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envision

verb en·vi·sion \in-ˈvi-zhən, en-\

: to think of (something that you believe might exist or happen in the future) : to picture (something) in your mind

Full Definition of ENVISION

transitive verb
:  to picture to oneself <envisions a career dedicated to promoting peace>

Examples of ENVISION

  1. The inventor envisioned many uses for his creation.
  2. She envisioned a better life for herself.

First Known Use of ENVISION

1855

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