- v imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
- v view the outline of by means of an X-ray
The radiologist can visualize the cancerous liver
- v form a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract
Mathematicians often visualize
- v make visible
With this machine, ultrasound can be visualized
- While a teenager, Elizabeth immersed herself in psychic experiments and developed what she claimed were powers of remote viewing the ability to visualize events and objects .
- Why critics are taking note: Katie practices a kind of teaching called spiritual inquiry; you don't visualize or meditate or pray, you just ask essential questions.
- And more complex chords inhabit spaces that are as hard to visualize as the multidimensional universes of string theory.
- Cole Hamels in International Herald Tribune
Because I can't throw in a live game, I just throw in the bullpen. And it's just the focus that you have to have,said Hamels, sporting boyishly long dark hair. "When I go out to my bullpen, I do try to visualize that there's a hitter out...
- Mark Attanasio in Washington Post
I tried to visualize what this would be, and nothing could describe it,Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio said in a television interview.
- Kurt Rambis in The Associated Press
We're basically starting a relationship,Rambis said. "We talked basketball. We talked the game that he played and sequences that happened in the game that I saw that I liked and things he needed to make an adjustment on. He could visualize...