generate
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generate(
jeh
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nuh
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reyt
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to create)
a. generar
I'm hoping to generate some income by letting out my spare room.Espero poder generar un ingreso alquilando mi cuarto de huéspedes.
b. producir
The wind turbines will generate enough electricity to power 4,000 homes.Las turbinas eólicas producirán suficiente electricidad para abastecer de luz a 4,000 viviendas.
2. (to give rise)
a. generar
The literary contest has generated the interest of many young writers.El concurso literario ha generado el interés de muchos escritores jóvenes.
b. suscitar
The impending visit of the Pope is generating a lot of excitement.La inminente visita del papa está suscitando mucho entusiasmo.
c. provocar
His offensive statements generated a lot of negative reactions among the people.Sus declaraciones ofensivas provocaron muchas reacciones negativas entre la gente.
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generate
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (electricity, income)
a. generar
2. (reaction, interest)
a. provocar
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generate [ˈdʒenəreɪt]
transitive verb
[+electricity, heat] generar; [+employment, income, wealth, publicity] generar; [+interest] suscitar; generar;
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generar
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generar(
heh
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neh
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rahr
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to produce power)
a. to generate
Se puede generar electricidad a partir de la luz solar.Electricity can be generated from sunlight.
2. (to bring into being)
a. to generate
Escribir un blog es una forma efectiva de generar tráfico a tu sitio web.Having a blog is an effective way to generate traffic to your website.
b. to create
El gobierno está trabajando para generar empleos.The government is working to create jobs.
c. to cause
La devaluación está generando serios problemas financieros.The devaluation is causing serious financial problems.
3. (to give life to)
a. to produce
Los conejos generan muchas crías.Rabbits produce a great many offspring.
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generar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (originar, causar)
a. to generate
2. (engendrar)
a. to create
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generar
transitive verb
1 [+electricidad, energía] to generate
2 [+empleo, interés, riqueza] to generate; create; [+problemas, tensiones] to cause; [+beneficios] to generate
el turismo generará muchos puestos de trabajo tourism will generate o create many jobs; sus comentarios generaron numerosas quejas his comments generated o raised many complaints
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