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envision

en vi zhuhn

  • v  imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
  • v  picture to oneself; imagine possible
    I cannot envision him as President

  • But, as I finish my latte, I still can't fully envision the collision of these two worlds.
  • Could you envision it going all the way to the actual convention itself? I think we should take it one day at a time.
  • Alzheimer's disease, for instance, specifically attacks the dark network, stranding many of its victims in an endless now, unable to remember their yesterdays or envision their .
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  • Curt Schilling in Los Angeles Times
    It's very simple now - I go out and do my job and we win, or I don't, and we lose,Schilling said. "I don't think that's too much pressure or too little. It's just reality: . We've got a guy going against us who I don't envision will back...
  • President Bush in Yahoo! Tech
    I'm a Type A personality,he told reporters at his final news conference. "I just can't envision myself, you know, in the big straw hat and Hawaiian shirt sitting on some beach."
  • Jerry Yang in guardian.co.uk
    I have always sought to do what is best for our franchise,said Yang in a statement. "When the board asked me to become CEO and lead the transformation of the company, I did so because it was important to re-envision the business for a...

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