To make a clone of.
British variant of CONCEPTUALIZE.
To form a concept of; to imagine.
1. To bring into existence.
2. To create by artistic means; SYN. make.
3. To invest with a new title, office, or rank.
4. To pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity.
1. To describe in vivid detail.
2. To trace the shape of; SYN. limn, outline.
1. To conceive or fashion in the mind; invent.
2. To create designs.
3. To create the design for; create or execute in an artistic or highly skilled manner.
4. To design something for a specific role or purpose or effect.
5. To intend or have as a purpose.
6. To make a design of; plan out in systematic, often graphic form; SYN. plan.
The conceptual and practical working out of the appearance of an artifact or a building, with special reference to its effective functioning and its esthetic quality.
The term derives from the Italian word disegno, which in Renaissance art theory meant the essential idea of a work of art and the expression of that idea through drawing.
To draw up an outline or sketch for something; SYN. rough, outline.
1. To straighten oneself; SYN. pull up, straighten up.
2. To form or arrange in order or formation, as of a body of soldiers.
3. To cause to stop; as of vehicles; SYN. pull up.
4. To approach (said of vehicles or their riders); SYN. pull up, haul up.
To make notes or a brief summary of
1. To put or send forth; SYN. cast, contrive, throw.
2. To throw, send, or cast forward; SYN. send off.
3. To transfer from one domain into another, as of ideas and principles.
4. To project on a screen
5. To communicate vividly
6. To cause to be heard
7. To draw a projection of.
8. To present for consideration; SYN. propose.
9. To regard as objective; in psychology; SYN. externalize.
1. To designate by an identifying term.
2. To make stylish; in fashion or hairdressing.