In contrast to transitive verbs, some verbs take
zero objects. Verbs that do not require an
object are called intransitive verbs. An example
in English is the verb to die. Verbs that can be
used in an intransitive or transitive way are
called ambitransitive verbs.
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A transitive verb expresses an action that passes over from the subject to the object
When the action of a verb doesn't passes over any object is known as intransitive verb