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Translation of "generate" - English-Spanish dictionary

generate

verb /ˈdʒenəreit/
to cause or produce generar, producir, causar, suscitar This machine generates electricity His suggestions generated a lot of ill-feeling. generation noun one stage in the descent of a family generación All three generations – children, parents and grandparents – lived together quite happily. people born at about the same time generación People of my generation all think the same way about this. the generation gap noun the difference in views and the lack of understanding between younger and older people. brecha entre generaciones, conflicto generacional generator noun a machine which produces electricity, gas etc generador The hospital has an emergency generator.
(Definition of generate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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