verb (used with object), created, creating.
to cause to come into being, as something unique that would not naturally evolve or that is not made by ordinary processes.
to evolve from one’s own thought or imagination, as a work of art or an invention.
Theater. to perform (a role) for the first time or in the first production of a play.
to make by investing with new rank or by designating; constitute; appoint:
to create a peer.
to be the cause or occasion of; give rise to:
The announcement created confusion.
to cause to happen; bring about; arrange, as by intention or design:
to create a revolution; to create an opportunity to ask for a raise.
verb (used without object), created, creating.
to do something creative or constructive.
British. to make a fuss.
(transitive) to cause to come into existence
(transitive) to invest with a new honour, office, or title; appoint
(transitive) to be the cause of: these circumstances created the revolution
(transitive) to act (a role) in the first production of a play
(intransitive) to be engaged in creative work
(intransitive) (Brit, slang) to make a fuss or uproar
noun 1. the act of producing or causing to exist; the act of creating; engendering. 2. the fact of being created. 3. something that is or has been created. 4. the Creation, the original bringing into existence of the universe by God. 5. the world; universe. 6. creatures collectively. 7. an original product of the […]
[self-krit-i-kuh l, self-] /ˌsɛlfˈkrɪt ɪ kəl, ˈsɛlf-/ adjective 1. capable of criticizing oneself objectively. 2. tending to find fault with one’s own actions, motives, etc. self-critical adjective 1. critical of oneself: his self-critical attitude
[self-krit-uh-siz-uh m, self-] /ˌsɛlfˈkrɪt əˌsɪz əm, ˈsɛlf-/ noun 1. the act or fact of being self-critical. self-criticism noun 1. unfavourable or severe judgement of oneself, one’s abilities, one’s actions, etc
noun 1. the act or art of cultivating. 2. the state of being cultivated. 3. culture; refinement. noun 1. (agriculture) the planting, tending, improving, or harvesting of crops or plants the preparation of ground to promote their growth 2. development, esp through education, training, etc 3. culture or sophistication, esp social refinement cultivation cul·ti·va·tion (kŭl’tə-vā’shən) […]