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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
Translations of “create”
in Korean -을 창출하다, 만들어 내다…
in Arabic يَخْلُق, يُبْدِع…
in French créer…
in Italian creare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 製造, 創造, 創建…
in Russian создавать…
in Turkish yapmak, oluşturmak, yaratmak…
in Polish tworzyć…
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…
(Definition of create from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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