To take, hold or deploy something to achieve something else
Past Participle form
I use my phone to speak to my mum.
She only uses chopsticks when she's in Japan.
A: Do you always use this train?
B: Yes, I take it every day.
I was embarrassed when I used a knife and fork to eat a hamburger.
My dad used a dictionary to translate words into English.
A: I used this knife for the meat. Don't use it for the vegetables.
B: Okay, is this one okay.
A: Yes, you can use that.
I was using that pen!
I'm sorry. Someone is using this chair.
A: Are you using that?
B: No, please go ahead.
A: Thank you
I've used an iPhone before.
She'd used this car to getaway.
A: Have you used an Apple watch?
B: No, never,
A: You should try it. It's amazing.
B: Hmm, maybe it's not for me.