The list of common Russian verbs often used with the Instrumental case.
Some of the verbs take the Instrumental case without any preposition, others require a preposition in front of the noun or a pronoun to be used with the Instrumental case.
Please note that not all of the given examples illustrate the use of the Instrumental case with the verbs.
Learn more about the Russian Instrumental case here.
to snack, to have a bite; to bite through
to admire, to feast one's eyes
to overdo, to go too far
to agree, to consent, to assent, to accept; to concede (to), to concur (with)
to be famous/renowned
to put up with, to resign oneself, to come to terms
to touch, to concern, to apply
to touch; to move, to affect
to argue, to debate, to dispute; to bet
Они́ с сестро́й ча́сто спо́рили, иногда́ да́же ссо́рились, но никогда́ не обижа́ли друг дру́га.
a-née s seest-róî chás-ta spó-ree-lee, ee-nag-dá dá-zhe só-ree-lees', no nee-kag-dá nye a-bee-zhá-lee druk drú-ga
She and her sister often argued, sometimes even quarreled, but they never hurt each other.