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. See More
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The Royals gain that player data and create a pitching profile.—Jaylon Thompson, Kansas City Star, 18 Feb. 2024 These films create a calming catharsis that calms our conscience and our fighting rage.—Ed Meza, Variety, 18 Feb. 2024 And the mid-February sun shone strongly enough to create a bit of dazzle aloft.—Martin Weil, Washington Post, 18 Feb. 2024 Now it’s reemerged to create a lake on top of the Space Slump.—Cassidy Randall, Rolling Stone, 18 Feb. 2024 Citing a press release, WANE reported that the then-unidentified body was exhumed for testing in 2017 with a femur bone sent to the University of North Texas’ Center for Human Identification for DNA testing to create a profile.—Brenton Blanchet, Peoplemag, 18 Feb. 2024 Still, there are a few good gags in this one, plus plenty of trippy, artfully rendered VFX by Hugues Namur (Asterix & Obelix: The Middle Kingdom), who fuses historic French architecture, including the entire Chateau de Versailles, with futuristic technology to create his intergalactic fleet.—Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter, 18 Feb. 2024 In the 1920s, Herbert Hoover, as the secretary of commerce before his presidency, created a model law for zoning that was implemented across individual states and localities.—Alena Botros, Fortune, 18 Feb. 2024 Beyond Florida, the company is starting work in southern California to create a rail corridor connecting the state with Las Vegas.—Alison Fox, Travel + Leisure, 17 Feb. 2024 See More
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Middle English createn, borrowed from Latin creātus, past participle of creāre "to bring into being, beget, give birth to, cause to grow," causative derivative from the base of crēscere "to come into existence, increase in size or numbers, grow" — more at crescent entry 1
Middle English creat, borrowed from Latin creātus, past participle of creāre "to bring into being, beget, give birth to, cause to grow" — more at create entry 1