Definition of create in English:

create

Line breaks: cre¦ate
Pronunciation: /kriːˈeɪt
 
/

verb

  • 2 [no object] British informal Make a fuss; complain: little kids create because they hate being ignored

Derivatives

creatable

adjective
More example sentences
  • The debate about whether to destroy smallpox virus stocks is pointless because any virus or bacteria whose DNA sequence is published is eventually going to be easily creatable by labs all around the world.
  • Only certain plants where creatable in his time and most were so genetically engineered that they look unnaturally symmetrical and linear.
  • But with personal property creatable on demand from sunlight and dirt, it's not clear what the medium of exchange would be.

Origin

late Middle English (in the sense 'form out of nothing', used of a divine or supernatural being): from Latin creat- 'produced', from the verb creare.

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