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develop

verb (START)
開創
 
 
/dɪˈvel.əp/
[T] to invent something or bring something into existence
開發;制定
We must develop a new policy/strategy to deal with the problem.
我們必須制定一項新政策/策略來處理這個問題。
The company is spending $650 million on developing new products/technology.
該公司將斥資6.5億美元用於新產品/技術的開發。
Inventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
[I] to start to happen or exist
發生;出現
Large cracks began to develop in the wall.
牆上開始出現了一些很大的裂縫。
Starting and beginningStarting again
[I or T] If you develop an illness or problem, or if it develops, you start to suffer from it
患上,患(病);逐漸形成(疾病或問題)
The study showed that one in twelve women is likely to develop breast cancer.
這項研究表明約有十二分之一的婦女可能會患乳腺癌。
She's developed some very strange habits lately.
她近來養成了一些怪習慣。
Being and falling ill
[T] to build houses, factories, shops, etc. on a piece of land
開發,建設
They're planning to develop the whole site into a shopping complex.
他們計劃把這一整片地皮開發,建設成購物中心。
Construction work and workers
(Definition of develop verb (START) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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