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She tried to imagine the scene.
Imagine that you are lying on a beach.
Imagine yourself sitting behind your big new desk.
I imagine him as a distinguished old gentleman.
I think they imagine the company to be bigger than it is.
It's hard to imagine a more unpleasant job.
Imagine my surprise when they announced I had won!
He had never imagined that digging was such hard work.
You can imagine what the newspapers would do if they ever found out about this.
I had fondly imagined that riding a camel would be easy.
She always imagines the worst (=thinks the worst possible thing has happened).
'There! I heard it again!' 'There's nothing there – you're just imagining things!'
In these situations, you imagine everyone is laughing at you.
This is the British English definition of imagine. View American English definition of imagine.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony