Definition of 'create'
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So I've begun to wonder if I might not create my own small-scale old people's development. THE OTHER DEVIL'S NAME (2002)Her vision faded: Gabriel could create such a collection, she could not. COFFIN IN FASHION (2002)The lights create such a glare it's next to impossible to see anything behind them," she said. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2002)
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Translations for 'create'
British English: create /kriːˈeɪt/ VERB
To create something means to cause it to happen or exist.
The new factory will create 1,000 jobs.
- American English: create
- Arabic: يُبْدِعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: criar
- Chinese: 创造
- Croatian: stvoriti
- Czech: tvořit
- Danish: skabe
- Dutch: maken
- European Spanish: crear
- Finnish: luoda
- French: créer
- German: schaffen Design
- Greek: δημιουργώ
- Italian: creare
- Japanese: 創造する
- Korean: 창조하다
- Norwegian: lage
- Polish: stworzyć
- European Portuguese: criar
- Romanian: a crea
- Russian: создавать
- Spanish: crear
- Swedish: skapa
- Thai: สร้าง
- Turkish: yaratmak
- Ukrainian: створювати
- Vietnamese: tạo ra
Definition of create from the Collins English Dictionary
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