What does the word devise mean?
TO contrive, plan, or elaborate; invent from existing principles or ideas: to devise a method.
The word devise, used as a verb, means to form by creating new things or ideas. It can also mean to plan or bring about. Devise when used as a noun means the act of disposing of property with a will.
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quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas; intelligent
Devise is a verb.
The noun 'devise' is an abstract noun as a word for the disposition of real property by will. The noun 'devise' is a concrete noun as a word for a will or clause in a will disposing of property.
We will devise a way to raise the money for the child's surgery.
Yes, the word "devise" can be used as both a noun and a verb.
(verb - to design or plan) I will devise a plan to thwart the competition and rule the universe! I'm just not certain that the answer I would devise will be satisfactory. How did Eisenhower devise the plan for D-Day? Who will devise the next vise? (noun - legal clause) Harry left a devise in his will, leaving all his property to charity.
The noun is spouse, a word for one's husband or wife; a word for a person. The words devise, verify, and terminate; all are verbs.
We need to devise a plan to get mom out of the house so we can decorate for her surprise party. Did General Washington devise a plan to expose Benedict Arnold's treasonous activities? Somehow, Dad was able to devise a way to shut off the lights without getting out of bed.
To devise is to build on an idea. IT IS LIKE INVENTING SOMETHING
devise, plan, fabricate, create, design, scheme, plot
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legacy, heritage, gift, estate, devise, birthright, bequest
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concoct, plan, create, scheme, develop, formulate, conceive, invent, contrive.
Devise is the verb, while device is the noun. We will devise a device for that purpose.
The group had to devise a plan, and fast!
it means to get rid of all the corrupt files on your storage devise
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The likely word here is spelled scheme (a plan or arrangement, or to plan or devise, especially secretly).
Synonyms to the word conspire can be: (But aren't limited to) Plot, scheme, contrive, devise, plan.
The past tense of devise is devised.
I will devise an effective plan for eliminating the pests.
Controller is part of the motherboard, for the devise, the driver runs the devise in the software end. Controller- allows the board to use devise. Driver- Allows windows to use devise.
easy an input devise is a USB or universal serial bus
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" bipartisan " is the word. Example sentence: A bipartisan committee was appointed by the President to devise a plan for balancing the federal budget.
The word pronounced like "dih-viiz" - with a short first vowel and a long second vowel, is devise.
devise a method to find the volume of a piece of cork
She needed to devise a solution. He devised a way to tow cars.
Katy can u please pass me the remote or devise so I can change the TV channel :-)
bridle a devise for controlling a horse maid up of a set of straps enclosing the head , a bit and a pair of reins.
Invent has two meanings: contrive, devise, excogitate, formulate, forge or fabricate, manufacture, cook up, make up
I think you mean the evaporator coil. It is the radiator like devise inside the dash that is part of the ac system.
transduser is electroncs devise which can innput and give out put in different ship that is electrions devise it can use in industrial level
The noun is spouse. The words terminate, verify, and devise are verbs.
The word 'clever' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun as quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas; skillful, smart. He had a clever solution to the problem. Any more clever ideas? A clever student will use a dictionary.
Devise is a verb which means to plan/invent, e.g. He needed to devise a plan. Device is a noun which means a tool or contraption of some form, e.g. His newly built device worked perfectly.
Words that might be used in one way or another are to imagine, create, invent, discover, compose, conceive, design, or devise.
The word was coined in 1861 from the French 'helicoptere' meaning a devise for making aeroplanes rise perpendicular. However the experiment failed. The word transferred to helicopters in the modern sense when they were developed in the 1920's
It is a falsifiable theory about some scientific aspect. Falsifiable means that it must be possible to devise a test whose outcome can prove the hypothesis is false.
invent, think of
There is no Latin word "journal". But if you mean the Latin word for journal, it is "ephemeris".
The computer is an electrical device. The cat and the mouse worked together to devise a cunning plan to steal the dog's food.
As a verb: I heard him say that he was going to heist a watch, not buy one. As a noun: The heist netted the burglars a bag full on cash with a tracking devise.
the phone is a devise to talk to people.
To devise something.