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- v. To envisage, or form a mental picture (of something).
- v. To make (something) visible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
- v. view the outline of by means of an X-ray
- v. form a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract
- v. make visible
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Here are a couple of our early concept drawing that we discussed to "visualise" the draw and the racing that was taking place.
Knox was was asked to "visualise" what might have happened and was "prompted", he said.
"visualise" the forthcoming position and evaluate it due to some well-known considerations
I really just put it there so I can visualise it, and give a rough idea of what I think would be good.
So whereas most people use Google Earth to visualise a drive along their high street, professionals can use imagery from land, air and space not only to visualise our urban infrastructure but to sense vegetation, moisture and heat loss.
In the 6 following weeks, not “nice” but “long” (this is precisely how they will feel for me) I'm sure I will often visualise your Hummingbird Hawk-Moth hovering in front of these beautiful “geranium lierre” (ivy geranium) ...
I can visualise the frentic "twist" of the "yéyé" 60s in France, when your belle-mère used to dance and dance “avec vigueur et enthousiasme”.
Not sure I can visualise the little carts – but the multitude of vibrant flowers described with intense joy opened a triumphal way to the vision of that extraordinary gypsy lady whose beauty and style impressed you so much.
I'm trying to visualise the creek and the vineyard ... a caravan + trailer containing a bamboo cage ...
And knowing what I did about them all, I never could visualise a situation in which they'd ask for and agree to (respectively) a caesarean in order to avoid the messy business of natural birth.