Nouns and Verbs

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Can you name the words with two distinct meanings as nouns and verbs?

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Force which allows airplanes to flyTo raise
A tropical fruitTo go out with
Natural source of combustionTo operate a gun
Objective of a goaltenderTo set aside for future spending
Method of transportion originally powered by coalTo teach to act in a certain way
A professional of medical scienceTo tamper with or falsify
Legal document regarding entitlementTo desire or wish
Source of monetary growthTo intrigue
Paperwork which need be filled outTo create
A piece of paper which permits some actionTo perform satisfactorily
An object held for good luckTo beguile
Frequent component of pillowsTo drink the entirety of (slang)
The condition of an object or personTo say something matter-of-factly
A linear arrangement of objectsTo propel oneself forward in a boat
Quintessential financial institutionTo tilt a vehicle to one side while turning
Mammal which comes in brown and black varietiesTo support a load
Something frequently received from a cashierTo alter the nature of
A box has sixTo join another's view in an argument
Possible outcome of a sporting matchTo depict as an illustration
Bridge between world events and the populaceTo apply force
Precursor to many baked goodsTo strike repeatedly
Entrance area for many commercial buildingsTo attempt to influence legislation
Innermost part of a castleTo retain
A movie of diminutive lengthTo create a path of negligible resistance in a circuit
A mix of a sugary drink with a popular dessertTo hover in midair

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