Definition of 'image'
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Example sentences containing 'image'
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One person told of how they could still see the graphic images reflected in the train window. Times, Sunday Times (2017)WHAT'S your mental image of a tech entrepreneur? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The curators supplemented the stories in the images by displaying accompanying artifacts near some of the photographs. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Some amputees are better able to form a mental image of the movement of a missing limb. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It conjures an image of a shrunken Britain retreating from the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wants to portray that gangster image, but he is a hard-working player. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Any number of the images that appear in one particular section could, equally effectively, have appeared in a different part. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Build an image in your mind of something made in shiny steel, with many different surfaces, strangely put together and reflecting many different angles. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The sick messages will destroy the caring image the singer portrays on the show. The Sun (2015)These are women keen to preserve a good body image. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Reading those images with modern eyes could certainly be misleading. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Worryingly one image appears to show a cell door wedged shut from the inside using a broom. The Sun (2015)The image we project will influence our credibility. Christianity Today (2000)This allows for larger moving images than digital screens. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We have experienced the searing image of a woman bleeding to death. The Sun (2009)This way the camera stays out of the reflected image providing a cinematic trick! Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet scroll through the images and things quickly turn nasty. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cops found a stash of images on his computer. The Sun (2008)The brand had something of an image problem. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This may be one of the most recognisable images in art history. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This conjures up images of an industry filled with diehard fans and former players. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The painting is now framed to display both images. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The misjudgment of her desirability fixes the lover in meditation on her mental image. Words Of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath (2006)People just see that image he portrays in the band but he is a superb fella. The Sun (2007)It will affect our image in the eyes of international countries. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Her images regularly appeared in news outlets around the world. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some female athletes go out of their way to project a glamorous image. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Remember all the fun you once had linking them up to make an image of a person or scene? Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no photograph or picture or image of the Princess slumped or dying. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We left the pitch with a very good feeling as we showed the good image of Barca. The Sun (2008)
Trends of 'image'
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Translations for 'image'
British English: image /ˈɪmɪdʒ/ NOUN
If you have an image of someone or something, you have a picture or idea of them in your mind.
These enduring images stick in the mind.
- American English: image
- Arabic: صُورَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: imagem
- Chinese: 形象
- Croatian: slika
- Czech: představa
- Danish: billede
- Dutch: beeld
- European Spanish: imagen
- Finnish: mielikuva
- French: image
- German: Vorstellung mental
- Greek: εικόνα
- Italian: immagine
- Japanese: イメージ
- Korean: 이미지
- Norwegian: image
- Polish: obraz wizerunek
- European Portuguese: imagem
- Romanian: imagine
- Russian: образ
- Spanish: imagen
- Swedish: bild
- Thai: ภาพพจน์
- Turkish: imge
- Ukrainian: зображення
- Vietnamese: hình ảnh
Definition of image from the Collins English Dictionary
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