UK [ɪnˈvɪʒ(ə)n] / US verb [transitive]
Word forms "envision":
present tense I/you/we/they envision he/she/it envisions present participle envisioning past tense envisioned past participle envisioned American
to envisage

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  • envision — [en vizh′ən, invizh′ən] vt. [ EN 1 + VISION] to imagine (something not yet in existence); picture in the mind …   English World dictionary

  • envision — envisage, envision 1. Envisage is an early 19c loanword from French, meaning at first ‘to look in the face of’ and then (its current meaning) ‘to have a mental picture of (something yet to happen)’. Fowler (1926) dismissed it as an ‘undesirable… …   Modern English usage

  • envision — (esp. AmE) verb ADVERB ▪ initially, originally ▪ The work took longer than initially envisioned. ▪ easily ▪ I can easily envision them working together. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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  • envision — [[t]ɪnvɪ̱ʒ(ə)n[/t]] envisions, envisioning, envisioned VERB If you envision something, you envisage it. [AM; also BRIT, LITERARY] [V n] In the future we envision a federation of companies... [V that] Most people do stop at this point, not… …   English dictionary

  • envision — /en vizh euhn/, v.t. to picture mentally, esp. some future event or events: to envision a bright future. [1920 25; EN 1 + VISION] * * * …   Universalium

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