create Definition

  • 1to make something new or bring something into existence
  • 2to cause something to happen as a result of one's actions

Using create: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "create" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She creates beautiful paintings in her studio.

  • Example

    The company hopes to create new jobs in the coming years.

  • Example

    The chef created a delicious dish using fresh ingredients.

create Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for create

Phrases with create

  • to generate excitement or interest about something


    The new product launch created a buzz among consumers.

  • to cause someone to form a particular opinion or view of something


    His confident demeanor created a positive impression on his colleagues.

  • to cause a disturbance or commotion in public


    The angry customer created a scene in the restaurant.

Origins of create

from Latin 'creare', meaning 'to produce, bring forth'


Summary: create in Brief

To 'create' [kriˈeɪt] means to bring something new into existence or cause something to happen. It can refer to making art, generating jobs, or inventing something new. Phrases like 'create a buzz' and 'create an impression' are common idiomatic expressions.

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