Examples of EVOLVE
- Her company has evolved from a hobby into a thriving business.
- Some flowers have evolved remarkable means of insect pollination.
Origin of EVOLVE
to unroll, from e-
to roll — more at voluble
First Known Use: 1775
evolve verb \i-ˈvälv, -ˈvȯlv\ (Medical Dictionary)
: to produce by natural evolutionary processes
: to develop by or as if by evolution : undergo evolutionary change <an evolving theory of mental functioning—S. A. Green>
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