to be always creating about nothing: lúc nào cũng rối lên vì những chuyện không đâu vào đâu
creates|created|creatingkriː'eɪt verb +make or cause to be or to become +bring into existence +pursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity +invest with a new title, office, or rank +create by artistic means +create or manufacture a man-made product
Here is where they create many of the most successful television advertisements.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1[VN] to make sth happen or exist: Scientists disagree about how the universe was created. + The main purpose of industry is to create wealth. + The government plans to create more jobs for young people. + Create a new directory and put all your files into it. + Try this new dish, created by our head chef. 2[VN] to produce a particular feeling or impression: The company is trying to create a young energetic image. + The announcement only succeeded in creating confusion. + The reorganization has created a lot of bad feeling. + They've painted it red to create a feeling of warmth. 3 to give sb a particular rank or title: [VN] The government has created eight new peers. +[VN-N] He was created a baronet in 1715.
Random quote: Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.: William Channing