• Definition for "envisage"
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envisage definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To conceive a graphic or a photo of, specially as the next chance: envisaged some sort of at serenity.
    • to take into account or consider in a particular method.
    • To look facing; to apprehend; to respect.
    • To conceive a picture or an image of, specially as a future possibility: envisaged a world at peace.
    • To consider or respect in a specific method.
    • To look facing; to apprehend; to view.
    • To conceive a graphic or a picture of, particularly as another chance: envisaged some sort of at peace.
    • to think about or view in a specific method.
    • To look when confronted with; to apprehend; to respect.
  • verb:
    • To conceive or see anything within a person's mind. To assume or envision.
    • form a mental image of something that is certainly not present or which is not the actual situation
    • To conceive or see some thing within your mind. To imagine or envision.
    • form a mental picture of something which is certainly not current or that is not the scenario
    • To conceive or see anything within your head. To assume or envision.
    • form a mental picture of a thing that is certainly not present or that is not the case
  • others:
    • To look in the face of; face; view; respect; thus, to apprehend straight; perceive by intuition: sometimes, as a term of philosophy, equal to intuit.
    • To look when confronted with; face; view; regard; thus, to apprehend right; perceive by intuition: often, as a term of philosophy, equal to intuit.
    • To look in the face of; face; view; respect; ergo, to apprehend directly; perceive by instinct: sometimes, as a phrase of philosophy, comparable to intuit.
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