Etymology
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create (v.)

"to bring into being," early 15c., from Latin creatus, past participle of creare "to make, bring forth, produce, procreate, beget, cause," related to Ceres and to crescere "arise, be born, increase, grow," from PIE root *ker- (2) "to grow." De Vaan writes that the original meaning of creare "was 'to make grow', which can still be found in older texts ...." Related: Created; creating.

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Definitions of create

create (v.)
make or cause to be or to become;
create a furor
Synonyms: make
create (v.)
bring into existence;
He created a new movement in painting
The company was created 25 years ago
create (v.)
pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity;
create (v.)
invest with a new title, office, or rank;
create (v.)
create by artistic means;
Picasso created Cubism
Schoenberg created twelve-tone music
create a poem
Synonyms: make
create (v.)
create or manufacture a man-made product;
Synonyms: produce / make
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