Definition of 'visualize'
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Of course she had known that they must go, but hadn't been able to visualize the reality. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1988)He had counted on her; he could not visualize himself without her. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (1988)
The main rule is to visualize the thing you want to bring on its own. THE LIVES OF CHRISTOPHER CHANT (1988)
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Translations for 'visualize'
British English: visualize /ˈvɪʒʊəˌlaɪz; -zjʊ-/ VERB
If you visualize something, you imagine what it is like by forming a mental picture of it.
He could not visualize her as old.
- American English: visualize
- Arabic: يَتَصَوَّرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: visualizar
- Chinese: 形象化
- Croatian: vizualizirati
- Czech: představit si
- Danish: visualisere
- Dutch: visualiseren
- European Spanish: visualizar
- Finnish: kuvitella mielessään
- French: visualiser
- German: vorstellen (sich)
- Greek: φτιάχνω νοητή εικόνα
- Italian: visualizzare
- Japanese: 思い描く
- Korean: 시각화하다
- Norwegian: visualisere
- Polish: wyobrazić sobie
- European Portuguese: visualizar
- Romanian: a vizualiza
- Russian: представлять
- Spanish: visualizar
- Swedish: visualisera
- Thai: ทำให้จินตนาการเห็น
- Turkish: gözünde canlandırmak
- Ukrainian: візуалізувати
- Vietnamese: hình dung
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