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aim to strive toward a particular goal (often followed by an infinitive or "at"). [1/8 definitions]
aspire to want strongly; have as an aim (usu. fol. by "to" "after," or an infinitive).
assent to give in; concede; comply (often fol. by "to" or infinitive). [1/3 definitions]
be used to indicate that something is or was strongly expected, requested, or due to happen, especially because arranged or scheduled (followed by an infinitive). [3/10 definitions]
care to have a desire (used in questions and negative statements and followed by an infinitive). [1/11 definitions]
certain destined (usu. fol. by an infinitive). [1/8 definitions]
choose to decide (followed by an infinitive). [1/4 definitions]
forget to neglect inadvertently because of lack of attention (often fol. by an infinitive). [1/10 definitions]
get to be in the process of reaching a certain state, or to accomplish this process (fol. by a stative verb in the infinitive). [1/17 definitions]
infinitive characterized by or having an infinitive. [1/2 definitions]
opt to decide; choose (usu. fol. by for or an infinitive).
promise to pledge (something) (usu. fol. by an infinitive or clause). [1/8 definitions]
purpose to determine or resolve (usu. fol. by an infinitive). [1/6 definitions]
say to communicate (some request or instruction) in speech or writing (fol. by an infinitive). [1/16 definitions]
split infinitive an infinitive in which a word or group of words, usu. an adverb or adverbial phrase, comes between "to" and its following verb, as in "to easily succeed".
to used before a verb to show the infinitive, or by itself to represent an implied verb. [1/15 definitions]
undisposed not inclined or willing (usu. fol. by an infinitive). [1/2 definitions]
unto to (except when to is used in an infinitive). [1/2 definitions]
use used in the past tense in order to show a former habitual practice or state (fol. by "to" and a verb in the infinitive form). [1/12 definitions]
verbal noun a noun that is derived from a verb; gerund, such as "driving" in "He hates driving," or infinitive, such as "to swim" in "She loves to swim".