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creation
American English: /kriˈeɪʃ(ə)n/
British English: /kriːˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translation of creation in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 uncountable (act) the Creation where in creation have you been?
    ¿dónde diablos has estado? [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Yet it is exactly the films that attempt to show the painstaking process of canvas creation that are the most successful.
    • His process of musical creation is of deep significance to human imagination and will.
    • Their creation involves processes that date from the time of the horse-and-cart.
  • 2 countable (thing created) she was wearing an Erika creation
    llevaba un modelo or una creación de Erika
    Example sentences
    • Children who take along their own flowers will be shown how to turn them into artistic creations.
    • She does not see the CDs as junk, rather as raw material for her artistic creations.
    • It needs no special skills, and Origami creations can even be sold as decorations.
    Example sentences
    • Perhaps we face a new kind of religious syncretism that combines digital fever with the worship of Creation.
    • He marvels at the incredible design in our bodies and testifies to the hand of our Creator evident in Creation.
    • We need to be teaching love towards Creation, to love creation, not only love one another.

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