envisage envisage  /ɛn ˈvɪ zɪdʒ/

Definition(s):

  • (v) form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. But the movement's more bullish advocates envisage Muslim cars and halal furniture built in accordance with Muslim finance, labor and ethical principles.
  2. And the Israelis have made clear that they envisage such a force being deployed only after Israel has cleared Hizballah out of its forward positions.
  3. I also envisage a cut in spending in the department.

News

  1. McEnroe can't see another grand slam for Federer

    John McEnroe finds it hard to envisage Roger Federer adding to his record 17 grand slam titles and believes the Swiss maestro is showing signs of slowing down.        
    on August 22, 2013     Source: Chicago Tribune

  2. McEnroe Cannot See Another Grand Slam Win for Federer

    John McEnroe finds it hard to envisage Roger Federer adding to his record 17 grand slam titles and believes the Swiss maestro is showing signs of slowing down.
    on August 22, 2013     Source: New York Times

  3. Tennis-McEnroe cannot see another grand slam win for Federer

    By Simon Evans Aug 21 (Reuters) - John McEnroe finds it hard to envisage Roger Federer adding to his record 17 grand slam titles and believes the Swiss maestro is showing signs of slowing down. The 32-year-old Federer heads into next week's U.S. Open seeded seventh, his first time outside the top three in any slam in the past decade, and his recent form offers no suggestion of a quick ...
    on August 22, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

Quotes

  1. "We cannot envisage any circumstance under which Australia will have a nuclear power industry," opposition Liberal Party leader Brendan Nelson said Thursday in a policy back flip.
    on Feb 27, 2008 By: Brendan Nelson Source: Bangkok Post

  2. "There's nothing on Spanish radar, nothing on Moroccan radar, nothing on French radar. We can seriously envisage the worst," Borloo said, indicating that it was extremely likely that the plane had been lost at sea.
    on Jun 1, 2009 By: Jean-Louis Borloo Source: ABC Online

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