Beget

usgb/bɪˈɡet/Volume
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Cause and EffectPlay
Focus on the impact of one event directly leading to another. SlideHer innovative ideas beget new technological advancements.
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Metaphorically UsedPlay
Often used metaphorically to describe the birth of concepts, not just physical things. SlideHis betrayal beget a war that lasted for years.
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Commonly AbstractPlay
Typically involves abstract or intangible outcomes, such as emotions or situations. SlideFear can beget further fear, trapping a person in constant anxiety.