What is imagine?

  • (verb): Expect, believe, or suppose.
    Example: "I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel"
    Synonyms: think, opine, suppose, reckon, guess
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on imagine:

Imagine Prep At Surprise
... Imagine Prep at Surprise is a public charter school in Surprise, Arizona ... It is operated by Imagine Schools ...
Lumiere Movies
... owned subsidiary Turner Broadcasting System) had acquired a 92 per cent stake in NDTV Imagine Ltd ... NDTV’s 76 per cent stake in NDTV Imagine would be given to Turner for $67 million, the Time Warner company would acquire fresh equity worth $50 million to get 92 per ... NDTV Imagine Ltd ...
Closed-loop Lifecycle Management - Phases of Product Lifecycle and Corresponding Technologies - Phase 1: Conceive - Imagine, Specify, Plan, Innovate
... In some concepts, the investment of resources into research or analysis-of-options may be included in the conception phase – e.g ... bringing the technology to a level of maturity sufficient to move to the next phase ...
Abigail Jain - Television
... Plus Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai (2009–2010) STAR Plus Bandini (TV series) (2010) NDTV Imagine Dil Se Diya Vachan (2010–2011) Zee TV Humse Hai Life (2011–2012) Channel V V The Serial (2012–2013) Channel V Ek ...
Imagine - Other Uses
... Imagine How Creativity Works, a 2012 book by Jonah Lehrer Imagine.. ... Ikarus Imagine, a German hang glider design Imagine (horse), an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse ...

More definitions of "imagine":

  • (verb): Form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case.
    Synonyms: conceive of, ideate, envisage

Famous quotes containing the word imagine:

    I couldn’t find the spot where Frank had hidden the bag with the clothes. You can’t imagine how cold I was until I found them. You know, I’m beginning to understand why ghosts moan so in this sort of weather.
    Lester Cole (1904–1985)

    From the happy expression on their faces you might have supposed that they welcomed the war. I have met with men who loved stamps, and stones, and snakes, but I could not imagine any man loving war.
    Margot Asquith (1864–1945)

    One can hardly imagine a more healthful employment, or one more favorable to contemplation and the observation of nature.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)