Definition of envision
: to picture to oneself envisions a career dedicated to promoting peace
Examples of envision in a Sentence
The inventor envisioned many uses for his creation.
She envisioned a better life for herself.
Recent Examples of envision from the Web
New buildings would also give many districts a more modern, less Soviet look, just as Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin has envisioned for Russia’s showcase city.
Nick Stone, spokesman for the investment team behind SoccerCity, said Thursday that people who supported Measure L never envisioned the council using it to deny voters a chance to decide key issues.
Nothing This is the easiest scenario to envision, at least for now.
On the surface, a long ago wish of a utopian community that Fairhope's founders envisioned more than 120 years ago, seems to have been realized.
Once envisioned as a state in waiting, the authority now seems like something of a municipal government instead.
Also, many envisioned a Zippo fragrance smelling like lighter fluid, even though the scent was fruity.
Boehner said he's been friends with Trump for 15 years, but still has a hard time envisioning him as president.
MOL’s retail chief, Peter Ratatics, envisions the company one day running a fleet of vehicles and providing services around that.
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Definition of envision for English Language Learners
: to think of (something that you believe might exist or happen in the future) : to picture (something) in your mind
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