Definition of creator in English:

creator

noun

  • 1A person or thing that brings something into existence.

    ‘James Bond's creator Ian Fleming’
    ‘water—the creator of climate and weather’
    • ‘At its best journalism is passionate and compelling for its creators and its audiences.’
    • ‘It's obvious the original movie's creators had no clue as to how big a hit the first movie would become.’
    • ‘The animated series and this movie were a labor of love for the creators that produced it.’
    • ‘Artists and creators need to look back in their roots and past, and then create the future.’
    • ‘It tells you how the authors and creators can be contacted in case you have questions.’
    • ‘Well, as a creator and as an artist I am a creature overwhelmed by the creative process itself.’
    • ‘And it is inconceivable that this is what the original creators of copyright law had in mind.’
    • ‘It is given life by the intent of its creator and is initially designed to fulfill a certain goal.’
    • ‘Our bureaucracy revels in delays which retard growth and make life miserable for job creators.’
    • ‘Its political creators shared the same productivist vision, but had different ideas about the way to realize it.’
    • ‘I almost have this urge to send the creator of the programme a big box of chocolates!’
    • ‘Just the existence of onerous copyright law has a chilling effect on creators.’
    • ‘Are you one of the thousands of businesses who get stuck into the task of nurturing the next generation of wealth creators?’
    • ‘Does this mean the creators of the character should have no rights?’
    • ‘That left it up to traditional comic creators to build a strong Internet presence.’
    • ‘She appealed to creators worldwide to initiate exhibitions about this situation.’
    • ‘Many of those extracting new value from old content are not the original creators or rights-holders.’
    • ‘How can one be both an artistic creator and a consummate trivialist at the same time?’
    • ‘It helps young creators and young dancers to understand in which way they can go forward.’
    • ‘People wouldn't pirate them in general, because people generally like to respect the rights of creators.’
    writer, author, composer, designer, deviser, maker, inventor, producer, developer
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    1. 1.1 Used as a name for God.
      • ‘Hence, the Muslims prefer the name Allah when referring to the Almighty Creator.’
      • ‘The unity and perfection of creation taps us into the unity and perfection of the Creator.’
      • ‘Muslim scientists attributed this fine system to its originator, God the Creator of all.’
      • ‘In the Bible, as we have seen, God is the Creator of the world, the source of its ongoing life.’
      • ‘To pray to our Creator to help in ways that only He can is what all of us should be doing with any spare moment we have!’
      • ‘The everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth, neither faints nor is weary.’
      • ‘My 5 daily prayers refresh me, keep me connected to my Creator and keep me focused on Him.’
      • ‘In the end evil will be punished and everybody who rebels against the Creator will be judged.’
      • ‘Christ will be the final judge on that last day, and only those who have believed in him as the Creator, Saviour and Judge will be saved.’
      • ‘The Qur'an says that it is a revelation from the Creator of all that exists.’
      • ‘Instead we should give glory and honor to the Creator and return to the authority of His Word.’
      • ‘He should heartily submit to the Lord's will, worship the Creator and efface his self-conceit.’
      • ‘It is a blasphemy against the very Creator of life who taught us to cherish and sanctify life.’
      • ‘Since the worshipper accepts God as his Creator, the physical body thus already belongs to Him.’
      • ‘What Kabbalah teaches is that the Creator, when he created this world, actually gave us a guide book.’
      • ‘Hence we find writers who have no difficulty in supposing both that God is the Creator and that the created world never had a beginning.’
      • ‘Reason, conscience and common sense demand that there be a Creator.’
      • ‘In Psalm 148, the psalmist speaks of all creation giving praise to God, their Creator.’
      • ‘Each and every one of us has been given tremendous potential for greatness by our Creator.’
      • ‘It boils down to worshipping the creation and rejecting the Creator - and that is a big mistake.’
      god, the lord, the almighty, the master of the universe
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Pronunciation

creator

/kriːˈeɪtə/