What is imagine?

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

Some articles on imagine:

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 ...
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 ...
Imagine Prep At Surprise
... Imagine Prep at Surprise is a public charter school in Surprise, Arizona ... It is operated by Imagine Schools ...
Lumiere Movies
... 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 cent control ... NDTV Imagine Ltd ...
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): Expect, believe, or suppose.
    Example: "I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel"
    Synonyms: think, opine, suppose, reckon, guess

Famous quotes containing the word imagine:

    I see a lot of fog and a few lights. I like it when life’s hidden. It gives you a chance to imagine nice things, nicer than they are.
    Ben Hecht (1893–1964)

    For imagine my shame when they asked what I meant
    And I had to confess that I’d been, gone and went
    And forgotten the news I was bringing to Ghent,
    R. J. Yeatman (1898–1968)

    The majority of persons choose their wives with as little prudence as they eat. They see a trull with nothing else to recommend her but a pair of thighs and choice hunkers, and so smart to void their seed that they marry her at once. They imagine they can live in marvelous contentment with handsome feet and ambrosial buttocks. Most men are accredited fools shortly after they leave the womb.
    Edward Dahlberg (1900–1977)