Definition of Create:

  1. Bring (something) into existence.

  2. To build, assemble, or produce an object or idea. The act of creating is usually tied to being innovative with existing materials. For example, a person may create a new product by combining existing products that a company sells.

Synonyms of Create

Generate, Produce, Design, Make, Fabricate, Fashion, Manufacture, Build, Construct, Erect, Do, Turn out, Assemble, Author, Bear, Beget, Block out, Break ground, Break the ice, Breed, Bring about, Bring forth, Bring into being, Bring to effect, Bring to pass, Build, Call into being, Carve, Cast, Cause, Chisel, Coin, Compose, Compound, Conceit, Conceive, Conceptualize, Concoct, Constitute, Construct, Contrive, Cut, Design, Develop, Devise, Do, Dream up, Effect, Effectuate, Efform, Elaborate, Engender, Erect, Establish, Evolve, Experience imaginatively, Extrude, Fabricate, Fancy, Fantasize, Fashion, Father, Fictionalize, Figure, Fix, Forge, Form, Formalize, Formulate, Found, Frame, Fudge together, Generate, Gestate, Get up, Give birth to, Give occasion to, Give origin to, Give rise to, Hatch, Head, Head up, Hew, Ideate, Imagine, Inaugurate, Indite, Initiate, Innovate, Institute, Invent, Knead, Knock out, Lay out, Lead, Lead off, Lead the way, Lick into shape, Make, Make up, Manufacture, Mature, Mint, Model, Mold, Occasion, Organize, Originate, Parent, Patch together, Piece together, Pioneer, Precede, Prefabricate, Prepare, Procreate, Produce, Put together, Put up, Raise, Realize, Rear, Revolutionize, Rough out, Roughcast, Roughhew, Run up, Sculpt, Sculpture, Set, Set afloat, Set on foot, Set up, Shape, Sire, Spawn, Stamp, Stand first, Start, Suppose, Tailor, Take the initiative, Take the lead, Take the plunge, Thermoform, Think up, Whomp up, Work, Write

How to use Create in a sentence?

  1. He created a thirty-acre lake.

Meaning of Create & Create Definition