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spawn in Fish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspawnspawn1 /spɔːn $ spɒːn/ verb  1 [transitive]CAUSE to make a series of things happen or start to exist New technology has spawned new business opportunities.2 [intransitive, transitive]HBAHBF if a fish or frog spawns, it produces eggs in large quantities at the same time→ See Verb table
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spawnThe Mac creators are emblematic of a new kind of artist spawned by the protean nature of the computer.Through the information technologies they have spawned, computers step up the pace of the ticking.The shortages naturally spawned corruption as officials, themselves impoverished, exchanged favors for bribes.There is no mechanism whereby clouds of particular shapes can spawn daughter clouds resembling themselves.I have a cynical notion that all religious revivals spawn from times of extreme economic disparity.It also involved the fate of the greatest spawning run of salmon in the world.The Arab-Israeli War of 1973 spawned the 1973 oil crisis.When the Discus spawn the eggs will hatch in 60 hours.