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create

verb [T]
 
 
/kriˈeɪt/
B1 to make something happen or exist: The project will create more than 500 jobs. The snow created further problems.Creating and producingInventing, designing and innovationCausing things to happen
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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