The process of bringing something into existence.(noun)
The act of bringing something into existence.(noun)
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Use "origination" in a sentence
"SHANNON: Well, the NSA doesn't talk about its technology, and we don't know whether it was the technology that didn't give them the call origination or what, but certainly, the agencies have been told that they must talk to each other and have hair triggers on any bit of information, no matter how wispy and they can't wait until they get someone's date of birth or Social Security number."
"The e-mail appears to be referring to origination and other fees, as well as required supporting documentation, such as tax returns."
"In order to understand the subtle emptiness, one must understand the subtle dependent origination, that is, the dependent designation."