Python has a large number of built-in functions that provide a wide range of functionality. Here are some of the most commonly used built-in functions in Python:

`print()`

– Prints a message to the console`type()`

– Returns the type of an object`len()`

– Returns the length of an object`str()`

– Converts an object to a string`int()`

– Converts an object to an integer`float()`

– Converts an object to a floating-point number`input()`

– Reads a line of text from the console`range()`

– Generates a sequence of numbers`sum()`

– Returns the sum of a sequence of numbers`max()`

– Returns the maximum value in a sequence of numbers`min()`

– Returns the minimum value in a sequence of numbers`abs()`

– Returns the absolute value of a number`round()`

– Rounds a number to a specified number of decimal places`sorted()`

– Sorts a sequence of items`reversed()`

– Reverses a sequence of items`enumerate()`

– Returns an iterator that generates pairs of indices and values from a sequence`zip()`

– Combines two or more sequences into a single iterator that generates tuples`any()`

– Returns`True`

if any element of a sequence is true, otherwise returns`False`

`all()`

– Returns`True`

if all elements of a sequence are true, otherwise returns`False`

`chr()`

– Returns a character from a Unicode code point`ord()`

– Returns the Unicode code point of a character

These are just a few of the many built-in functions available in Python. For a full list, you can refer to the Python documentation.