Collect Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Collect V1 V2 V3
- Bring or gather together (things, typically when scattered or widespread)(transitive verb)
- Call for and take away; fetch.(transitive verb)
- Regain control of oneself, typically after a shock.(transitive verb)
|Verb(V1)||Past Tense(V2)||Past Participle(V3)|
|Verb – es(Ves)||Verb – ing(Ving)|
gather, accumulate, assemble, fetch, come to get, go to get, come and get, go and get, call for, come for, go for, meet, recover, regain one’s composure, pull oneself together, take a hold of oneself, steady oneself,
Example Sentences with collect
- I don’t work with collectives. I don’t consult, i don’t co-operate, I don’t collaborate.
- The boy collects stamps.
- Did you collect them all?
- I can’t collect my thoughts.
- Do you still collect stamps?
- Alex and I need to collect more data.
- My hobby is collecting insects.
- Steve collected various information.
- We lost interest in collecting stamps.
- I love people. Everybody. I love them, I think, as a stamp collector loves his collection.
- Do not collect weapons or practice with weapons beyond what is useful.
- Perhaps bravery is simply the face humanity wraps around its collective madness.
- Make your own Bible. Select and collect all the words and sentences that in all your readings have been to you like the blast of a trumpet.
- The squirrels are busy collecting nuts for the winter season.
- It’s no good pretending that any relationship has a future if your record collections disagree violently or if your favorite films wouldn’t even speak to each other if they met at a party.
- We collected fruits from diverse trees.
- Thanks to its flexible and light structure it is used in collecting fruit from trees.
- Liberalism is a really old British tradition and it has a completely different attitude towards the individual and the relationship between the individual and the state than the collectivist response of Labour, and particularly Old Labour, does.