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short question again.
In which context do you use "envolve" instead of develop?
I mean, both mean quite the same, but I don't see envolve often :(
Thanks in advance.
Evolve has two meanings, one of them is related to species.
evolve - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
Darwin believed that we evolved from apes.
Monkeys in the New World evolved quite separately from those in the Old World.
More complex animals gradually evolved from these very simple creatures.
I didn't invent the sentence, it's in my dictionary "Longman Contemporary English", third edition, 1995.
BBC - History - Historic Figures: Charles Darwin (1809 - 1882)
A fight developed after the goalie was hit by the forward of the other team.
Hockey has evolved from being a largely Canadian phenomenon to a truly global enterprise.
(Sorry, but I have been watching too much Olympic hockey today! A neckache can develop (but not evolve) from watching a tv screen for too long.)