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  • 1 Develop — GmbH Rechtsform GmbH Gründung 1948 Sitz Langenhagen, Deutschland Leitung …

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  • 2 develop — de‧vel‧op [dɪˈveləp] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] to grow or gradually change into a larger, stronger, or more advanced state: • Once a stock market develops in the Czech Republic, the bank s customers will be offered investment accounts.… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 3 Develop — or Develop may refer to: NASA DEVELOP (intern program), a NASA Applied Sciences student program Develop India Group, a independent newsletter Develop (magazine), a trade publication for the video game industry develop (Apple magazine), a… …

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  • 4 Develop — De*vel op (d[ e]*v[e^]l [o^]p), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Developed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Developing}.] [F. d[ e]veloper; d[ e] (L. dis ) + OF. voluper, voleper, to envelop, perh. from L. volup agreeably, delightfully, and hence orig., to make agreeable… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Develop — Pays  Royaume Uni Langue Anglais Périodicité Mensuel Genre Industrie du jeu vidéo …

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  • 6 develop — [v1] cultivate, prosper advance, age, enroot, establish, evolve, expand, flourish, foster, grow, grow up, maturate, mature, mellow, progress, promote, ripen, thrive; concepts 253,427,704 Ant. halt, repress develop [v2] expand, work out actualize …

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  • 7 Develop — De*vel op, v. i. 1. To go through a process of natural evolution or growth, by successive changes from a less perfect to a more perfect or more highly organized state; to advance from a simpler form of existence to one more complex either in… …

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  • 8 develop — I verb accrue, adolescere, advance, advance in successive gradation, alere, amplify, arise from, augeri, augment, become, become apparent, begin from, bring forth, bring into being, bring to a complete condition, bring to a more advanced state,… …

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  • 9 develop — 1650s, unroll, unfold, from Fr. développer, replacing English disvelop (1590s, from M.Fr. desveloper), both from O.Fr. desveloper unwrap, unfurl, unveil; reveal the meaning of, explain, from des undo + veloper wrap up, of uncertain origin,… …

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  • 10 develop — 1 *unfold, evolve, elaborate, perfect Analogous words: actualize, *realize, materialize: attain, achieve, compass, *reach 2 *mature, ripen, age Analogous words: *advance, progress: * …

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  • 11 develop — ► VERB (developed, developing) 1) become or make larger or more advanced. 2) start to exist, experience, or possess. 3) convert (land) to a new purpose, especially by constructing buildings. 4) treat (a photographic film) with chemicals to make a …

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  • 12 develop — [di vel′əp] vt. [Fr développer < OFr desveloper < des (L dis ), apart + voloper, to wrap, prob. OIt viluppo, a bundle < ? faluppa, bundle of straw; infl. by L volvere, to roll] I to cause to grow gradually in some way 1. to build up or… …

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  • 13 develop — [[t]dɪve̱ləp[/t]] ♦ develops, developing, developed 1) VERB When something develops, it grows or changes over a period of time and usually becomes more advanced, complete, or severe. As children develop, some of the most important things they… …

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  • 14 develop */*/*/ — UK [dɪˈveləp] / US verb Word forms develop : present tense I/you/we/they develop he/she/it develops present participle developing past tense developed past participle developed Get it right: develop: Don t write the ed and ing forms of develop… …

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  • 15 develop — de|vel|op W1S3 [dıˈveləp] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(grow)¦ 2¦(new idea/product)¦ 3¦(feeling)¦ 4¦(skill/ability)¦ 5¦(disease)¦ 6¦(fault/problem)¦ 7¦(problem/difficulty)¦ 8¦(idea/argument)¦ 9¦(land)¦ 10¦(photography)¦ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 develop — de|vel|op [ dı veləp ] verb *** ▸ 1 grow/change ▸ 2 be affected by/affect ▸ 3 improve/create ▸ 4 use land for something ▸ 5 prepare photograph 1. ) intransitive if people, animals, or plants develop, they change or grow as they get older: All… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 develop — verb Etymology: French développer, from Old French desveloper, desvoluper to unwrap, expose, from des de + envoloper to enclose more at envelop Date: 1750 transitive verb 1. a. to set forth or make clear by degrees or in detail ; …

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  • 18 develop — de•vel•op [[t]dɪˈvɛl əp[/t]] v. t. 1) to bring out the possibilities of; bring to a more advanced, effective, or usable state: to develop one s talents; to develop natural resources[/ex] 2) to cause to grow or expand: to develop one s biceps[/ex] …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19 develop — verb 1 GROW (I, T) to grow or gradually change into a larger, stronger, or more advanced state, or to make someone or something do this: Children develop very rapidly. (+ into): James has developed into a charming young man. (+ from): In less… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 develop — 01. He [developed] a bad rash on his hands after touching a plant he is allergic to. 02. I saw a book which had incredible photos showing the [development] of a baby inside its mother s womb. 03. Birth rates in the [developing] countries have not …

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