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Translation of "create" - English-Spanish dictionary

create

verb /kriˈeit/
to cause to exist; to make crear How was the earth created? The circus created great excitement.
to give (a rank etc to) nombrar Sir John was created a knight in 1958.
creation noun
the act of creating creación the creation of the world.
something created creación The dress designer is showing his latest creations.
creative /-tiv/ adjective
having or showing the power and imagination to create creativo a creative dress-designer.
creatively adverb
creativamente, con creatividad In this job you need to be able to think creatively.
creativeness noun
creatividad The film director is famed for his artistic creativeness.
creativity /kriːə-/ noun
creatividad The college likes to encourage the creativity of its students.
creator noun
a person who creates creador He is the creator of a successful TV detective series.
the Creator noun
God. el Creador
creative thinking noun
thinking about problems in a new way Pensamiento Creativo
(Definition of create from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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