create definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to exist; bring into being. See Synonyms at found1.
    • to offer rise to; produce: That comment produced a stir.
    • to take a position with an office or name; appoint.
    • To produce through imaginative or imaginative work: develop a poem; create a job.
    • To bring into being; to make off absolutely nothing; resulting in to occur.
    • To impact by the agency, and in rules, of causation; becoming the celebration of; resulting in; to make; to form or fashion; to renew.
    • to get with a brand new form, company, or character; to constitute; to appoint; to help make.
  • adjective:
    • Archaic Created.
    • produced, resulting from creation.
    • Created; composed; begotten.
  • verb:
    • To put into existence.
    • to style, invest with a brand new type, form, etc.
    • is innovative, imaginative.
    • resulting in, bring a (non-object) about by activity.
    • To confer a title of nobility, maybe not by lineage, but giving a title either initiated or restored for incumbent.
    • To confer a cardinalate, which could not be passed down, but most often bears a pre‚Äźexistent subject (notably a church in Rome).
    • bring into presence
    • make or manufacture a man-made item
    • make by imaginative means
    • invest with a brand new title, company, or rank
    • make or reason to be or even come to be
    • pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity
  • others:
    • to create into becoming; cause to exist; especially, to create without having the previous existence for the product utilized, or of other stuff just like the thing produced; create out-of absolutely nothing.
    • to create or create from crude or scattered materials; bring into form; embody: as, Peter the Great developed the city of St. Petersburg; Palladio developed a fresh style of structure.
    • to produce or form by spending with a new character or functions; ordain; constitute; appoint: because, generate one a peer.
    • become the occasion of; cause; cause; produce.
    • To beget; generate; bring forth.
    • To originate; engage in originative activity.
    • Begotten; composed; produced.

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