imagineverb

  • ja想像する、思う、推測する
  • ento form a picture in your mind of what something might be like

Examples

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Okay, everyone, close your eyes,
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inhale a long, deep breath,
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and imagine a calm, serene scene.
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Yennefer, imagine the most powerful woman in the world.
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This imagery can be visual,
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like when you close your eyes and imagine a red wagon,
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or it can be auditory,
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like when you imagine the sound of a baby screaming
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or oil sizzling in a pan.
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Your bald head.
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Oh, yes.
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It's really smooth.
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Sometimes, I stare at it and imagine a little chick popping out!
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I like to imagine a fairytale ending.
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This is crazy.
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I can't imagine the Nine-Nine without you.
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I went there before this meeting to check it out.
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It is just like I imagined it.
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Imagine if you had left Stevie Wonder on the floor of that bathroom instead of me.
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Oh, we wouldn't. We love Stevie Wonder.