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evoke
verb (evoked , evoking )
1 to cause or produce (a response or reaction, etc).
2 to bring (a memory or emotion, etc) into the mind.
[17c: from Latin evocare to call out]
evocation noun .
evocative adjective bringing a feeling, memory, etc vividly to mind.


evolute
noun , geom the original curve from which the involute is described.
[18c: from Latin evolutus , from evolvere to evolve]


evolution pronunciación
noun
1 the process of evolving.
2 a gradual development.
3 biol the cumulative change in the genetic composition of a population of an organism from generation to generation, resulting in the development of new types of organism over long periods of time.
4 chem the giving off of a gas.
[17c: from Latin evolutio unrolling]
evolutionary adjective relating to, or as a part of, evolution.
evolutionism noun , anthropol , biol the theory of evolution.
evolutionist noun a person who believes in the theory of evolution.


evolve pronunciación
verb (evolved , evolving )
1 tr & intr to develop or produce gradually.
2 intr to develop from a primitive into a more complex or advanced form.
3 chem to give off (heat, etc).
[17c: from Latin evolvere to roll out or unroll]


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