Transitive — verb with an object (examples: get the door, contact your manager)
Intransitive — verb without an object (example: run, go, leave, hide)
Verb patterns: with and without objects - English Grammar Today - Cambridge Dictionary
Verb patterns: with and without objects - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary
What does saying a verb is "used with/without an object" mean?
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