Express Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Express V1 V2 V3
- Convey (a thought or feeling) in words or by gestures and conduct.(transitive verb)
- Squeeze out (liquid or air)(transitive verb)
- Cause (an inherited characteristic or gene) to appear in a phenotype.(transitive verb)
|Verb(V1)||Past Tense(V2)||Past Participle(V3)|
|Verb – es(Ves)||Verb – ing(Ving)|
communicate, convey, indicate, show, demonstrate, reveal, intimate, manifest, make manifest, exhibit, evidence, put across, put over, get across, get over, squeeze out, press out, wring out, force out, extract, expel,
Example Sentences with express
- I’d like to express my gratitude.
- People often express our emotions nonverbally.
- To banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality.
- All that crap you hear on TV about communication and expressing feelings is a lie.
- Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being.
- Oxen that rattle the yoke and chain or halt in the leafy shade, what is that you express in your eyes? It seems to me more than all the print I have read in my life.
- Silence is the most perfect expression of scorn.
- We do not express a list of independent sounds while we talk.
- It can hardly be a coincidence that no language on earth has ever produced the expression, ‘As pretty as an airport.
- At last she shut the book sharply, lay back, and drew a deep breath, expressive of the wonder which always marks the transition from the imaginary world to the real world.
- He expressed himself clearly.
- She neither expressed nor felt sorry for her loss.
- Children should always respect adults, but they should also express their own opinions.
- Trade can be defined as the entire business of buying and selling goods and services for profit, and all values that can be expressed in money.
- The prefix is the most important aspect that provides the meaning of the expression and allows you to understand the used tense.
- You can make sentences that express a simple truth or event more rich and professional thanks to different conjunctions such as, therefore, but. Let’s examine a few examples of this.
- When expressed in its affirmative form, the verb confirms something about the subject.