Create - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- bring into existence
- pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity
- invest with a new title, office, or rank
- create by artistic means (syn: make)
- create or manufacture a man-made product (syn: make, produce)
Several new government programs were created while she was governor.
The President has announced a plan to create new jobs.
The scientists who created the world's first atomic bomb
The machine creates a lot of noise.
It can be hard to create a balance between work and family.
She creates a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for her guests.
The advertisements are intended to create demand for the product.
I've been creating music for over 30 years.
She enjoys creating new dishes by combining unusual ingredients.
He was created a lieutenant.
She failed to create any profound impression.
Some people believe the universe was created by a big explosion.
Her behaviour is creating a lot of problems.
The new factory is expected to create more than 400 new jobs.
This dish was created by our chef Jean Richard.
present participle: creating
past tense: created
past participle: created