To produce as a result of a chemical or physical process. (verb)
To procreate, beget. (verb)
To form a figure from a curve or solid. (verb)
To appear or occur; be generated. (verb)
Examples of word generate
Only a grammar containing both phrase structure and transformation rules, Chomsky argued, could generate a natural language â€ Ëœgenerateâ„¢ in the sense that by stepwise application of the rules, one could in principle build up from scratch all and only the sentences that the language contains.
And did the title generate the story theme or did the story idea bring that particular title to mind?
She has no brain of her own, so her ideas must generate from the GOP itself.
The vaccine did not work well enough â€“ Some people get the vaccine, but the immune response their bodies generate is not strong enough or long-lived enough to protect them from infection.
She added that the current space is too small for the amount of production Chrysler now intends to generate from the plant.