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create

verb [T]
 
 
/kriˈeɪt/
to make something exist: create problems/responsibilitiescreate jobs/opportunities, etc. The new development will create hundreds of jobs in the area.create money/wealth We'll help you create wealth using tried-and-tested investment strategies.
to make something new, especially to invent something: In 1991, McCahill and his researchers created an easy way to navigate the internet and find information on it, known as 'Gopher'.
to form a new company, etc.: There are strict guidelines to be followed when you are creating a new company.
Translations of “create”
in Korean -을 창출하다, 만들어 내다…
in Arabic يَخْلُق, يُبْدِع…
in French créer…
in Turkish yapmak, oluşturmak, yaratmak…
in Italian creare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 製造, 創造, 創建…
in Russian создавать…
in Polish tworzyć…
in Spanish crear, nombrar…
in Portuguese criar, produzir, inventar…
in German (er-)schaffen, ernennen zu…
in Catalan crear, produir…
in Japanese ~を作る, ~を生み出す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 制造, 创造, 创建…
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