজ্‌)

Lying / laɪɪŋ /( লাইইঙ্‌)

1. Lay / leɪ / (লে) v {শোয়ানো; স্থাপন করা; বিছানো} [to put someone or something in a particular position, especially when it is done carefully or gently]:

 

Laid / leɪd / (লেড্‌): She laid the clothes neatly on her bed.

He laid the child tenderly on the bed.

 

Laid / leɪd / (লেড্‌)

Lays / leɪz / (লেজ্‌)

Laying / leɪɪŋ / (লেইং)

2. Lay / leɪ / (লে) v {(পাখি, মাছ বা কীটপতেঙ্গ সম্পর্কে) ডিম দেওয়া} [(of an animal or bird) to produce eggs from its body]:

 

Laid / leɪd / (লেড্‌)

Laid / leɪd / (লেড্‌): My chicken has laid an egg.

Lays / leɪz / (লেজ্‌)

Laying / leɪɪŋ / (লেইং)

Run / rʌn / (রান্‌) v {দৌড়ানো; পালানো} [(of people and some animals)to move using legs, going faster than walk]Quick, run for it!

 

Ran / ræn / (র‌্যান্‌): The dog ran off in fright.

 

Run / rʌn / (রান্‌)

Runs / rʌnz / (রান্‌জ্‌)

Running / rʌnɪŋ / (রানিঙ্‌): Your nose is running.

Sit / sɪt / (ছিট্‌) v {বসা} [to rest your weight on the lower part of the body with your back vertical, for example on a seat or other type of support]: Sit still, will you! Sit up straight, do not slouch.

 

Sat / sæt / (ছ্যাট্‌)

Sat / sæt / (ছ্যাট্‌)

Sits / sɪts / (ছিট্‌ছ্‌)

Sitting / sɪtɪŋ / (ছিটিঙ্‌)

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Speak / spiːk / (স্পীক্‌) v {কথা বলা} [to say words, to use the voice, or to have a conversation with somebody]: I speak for all my colleagues.


 

Spoke / spoʊk / (স্পৌক্‌)

 

Spoken / ˈspoʊkən / (স্পৌকএন্‌)

 

Speaks / spiːks / (স্পীকছ্‌)

 

Speaking / spiːkɪŋ / (স্পীকিং)

Say / seɪ / (ছেই) v {বলা; কওয়া} [to pronounce words or sounds, to express a thought, opinion, or suggestion, or to state a fact]: When you say something, you speak words.

 

Said / sed / (ছেড্‌): 'Hello' he said.

Said / sed / (ছেড্‌)

Says / sez / (ছেজ্‌)

Saying / seɪɪŋ / (ছেইইং)

Tell / tel / (ঠেল্‌) v {(কথায় বা লেখার মাধ্যমে) বলা, জানানো} [(of a person) to say something to somebody, by speaking or writing]Do not tell me what to do!

 

Told / toʊld / (ঠৌল্ড্‌)

Told / toʊld / (ঠৌল্ড্‌)

Tells / telz / (ঠেলজ্‌)

Telling / telɪŋ / (ঠেলিং)

Talk / tɔːk / (ঠোক্‌) v {কথা/ কথাবার্তা বলা; আলাপ/ আলোচনা করা; বকবক করা} [to say words aloud; to speak in order to give information or to express feelings, ideas, etc.]: All they talk about is clothes. My little boy has just started to talk.

 

Talked / tɔːkt / (ঠোক্‌ট্‌)

Talked / tɔːkt / (ঠোক্‌ট্‌)

Talks / tɔːks / (ঠোক্‌ছ্‌)

Talking / tɔːkɪŋ / (ঠোকিং): Stop talking, and listen!

State / steɪt / (স্টেইট্‌) v {বাক্যে প্রকাশ করা} [to formally say or write something, especially clearly and carefully]: Please state clearly how many tickets you require.

 

Stated / steɪtɪd / (স্টেইটিড্‌): Union members stated that they were unhappy with the proposal.

Stated / steɪtɪd / (স্টেইটিড্‌)

States / steɪts / (স্টেইটছ্‌)

Stating / steɪtɪŋ / (স্টেইটিং)

Discuss / dɪˈskʌs / (ডিছকাস্‌) v {আলোচনা করা} [to talk about a subject with somebody, especially in order to decide something]: He refused to discuss it with me.

 

Discussed / dɪˈskʌst / (ডিছকাস্ট্‌):

They briefly discussed buying a new car.

 

 

Discussed / dɪˈskʌst / (ডিছকাস্ট্‌)

Discusses / dɪˈskʌsɪz / (ডিছকাসিজ্‌)

Discussing / dɪˈskʌsɪŋ / (ডিছকাসিং)

Stand / stænd / (স্ট্যান্ড্‌) v {দাঁড়ানো} [(of a person or animal) to be on feet or to be in a vertical position]: Do not just stand there, do something.

Stood / stʊd / (স্টুড্‌): He stood on tiptoe to reach the shelf.

Stood / stʊd / (স্টুড্‌)

Stands / stændz / (স্ট্যান্ডজ্‌)

Standing / stændɪŋ / (স্ট্যান্ডিং)

Swim / swɪm / (ছুয়িম্‌) v {সাঁতার কাটা} [to move through the water by using the arms and legs of the body]: He learned to swim when He was really tiny

 

Swam / swæm / (ছুয়্যাম্‌): We swam out to the boat.

Swum / swʌm / (ছুয়াম্‌)

Swims / swɪmz / (ছুয়িমজ্‌)

Swimming / swɪmɪŋ / (ছুয়িমিং)

Take / teɪk / (ঠেইক্‌) v {নেওয়া; গ্রহণ করা} [to accept or have or to carry or move sth from one place to another]: Do you take milk in tea? Take this to the bank for me, would you?

 

Took / tʊk / (ঠুক্‌): A military junta took control of the country.

Taken / ˈteɪkən / (ঠেইখএন্‌)

Takes / teɪks / (ঠেইক্‌ছ্‌)

Taking / ˈteɪkɪŋ / (ঠেইকিং)

Want / wɑːnt / (ওয়আন্ঠ্‌) v {চাওয়া; প্রয়োজন হওয়া} [to have a desire or wish for a particular thing]: I want my car this color. I just want you to be happy. All I want is the truth.

 

Wanted / wɑːntɪd / (ওয়আন্ঠিড্‌)

Wanted / wɑːntɪd / (ওয়আন্ঠিড্‌)

Wants / wɑːnts / (ওয়আন্ঠছ্‌)

Wanting / wɑːntɪŋ / (ওয়আন্ঠিং)

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Wear / wer / (ওএর্‌) v {পরিধান করা; পরা} [to have on the body as a piece of clothing, jewelry, decoration, etc.]: She never wears make-up.

 

 

Wore / wɔːr / (ঔর্‌)

 

Worn / wɔːrn / (ওয়ার্ন্‌)

 

Wears / werz / (ওএরজ্‌): He always wears white.

 

Wearing / werɪŋ / (ওএরিং)

Save / seɪv / (ছেইভ্‌) v {রক্ষা করা; সচ্ঞয় করা} [to keep somebody or something safe from death, injured, loss, etc.]Doctors battled to save the little boy's life.

 

Saved / seɪvd / (ছেইভড্‌): I saved almost $500 so far.

Saved / seɪvd / (ছেইভড্‌)

Saves / seɪvz / (ছেইভ্‌জ্‌)

Saving / seɪvɪŋ / (ছেভিং): I am saving for a new vehicle. I am not very good at saving.

Sleep / sliːp / (স্লীফ্‌) v {ঘুমানো} [to rest with eyes closed and the body and mind are not active or unconscious]: Good night, sleep tight. to sleep well/deeply/soundly/badly

 

Slept / slept / (স্লেফঠ্‌): She slept solidly for eight hours.

 

Slept / slept / (স্লেফঠ্‌)

Sleeps / sliːps / (স্লীফ্‌ছ্‌)

Sleeping / sliːpɪŋ / (স্লীফিং)

Hope / hoʊp / (হৌপ্‌) v {আশা করা} [to want something to happen or to be true, and think that it is possible]: We hope to arrive around two.

 

Hoped / hoʊpt / (হৌপ্‌ট্‌)

Hoped / hoʊpt / (হৌপ্‌ট্‌)

Hopes / hoʊps / (হৌপ্‌ছ্‌)

Hoping / hoʊpɪŋ / (হৌপিং)

Earn / ɜːrn / (আঃর্ন্‌) v {আয় করা} [to get money as payment for work that you do]: What a lovely way to earn a living.

 

Earned / ɜːrnd / (আঃর্নড্‌)

Earned / ɜːrnd / (আঃর্ন্ড্‌)

Earns / ɜːrns / (আঃর্নজ্‌)

Earning / ɜːrnɪŋ / (আঃর্নিং)

Cook / kʊk / (কুক্‌) v {রান্না করা} [to prepare food, it to be eaten by heating it, for example by boiling, baking or frying it]: I don't cook meat very often.

Cooked / kʊkt / (কুক্ট্‌)

Cooked / kʊkt / (কুক্ট্‌)

Cooks / kʊks / (কুকছ্‌): Turn the fish over so that it cooks evenly.

 

Cooking / kʊkɪŋ / (কুকিং)

Bring / brɪŋ / (ব্রিং) v {আনা} [to come to a place or a person with something or someone]: Bring a present for me.

 

Brought / brɔːt / (ব্রোঠ)

Brought / brɔːt / (ব্রোঠ)

Brings / brɪŋz / (ব্রিংজ্‌)

Bringing / brɪŋɪŋ / (ব্রিংইং)

Build / bɪld / (বিল্ড্‌) v {নির্মাণ করা} [to make something by putting bricks, stones, cement, or other materials together]: Robins build nests almost anywhere.

 

Built / bɪlt / (বিলঠ্‌)

Built / bɪlt / (বিলঠ্‌)

Builds / bɪldz / (বিল্ডজ্‌)

Building / bɪldɪŋ / (বিল্ডিং)

Buy / baɪ / (বাই) v {কেনা; ক্রয় করা} [to get something by paying money for it]Six dollars does not buy much nowadays. There are some things money cannot buy.

 

Bought / bɔːt / (বওঃঠ্‌): I bought my four-wheeler second-hand.

Bought / bɔːt / (বওঃঠ্‌)

Buys / baɪz / (বাইজ্‌)

Buying / baɪɪŋ / (বাইইং)

Sell / sel / (ছেল্‌) v {বিক্রয় করা} [to give something to someone else in exchange for money]The stall sells snacks and drinks.

 

Sold / soʊld / (ছৌল্ড্‌)

Sold / soʊld / (ছৌল্ড্‌)

Sells / selz / (ছেলজ্‌)

Selling / selɪŋ / (ছেলিং)

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Walk / wɔːk / (ওয়ক্‌) v {হাঁটা} [to move along by putting one foot in front of the other on the ground, but not running]: Students here walk several miles to University (abbr. Univ.)

 

 

Walked / wɔːkt / (ওয়ক্‌ট্‌): I walked home from college.

 

 

 

Walked / wɔːkt / (ওয়ক্‌ট্‌)

 

Walks / wɔːks / (ওয়ক্‌ছ্‌)

 

Walking / wɔːkɪŋ / (ওয়কিং)

Clean / kliːn / (ক্লীন্‌) v {পরিষ্কার করা} [to remove dirt or dust from something by washing or rubbing it]:

 

Cleaned / kliːnd / (ক্লীন্ড্‌)

Cleaned / kliːnd / (ক্লীন্ড্‌)

Cleans / kliːnz / (ক্লীনজ্‌)

Cleaning / kliːnɪŋ / (ক্লীনিং): Your shoes need cleaning!

Think / θɪŋk / (থিঙ্ক্‌) v {চিন্তা করা} [to believe something or have an opinion or idea]: I often think of RAJU.

 

Thought / θɔːt / (থওঃঠ)

Thought / θɔːt / (থওঃঠ)

Thinks / θɪŋks / (থিঙ্ক্‌ছ্‌)

Thinking / θɪŋkɪŋ / (থিঙ্ক্‌)

Imagine / ɪˈmædʒɪn / (ইম্যাযিন্‌) v {কল্পনা/ মনে করা; ধরা} [to form or have a mental picture or idea in mind of what something might be like]: Can you imagine how it feels to be blind?

 

Imagined / ɪˈmædʒɪnd / (ইম্যাযিনড্‌)

Imagined / ɪˈmædʒɪnd / (ইম্যাযিনড্‌)

Imagines / ɪˈmædʒɪnz / (ইম্যাযিন্‌জ্‌)

Imagining / ɪˈmædʒɪnɪŋ / (ইম্যাযিনিং)

Guess / ɡes / (গেছ্‌) v {অনুমান করা; ধারণা করা} [to give an answer to a particular question or make a judgment about something without being sure of all the facts]: Can you guess where I have been?

 

Guessed / ɡest / (গেছট্‌):

I guessed that he was your brother.

Guessed / ɡest / (গেছট্‌)

Guesses / ɡesɪz / (গেছিজ্‌)

Guessing / ɡesɪŋ / (গেছিং)

Draw / dr ɔː / (ড্রো) v {আঁকা} [to make a picture of something with a pencil, pen, or on a computer with a keyboard]: Draw a rough design for a logo

 

Drew / druː / (ড্রূ)

Drawn / dr ɔːn / (ড্রোন্‌)

Draws / drɔːz / (ড্রোজ্‌)

Drawing / ˈdrɔːɪŋ / (ড্রোঙ্‌)

Cut / kʌt / (কাঠ্‌) v {কাটা} [to divide or to make an opening or a wound in something, using a sharp tool, especially a knife or scissors]: Cut the radishes in half lengthways. 

 

Cut / kʌt / (কাঠ্‌): He cut himself shaving.

Cut / kʌt / (কাঠ্‌)

Cuts / kʌts / (কাঠ্‌ছ্‌)

Cutting / kʌtɪŋ / (কাঠিং)

Recite / rɪˈsaɪt / (রিছাইঠ) v {আবৃত্তি করা} [to say a poem, piece of writing, etc. aloud from memory, especially to an audience]: All children had to recite a poem to the class.

 

Recited / rɪˈsaɪtɪd / (রিছাইঠিড্‌)

Recited / rɪˈsaɪtɪd / (রিছাইঠিড্‌)

Recites / rɪˈsaɪts / (রিছাইঠছ্‌)

Reciting / rɪˈsaɪtɪŋ / (রিছাইঠিং)

Laugh / læf / (ল্যাফ্‌) v {শব্দ করে হাসা} [to make the sounds with your voice and movements of your face that shows you are happy or think something is funny]: She always makes me laugh.

 

Laughed / læft / (ল্যাফঠ্‌): He laughed heartily at his own joke.

Laughed / læft / (ল্যাফঠ্‌)

Laughs / læfs / (ল্যাফছ্‌)

Laughing / læfɪŋ / (ল্যাফিং)

Smile / smaɪl / (স্মাইল্‌) v {মৃদু হাসি দেওয়া; হাসা} [to make a happy or friendly expression in which the corners of mouth curve up and sometimes show teeth]:

 

Smiled / smaɪld / (স্মাইল্ড্‌): She smiled and shook my hand. She smiled with relief.

Smiled / smaɪld / (স্মাইল্ড্‌)

Smiles / smaɪlz / (স্মাইলজ্‌)

Smiling / smaɪlɪŋ / (স্মাইলিং)

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Cry / kraɪ / (ক্রাই) v {কাঁদা; আর্তনাদ করা} [to produce tears from eyes because someone is unhappy or hurt or pain]: There is nothing to cry about. a cry of pain

 

 

Cry / kraɪd / (ক্রাইড্‌): 'Never!' he cried angrily. I felt like I wanted to cry.

 

Cry / kraɪd / (ক্রাইড্‌)

 

Cries / kraɪz / (ক্রাইজ্‌)

 

Crying / kraɪɪŋ / (ক্রাইইং)

Weep / wiːp / (উঈফ্‌) v {ক্রন্দন করা; চোখের পানি ফেলা} [(literary) to cry, usually because you are sad]: I don't weep over his death.

 

Wept / wept / (ওএফট্‌): He wept for joy.

Wept / wept / (ওএফট্‌)

Weeps / wiːps / (উঈফ্ছ্‌‌)

Weeping / wiːpɪŋ / (উঈফিং‌): weeping for someone who has died.

Bind / baɪnd / (বাইন্ড্‌) v {বাঁধা} [to tie something or someone with rope, string, etc. so that he/she cannot move or is held together tightly]Bind together the two broken ends.

 

Bound / baʊnd / (বাউন্ড্‌): She was left bound and gagged.

Bound / baʊnd / (বাউন্ড্‌)

Binds / baɪndz / (বাইন্ডজ্‌)

Binding / baɪndɪŋ / (বাইন্ডিং)

Tie / taɪ / (ঠাই) v {বাঁধা; বন্ধন করা} [to fasten somebody/ something together two ends of a piece of string or other long, thin material]: I tie my hair back when it is hot.

 

Tied / taɪd / (ঠাইড্‌): He tied the newspapers in a bundle.

Tied / taɪd / (ঠাইড্‌)

Ties / taɪz / (ঠাইজ্‌)

Tying / taɪɪŋ / (ঠাইইং)

Fasten / ˈfæsn / (ফ্যাছন্‌) v {দৃঢ় করা বা একত্রে যুক্ত করা} [to join together the two parts of something]: Fasten your seat belts, please!

 

Fastened / ˈfæsnd / (ফ্যাছন্ড্‌): He fastened up his coat.

Fastened / ˈfæsnd / (ফ্যাছন্ড্‌)

Fastens / ˈfæsnz / (ফ্যাছনজ্‌)

Fastening / ˈfæsnɪŋ / (ফ্যাছনিং)

Fix / fɪks / (ফিকছ্‌) v {সাঁটা; আঁটা} [to fasten something firmly in a place so that it cannot move]: to fix a shelf to the wall

 

Fixed / fɪkst / (ফিকছ্‌ঠ্‌): I fixed the bookcase to the wall.

Fixed / fɪkst / (ফিকছ্‌ঠ্‌)

Fixes / fɪksɪz / (ফিকছিজ্‌)

Fixing / fɪksɪŋ / (ফিকছিং)

Join / dʒɔɪn / (জয়ন্‌) v {মিলিত বা সংযুক্ত করা} [to connect or fasten two or more things together]: Join the two halves together with strong glue.

 

Joined / dʒɔɪnd / (জয়ন্ড্‌)

Joined / dʒɔɪnd / (জয়ন্ড)

Joins / dʒɔɪnz / (জয়ন্‌জ্‌)

Joining / dʒɔɪnɪŋ / (জয়নিং)

Attach / əˈtætʃ / (ঠ্যাচ্‌) v {সংযুক্ত করা; লাগানো} [to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another]: I attach a copy of the contract for your records.

 

Attached / əˈtætʃt / (ঠ্যাচঠ্‌): I attached a photo to my application form.

Attached / əˈtætʃt / (ঠ্যাচঠ্‌)

Attaches / əˈtætʃɪz / (ঠ্যাচিজ)

Attaching / əˈtætʃɪŋ / (ঠ্যাচিং)

Connect / kəˈnekt / (নেকঠ) v {সংযুক্ত করা} [to join or be joined together two or more things]: Connect the printer to the computer.

 

Connected / kəˈnektɪd / (নেকঠিড্‌)

Connected / kəˈnektɪd / (নেক্‌ঠিড্‌)

Connects / kəˈnekts / (নেকঠছ্‌)

Connecting / kəˈnektɪŋ / (নেকঠিং)

Drive / draɪv / (ড্রাইভ্‌) v {চালান বা চালনা করা} [to move or operate a vehicle so that it goes in a particular direction]: They drive a red sports car.

Drove / droʊv / (ড্রৌভ্‌): He drove from New York to Ottawa.

 

Driven / ˈdrɪvn / (ড্রিভ্‌ন্‌)

Drives / draɪvz / (ড্রাইভ্‌জ্‌)

Driving / draɪvɪŋ / (ড্রাইভিং): She was arrested for driving recklessly.

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Meet / miːt / (মীঠ্‌) v {সাক্ষাত হওয়া; মিলিত হওয়া} [to be in the same place as somebody by chance and talk to them]: Come and meet my friend Naheed.

 

 

Met / met / (মেঠ): We met up after school.

 

Met / met / (মেঠ)

 

Meets / miːts / (মীঠ্‌ছ্‌)

 

Meeting / miːtɪŋ / (মীঠিং)

Make / meɪk / (মেইখ্‌) v {তৈরী করা} [to create or prepare something by combining materials or putting parts together]: to make table/bread/cement

 

Made / meɪd / (মেইড্‌): He made a fortune on the stock market.

Made / meɪd / (মেইড্‌)

Makes / meɪks / (মেইখ্‌ছ্‌): She makes all her own clothes.

 

Making / meɪkɪŋ / (মেইখিং)

Create / kriˈeɪt / (ক্রিএইঠ্‌) v {সৃষ্টি করা} [to make something new, or invent something]: Create a new directory and put all your files into it.

 

Created / kriˈeɪtɪd / (ক্রিএইঠিড্‌)

Created / kriˈeɪtɪd / (ক্রিএইঠিড্‌): Try this new dish, created by the head chef.

Creates / kriˈeɪts / (ক্রিএইঠ্‌ছ্‌)

Creating / kriˈeɪtɪŋ / (ক্রিএইঠিং)

Prepare / prɪˈper / (প্রিফর্‌) v {প্রস্তুত হওয়া বা করা; আয়োজন করা} [to make or get something or somebody ready to be used or to do something in the future]: He will prepare the food ahead of time and freeze it.

 

Prepared / prɪˈperd / (প্রিফর্ড্‌)

Prepared / prɪˈperd / (প্রিফর্ড্‌): Have you prepared for your interview?

Prepares / prɪˈperz / (প্রিফর্জ্‌)

Preparing / prɪˈperɪŋ / (প্রিফরিং‌)

Produce / prəˈduːs / (প্রএডূছ্‌) v {উৎপাদন/উৎপন্ন করা} [to make things or bring something to be sold, especially in large quantities]: The drug is known to produce side-effects in women.

Produced / prəˈduːst / (প্রএডূছ্ঠ্‌‌)

Produced / prəˈduːst / (প্রএডূছ্ঠ্‌‌)

Produces / prəˈduːsɪz / (প্রএডূছিজ্‌‌): France produces a great deal of wine for export.

 

Producing / prəˈduːsɪŋ / (প্রএডূছিং)

Manufacture / ˌmænjuˈfæktʃər / (ম্যানুফ্যাকচএর্‌) v {(বেশিপরিমাণে) উৎপাদন করা} [to make goods in large numbers, in a factory using machines]: He works for a company that manufactures car parts.

 

Manufactured / ˌmænjuˈfæktʃərd / (ম্যানুফ্যাকচএর্ড্‌)

Manufactured / ˌmænjuˈfæktʃərd / (ম্যানুফ্যাকচএর্ড্‌)

Manufactures / ˌmænjuˈfæktʃərz / (ম্যানুফ্যাকচএরজ্‌)

Manufacturing / ˌmænjuˈfæktʃər ɪŋ / (ম্যানুফ্যাকচএরিং)

Generate / ˈdʒenəreɪt / (জেনএরেইঠ্‌) v {উৎপাদন করা; ঘটানো} [to produce or create something]: We need someone to generate new ideas. to generate electricity/heat/income/ profit

 

Generated / ˈdʒenəreɪtɪd / (জেনএরেইঠিড্‌)

Generated / ˈdʒenəreɪtɪd / (জেনএরেইঠিড্‌)

Generates / ˈdʒenəreɪts / (জেনএরেইঠছ্‌)

Generating / ˈdʒenəreɪtɪŋ / (জেনএরেইঠিং)

Invent / ɪnˈvent / (ইন্‌ভেন্ঠ্‌) v {(যা আগে ছিল না তা) উদ্ভাবন করা বা সৃষ্টি করা} [to produce and/or create something that has not existed before]:

Who invented the steam engine?

 

Invented / ɪnˈventɪd / (ইন্‌ভেন্ঠিড্)

Invented / ɪnˈventɪd / (ইন্‌ভেন্ঠিড্)

Invents / ɪnˈvents / (ইন্‌ভেন্ঠ্‌ছ্‌)

Inventing / ɪnˈventɪŋ / (ইন্‌ভেন্ঠিং)

Discover / dɪˈskʌvər / (ডিছ্‌কাভএর্‌) v {(যা আগে ছিল তা) আবরণ মুক্ত করা বা আবিষ্কার করা} [to find information, a place, or an object, especially for the first time]: It was a shock to discover that he could not read.

Discovered / dɪˈskʌvərd / (ডিছ্‌কাভএর্ড): The astronomer discovered a new planet. Who discovered America?

 

Discovered / dɪˈskʌvərd / (ডিছ্‌কাভএর্ড)

Discovers / dɪˈskʌvərz / (ডিছ্‌কাভএরজ্‌)

Discovering / dɪˈskʌvərɪŋ / (ডিছ্‌কাভএরিং)

Form / fɔːrm / (ফোর্ম্‌) v {আকার দেওয়া; বানানো} [(especially of natural things) to begin to exist or to make something begin to exist in a particular shape]: Flowers appeared, but fruits failed to form.

 

Formed / fɔːrmd / (ফোর্ম্‌ড্‌): a newly formed political party

Formed / fɔːrmd / (ফোর্ম্‌ড্‌)

Forms / fɔːrmz / (ফোর্ম্‌জ্‌)

Forming / fɔːrmɪŋ / (ফোর্মিং): Storm clouds are forming on the horizon.

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Apply / əˈplaɪ / (এফ্লাই) v {আবেদন করা} [to request something officially, usually in writing or by sending in a form]: to apply to a company/college

 

Applied / əˈplaɪd / (এফ্লাইড্‌): He has applied for a new job with the local newspaper.

 

 

Applied / əˈplaɪd / (এফ্লাইড্‌)

 

Applies / əˈplaɪz /(এফ্লাইজ্‌‌)

 

Applying / əˈplaɪɪŋ /( এফ্লাইইং)

Lead / liːd / (লীড্‌) v {পরিচালনা করা} [to go with or in front of a group of people or an animal to show the right way or to make them go in the right direction]: If you lead, I will follow.

 

Led / led / (লেড্‌): He led the cattle back into the pen.

Led / led / (লেড্‌)

Leads / liːdz / (লীড্‌জ্‌)

Leading / liːdɪŋ / (লীডিং)

Guide / ɡaɪd / (গাইড্‌) v {পথ দেখান বা পথপ্রদর্শন করানো} [to show somebody the way to a place, often by going with them]: The runway lights guide the plane into the land.

 

Guided / ɡaɪdɪd / (গাইডিড্‌): He guided me through the busy street.

Guided / ɡaɪdɪd / (গাইডিড্‌)

Guides / ɡaɪdz / (গাইডজ্‌)

Guiding / ɡaɪdɪŋ / (গাইডিং)

 


 

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