Definition of 'generate'
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Those labels in a holding pattern failed to generate excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It generates enough goodwill to heal rifts and start tricky relationships afresh. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Brain scans showed the neurons generating dread lie within the same area that produces pain. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'generate'
British English: generate VERB
To generate something means to cause it to begin and develop.
The Employment Minister said the reforms would generate new jobs.
Definition of generate from the Collins English Dictionary
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