Russian imperfective verbs

to be mistaken, to err
to take a run, to gather momentum/speed, to accelerate
to cough, to have a cough
ощуща́ть [a-schu-schát'] Verb , imperfective
to feel, to sense, to perceive; to become aware (of)
причиня́ть [pree-chee-nyat'] Verb , imperfective
to cause, to do
to succeed, to be successful, to prosper, to thrive
перева́ривать [pee-ree-vá-ree-vat'] Verb , imperfective
to digest; (figurative) to stomach; to spoil by overcooking; to cook/boil again
to think, to consider, to ponder; to understand, to grasp
to tell (on / upon); to affect
to look forward (to); to anticipate (with pleasure), to foretaste
to improve, to make better, to ameliorate, to enhance
сочиня́ть [sa-chee-nyát'] Verb , imperfective
to compose, to write; to invent, to make up, to fabricate
to flow, to run, to pass, to leak
to master, to assimilate; to become familiar (with); to settle; to develop
to develop, to design, to engineer, to elaborate, to exploit, to work up, to process
to demand, to request, to require; to call for
to approve, to confirm; to affirm, to maintain, to assert, to posit, to claim
to repeat; to reiterate
to amaze; to strike dumb, to surprise
to overstrain oneself, to exert oneself to the utmost, to be worn out; to tear slightly
to reflect, to mirror; to repel, to ward off, to repulse
цени́ть [tsee-néet'] Verb , imperfective
to value, to estimate, to appreciate
to preach, to lecture, to moralize, to teach, to instruct
to deny, to disclaim; to refute, to negate
to lead, to conduct, to drive, to guide
to (try to) get, to obtain, to achieve, to reach; to secure; to strive for; to seek after