Is this verb it not necessarily transitive? Is a direct object not implied? Is it meaningful as a phrase?
One use in Irish would be to reply to a question that used the verb úsáideann, as Irish does not have words for yes or no:
Its only intransitive use in Irish (apart from an echoform) can be found here.
Am I correct in saying this uses the first conjugation rather than the second?
Users are losers.
No, no. This sentence should be in Dutch, not Irish.
Well, they've legalized marijuana there and all...
The verb “use” has more than one use.
Yea but if I'm honest, that is exactly where my mind went: drugs.
Does that say something about me... psychologically... :P
No, it only says something about how you use the word “use”.