As you can see in the above sentences, the words marked bold refer to either an action or an event or a situation or a change.
Transitive Verbs are actions verbs, which means they represent a doable activity and they always have a direct object.
Following are some examples:
I wrote a complaint to the manager. (Transitive Verb – Write, Direct Object – Complaint)
I want money to pay the bills. (Transitive Verb – Want, Direct Object – Money)
He eats chicken and mutton. (Transitive Verb – Eat, Direct Object – Chicken & Mutton)
He hit the ball out of the ground. (Transitive Verb – Hit, Direct Object – Ball)
I have painted the wall myself. (Transitive Verb – Paint, Direct Object – The Wall)