She studied her image in the mirror.
The kids sat staring at the images on the TV screen.
painters capturing images of war
black-and-white images of the city
His poem evokes images of the sea and warm summer days.
He is trying hard to improve his image.
The law suit has negatively affected the company's public image.
a politician who cares more about image than about telling the truth Verb
in the painting Sacagawea is imaged as an intrepid woman pointing the way for Lewis and Clark
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Carly Kulzer, Peoplemag, 26 Nov. 2022 But the disturbing image hadn’t set in for some employees, including Briana Tyler, who had just been hired at the store.
Aya Elamroussi, CNN, 26 Nov. 2022 In a recent interview with China Business Journal, Wei cited brand image as a major hurdle, especially in Europe and the United States.
Jeanne Whalen, Washington Post, 26 Nov. 2022 Williams has been public in boosting Auburn’s image in his time at the helm.
Nick Alvarez | Nalvarez@al.com, al, 25 Nov. 2022 In contrast, others believe the protest impacted the company’s public image more than production capacity.
José Adorno, BGR, 25 Nov. 2022 But for a moment, when the team at NASA released the first James Webb Space Telescope image and the universe was revealed in ways never seen before, the world was unified in wonder.Time, 23 Nov. 2022 Spielberg remains one of the industry's great storyboard artists—a master sequencer who knows how to pull audiences along through a narrative, from one iconic image to the next.
A.a. Dowd, Chron, 23 Nov. 2022 As far as balancing cost to image quality, this screen is arguably the best value OLED on the market.
Eric Ravenscraft Matt Jancer, WIRED, 23 Nov. 2022
The team then used cutting-edge microscopy techniques to image how this viral transfer occurred.
Stephanie Pappas, Scientific American, 20 July 2022 While a very powerful personal camera might have megapixel resolution, astronomers have constructed a device that will image the distant universe with 3.2 gigapixel resolution.WIRED, 20 Oct. 2022 To capture these brilliant images in such crisp detail, the Small World participants used an array of techniques ranging from fluorescent staining, which makes tissues glow under certain light, to image stacking, which increases the depth of field.
Sarah Kuta, Smithsonian Magazine, 17 Oct. 2022 The James Webb Space Telescope was able to image the planet through various infrared light filters while blocking the light from its parent star.
Michael Kan, PCMAG, 1 Sep. 2022 Deep learning has the potential to solve big real-world problems, from curing diseases (subscription required) to image analysis to delivering effective cyber defense to ending traffic deaths.
Douglas Mcdowell, Forbes, 11 Oct. 2022 The camera uses the red LED for in situ illumination and captures that image with its sensors, then repeats the process with the green and blue LEDs.
Jennifer Ouellette, Ars Technica, 29 Sep. 2022 The other cubesats will study lunar ice with a spectrometer, image the moon and the spacecraft, test airbags in a lunar crash landing, and probe other research questions.
Carlyn Kranking, Smithsonian Magazine, 26 Aug. 2022 Over a period of 208 hours, the project will image a piece of the sky called COSMOS that is three times the size of the full moon.
Sumeet Kulkarni, Los Angeles Times, 25 July 2022 See More
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Middle English, "effigy, figure, mental impression of something observed, reflection, resemblance," borrowed from Anglo-French, shortened from imagene, borrowed from Latin imāgin-, imāgō "representation, reflection, apparition, semblance, copy, visible form," from imā- (probably the stem of an otherwise unattested verb *imārī with the same base as imitārī "to follow as a pattern, copy") + -gin-, -gō, denominal or deverbal noun suffix — more at imitate
Middle English imagen, in part derivative of imageimage entry 1, in part borrowed from Middle French ymagier "to imagine," derivative of image