create in English
v. create, make, produce, form, set up
They go out at night with friends, they dream about getting a good job someday, going to university and creating a good future for themselves.
I had the task of mixing all the paints she used when creating her beautiful paintings.
I would use a mortar and pestle to make the pigments that created the exciting colours my mother was famous for.
The different powders, called pigments were then used to create the beautiful colours my mother used to paint her murals.
She couldn’t believe how much space she was creating.
These recipes and my mother’s talent would eventually create a secure life for us and for my future family.
Mother’s job was to create great paintings on the walls throughout the palace.
“The first Earl of Dorincourt was created a count four hundred years ago,” said Mr Havisham solemnly.
His paintings and everything that he created were sold for huge amounts during his lifetime.
His sister creates an atmosphere for dialogue.
1. make: constitute, produce, effect, form, erect, build, forge
2. originate: give birth to, cause, author, invent, occasion, produce
3. conceive: devise, formulate