Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Develop"

The meaning of "Develop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to develop
mean?
A: To develop is a verb and it’s similar to grow or to change.
Q: What does develop technical know-how mean?
A: Someone who knows everything about cars from books but has never looked under the hood of a car or underneath a car has technical knowledge, but he has no practical knowledge about cars.
Q: What does to develop a new mean?
A: To make something new
Q: What does develop mean?
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Example sentences using "Develop"

Q: Please show me example sentences with develop.
A: It's hard to develop a skill.
Feel free to develop an idea.
We try to develop the city.
Develop your strategy and conquer.
Time to develop an ultimatum.
Q: Please show me example sentences with develop.
A: “I want to develop my language skills”
“I want to develop this picture”
Q: Please show me example sentences with develop.
A: Earlier it took days to develop films into prints.
Q: Please show me example sentences with developed .
A: Her skills developed over time.
I am waiting to see how things will develop
Q: Please show me example sentences with develop.
A: 1. The camera will develop pictures soon
2. The twins can develop different personalities.
3. I hope his relationship will develop Sam.

Synonyms of "Develop" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between developed and fledged ?
A: "Fledged" means "a bird that is beginning to grow feathers". However, we don't use "fledged" as a word by itself any more. It only appears in the compound word "full-fledged" or the phrase "fully fledged".

developed = completed, well-practiced, advanced or effective; with a modern economy and infrastructure
fully-fledged = complete; completely trained or authorized or certified to do something; at the peak of its activity

✔ A good writer knows how to turn an idea into a developed book.
✔ A good writer knows how to turn an idea into a full-fledged book.

✖ Now that he is done with school, he is a developed doctor.
✔ Now that he is done with school, he is a full-fledged doctor (= he is fully trained to be a doctor).

✔ Because of industrialization, Brazil is well on its way to becoming a developed country (= a country with a modern economy)
❓ Because of industrialization, Brazil is well on its way to becoming a full-fledged country. (sounds odd because Brazil is already considered a complete country)
✔ The rebels declared their independence, but they are not a full-fledged country until they win the war.
Q: What is the difference between develop and advance and progress ?
A: I think the mental image is different for each word.

For advance, it is as if there are separate steps to do so that you can reach a goal.
Ex: "My child advanced to the next grade"
Ex: "There was a big advancement in medicine in that year"
It means there is a goal (graduation/perfect medicine) and every time something better happens you advance one step toward the goal. Like a ladder.
It's possible for one advancement to be more important than others, but all of them are necessary to climb the ladder.

Progress is similar, because you are moving forward, but it is more like moving on a path instead of a ladder. It's possible to progress far or short, and it's also possible to progress in the wrong direction. There is also a goal though.
Ex: "We're making progress toward the finish line"
Ex: "He progressed the field of neuroscience to its current level."
It has the feeling of change happening smoothly. Flowing from one type to the next. Instead of advance, which is like one big leap at once.

Develop is different than both. It means something that was one shape before has been changed into another shape that is more skillful. However, it's possible that there is no goal, so a development can be made even if people don't know if it will be good or bad. Most people think good though.
Instead of taking steps or walking on a path, develop is more like molding something that already existed.
Ex: "I developed my idea into an essay."
Ex: "They're developing a cure for cancer."
Ex: The new developments will affect our battle strategy.
In the last example, this can mean a developed technology or developed knowledge. Like you create the world's first cannon. That development will shape strategy. Or you learned about the enemy's plans. That development will also shape strategy.
Q: What is the difference between develop and extend ?
A: Develop is to make something.

Extend is to make it expand and grow.

For example : I developed business , and now I am extending it all over the country.

Hope that helps. 😊
Q: What is the difference between develop and improve ?
A: Develop is usually used when you would create something new, and improve is when something is already developed, and you want to improve it.
Q: What is the difference between develop and improve ?
A: "develop" is if you learn a skill you did not have before --> new
"improve" means that you get better at something you could to do extend before --> not new, just better

Translations of "Develop"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l’d like to develop myself through learning
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? develop
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? develop
A: "Develop"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How can develop my English?
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Other questions about "Develop"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce develop.
A: thank you :)
Q: كيف اطور من لغتي الانجليزيه؟
? How to develop my English
A: i suggest using duolingo.. it is an app/website where they teach the translation, grammar, alphabet, and pronunciation of words of different languages.
Q: كيف اطور من لغتي الانجليزيه؟
? How to develop my English
A: Read and listen to the language more often
speak it if you can- with someone who knows the langauge well, so they will be able to correct you when you need it
Q: I would develop very well because I like to speak in public and I do not feel scared to do it. does this sound natural?
A: I am not scared to do it OR I am not scared of doing it
Q: develop does this sound natural?
A: To me its sounds like you're saying debelope instead of develope.. so like the b sound instead of the v sound c:

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