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    verb form of apt

    I have been trying to find the verb form of apt, can you help me?

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    Re: verb form of apt

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer Hill View Post
    I have been trying to find the verb form of apt, can you help me?
    Apt is an adjective, not a verb. You can use: be fit,be suitable, be able[an apt pupil -able to learn quickly]
    apt = likely: Am I apt to find him at home?

    apt - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    What is the context?
    Last edited by Teia; 12-Sep-2007 at 06:10.

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    Re: verb form of apt

    .. or 'have an aptitude/talent/gift for'....or even just '[be] good with X' (e.g. 'good with words').

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