Russian imperfective verbs

to throw out, to throw away, to discard
to differ, to distinguish oneself; to be remarkable; (ironic) to cause a stir
to languish, to pine, to die of, to be wearied
to have a certain attitude (toward), to treat, to refer, to relate; to belong, to be among
to bother, to pester, to bore, to molest, to annoy
to render, to show, to provide; to exert; to give, to offer
to gather, to collect; to assemble; to convoke; to equip, to prepare
опережа́ть [a-pee-ree-zhát'] Verb , imperfective
to be ahead, to outstrip, to leave behind; to outdistance; to outdo, to surpass, to forestall
to avert, to preclude, to prevent
to give notice, to warn; to forestall, to anticipate; to avert, to prevent
to climb, to reach, to get into
to pierce, to penetrate, to permeate, to run through
to come true, to be realized
to frighten, to scare
to plant; to seat, to offer a seat; to put in jail
to pull, to draw, to haul, to drag
to dig out, to dig up
to depress, to dispirit, to aggrieve; to make despondent; to deject
to influence, to affect, to have an effect on
to encourage, to cheer up, to reassure
взве́шивать [vzvyé-shee-vát'] Verb , imperfective
to weigh; (figuratively) to consider
to dig; (под кого-то) to plot against someone
to perform, to speak in public; to stand/stick out; to be
to order, to book
to write down, to record, to take notes
застёгивать [zas-tyó-gee-vat'] Verb , imperfective
to fasten, to do up, to button up, to buckle, to clasp, to hook
to deal or play in or with anything liquid