Develope vs. Develop

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Which is correct: Develope or Develop

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  • Develope (verb)

    archaic spelling of develop

  • Develop (verb)

    To change with a specific direction, progress.

    “Let’s see how things develop and then make our decision.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To progress through a sequence of stages.

    “Isabel developed from a tropical depression to a tropical storm to a hurricane.”

    “An embryo develops into a fetus and then into an infant.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To advance; to further; to promote the growth of.

  • Develop (verb)

    To create.

    “I need to develop a plan for the next three weeks.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To bring out images latent in photographic film.

    “Please develop this roll of film.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To acquire something usually over a period of time.

    “I have been in England enough to develop a British accent.”

    “You will develop calluses if you play the cello.”

    “She developed bad eating habits.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To place one’s pieces actively.

    “I need to develop my white-square bishop.”

  • Develop (verb)

    To cause a ball to become more open and available to be played on later. Usually by moving it away from the cushion, or by opening a pack.

  • Develop (verb)

    To change the form of (an algebraic expression, etc.) by executing certain indicated operations without changing the value.

  • Develop (verb)

    grow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate

    “enabling individuals to develop their personal skills”

    “motion pictures were to develop into mass entertainment”

  • Develop (verb)

    (of a poor agricultural country) become more economically and socially advanced

    “the country is developing at a rapid rate and the economy is booming”

  • Develop (verb)

    convert (land) to a new purpose by constructing buildings or making other use of its resources

    “plans to develop the area”

  • Develop (verb)

    construct or convert (a building) so as to improve existing resources

    “the company developed a chain of hotels”

  • Develop (verb)

    elaborate (a musical theme) by modification of the melody, harmony, or rhythm

    “the piano develops the melody into a short cadenza”

  • Develop (verb)

    start to exist, experience, or possess

    “a strange closeness developed”

    “call the doctor if your child develops a rash”

    “I developed an interest in law”

  • Develop (verb)

    treat (a photographic film) with chemicals to make a visible image

    “she came to get the film developed”

  • Develop (verb)

    bring (a piece) into play from its initial position on a player’s back rank

    “he preferred to develop his bishop on e7”

Oxford Dictionary

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