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design

verb /diˈzain/
to invent and prepare a plan of (something) before it is built or made
diseñar, estructurar, concebir, idear
A famous architect designed this building.
designer noun a person who makes designs or patterns
diseñador
a fashion designer He is the designer of the yacht.
designing noun the art of making designs or patterns
diseño
dress-designing.
Translations of “design”
in Arabic يُصَمِّم…
in Korean 디자인하다…
in Malaysian mereka bentuk…
in French concevoir…
in Turkish plan çizmek, tasarlamak…
in Italian progettare, creare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 計劃, 設計, 製(圖)…
in Russian проектировать…
in Polish projektować…
in Vietnamese thiết kế…
in Portuguese projetar, desenhar…
in Thai ออกแบบ…
in German entwerfen…
in Catalan dissenyar…
in Japanese ~をデザインする…
in Indonesian merancang, mendesain…
in Chinese (Simplified) 计划, 设计, 制(图)…
(Definition of design from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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