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  • v  view the outline of by means of an X-ray
  • v  form a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract
  • v  imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
  • v  make visible

  • Sample: "Roger could visualise Anne in her flowing weddy drag, being wheeled up the aisle, smiling a blessing.
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  • Your ancestor was a little therian
    We can visualise distant ancestral forms of many organisms by imagining similar species alive today, or complete fossils. Here the scarcity of evidence on early mammalian teeth makes it difficult, but not impossible, to show how incredible events shaped our past into the flower, insect and mammal-dominated Paleocene.
    Oct. 3, 2013 -

  • Richard Hadlee in Hindustan Times
    I played against Sachin on his tour in New Zealand in 1990 when he got that 80 or 90-odd at McLean Park in Napier. You could see then, as a youngster, he was a player of immense ability and talent,began Hadlee. "But you can't visualise...
  • Pranab Mukherjee in AFP
    Describing the leftist bloc's warning as a "known position," Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee said: "I do not visualise that anybody is thinking of early elections. None of the coalition partners or coalition supporters are talking of early...
  • Yang Yong-eun in SkySports
    I feel sorry and sometime guilty when we see the growth in self-reliance is very slow. This is not suitable for us. Though I don't visualise a day when we can have zero imports, depending on other countries for 70 percent of our defence needs is... AK Antony (blog) Feb 9, 2009 108202 141971 visualised I've sort of visualised this quite a few times; playing against the best player in the history of golf, playing with him in the final round in a major championship. I have always sort of dreamed about this," Yang said through his interpreter,...

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