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Definition of "originates" []

  • To come or bring into being (verb)
  • (of a bus, train, etc) to begin its journey at a specified point (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of originate. (verb)

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Use "originates" in a sentence
  • "The term originates from the Latin word "antiquus" which means "old" or"
  • "Wiki says, The term originates from the Hindi term pandit, which in turn is derived from Sanskrit pandita, learned, and is first found in English in 1672."
  • "Another source says that the name originates from the Old French word"
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