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uk   us   /kriˈeɪt/

create verb (MAKE)

B1 [T] to make something new, or invent something: Charles Schulz created the characters "Snoopy" and "Charlie Brown". The Bible says that God created the world. He created a wonderful meal from very few ingredients. It's important to create a good impression when you meet a new client.
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create verb (BE ANGRY)

[I] UK old-fashioned to show that you are angry: If she sees you with an ice cream she'll only start creating.
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