create in English

Pronunciation
v. produce, make
v. create, make, produce, form, set up
adj. created

Example Sentences

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.
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I had the task of mixing all the paints she used when creating her beautiful paintings.
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I would use a mortar and pestle to make the pigments that created the exciting colours my mother was famous for.
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The different powders, called pigments were then used to create the beautiful colours my mother used to paint her murals.
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She couldn’t believe how much space she was creating.
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These recipes and my mother’s talent would eventually create a secure life for us and for my future family.
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Mother’s job was to create great paintings on the walls throughout the palace.
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“The first Earl of Dorincourt was created a count four hundred years ago,” said Mr Havisham solemnly.
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His paintings and everything that he created were sold for huge amounts during his lifetime.
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His sister creates an atmosphere for dialogue.
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Synonyms

1. make: constitute, produce, effect, form, erect, build, forge
2. originate: give birth to, cause, author, invent, occasion, produce
3. conceive: devise, formulate

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