English words and Examples of Usage

use "generate" in a sentence

We could generate as much $1 billion per year to fund our schools.

To generate hope, we have to stop the terrorism,"" he said."

This is going to cost us a lot of money and generate bad publicity.

Such mistreatment will only generate more resentment among Tibetans.

Jim Beam will also generate additional support through private events.

His organization is thought to generate annual revenue in the millions.

The new system could help Instagram generate considerably more revenue.

Not enough water can also generate skin diseases for people, says Pujo.

If such seizures actually occurred, they would certainly generate chaos.

Shire said a tie-up would generate US$20 billion in product sales by 2020.

The refinery was believed to generate between $1.7 and $5.1 for the group.

It will generate 580 megawatts and provide electricity to a million homes.

"I don't think it's going to generate too much controversy (with the NFL).

It will generate $1,500 more profit per car than the old model, GM estimated.

The Lower Mattagami project is expected to generate power for about 100 years.

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