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Verb used intransitively
A verb used intransitively is a verb that is used intransitively, that is without a direct object. This verb must be either an intransitive verb (which must be used intransitively) or an ambitransitive verb (which may be used intransitively).
For example: “I sleep" or “He drinks".
This is in contrast with a verb used transitively.