[ US /ɛnˈvɪʒən/ ]
[ UK /ɛnvˈɪʒən/ ]
[ UK /ɛnvˈɪʒən/ ]
imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
I can't see him on horseback!
I can see what will happen
I can see a risk in this strategy
picture to oneself; imagine possible
I cannot envision him as President
How To Use envision In A Sentence
- These envision a range of possible outcomes within which the actual future is delimited.
- I had always envisioned a sort of heroic rescue, but those were only dreams.
- For instance, a few weeks ago in my sports statistics class, I envisioned a type of graph that’s a combination boxplot and lineplot — instead of turning towards Excel, I coded a Mathematica module to create this type of graph and then automate the creation of many of these. Wolfram Blog : Get Your Game On for Mathematics Awareness Month!
- For the future they envision a performing arts center with a library and video archive.
- Kids, who are circumstantial outsiders, tend to identify with such creatures and envision them as their vengeful protectors.
- Taking that idea a step further, we envisioned a ticker tape effect repeating a message spelled out in pixelated type. Mosaic Tiles : A Fresh Bathroom Look
- Before advertising limited its possibilities, television, like radio before it, was envisioned as an electronic pathway to moral enlightenment.
- No less powerfully mythopoetic than the classical image of the disease, the demonological model envisioned the hysterical anesthesias, mutisms, and convulsions as stigmati diaboli or marks of the devil.
- It is time to envision and design the plane of sustainable agriculture and dream of it really flying!
- The ETF as envisioned is a great tool for silver investment for those unable or unwilling to buy, carry and store silver but what started as a way to encourage demand is now diverting demand from real silver which would tighten the supply and make us profits. Archive 2008-07-20