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the ability to form a picture, story, or idea in your mind
the ability to create new ideas or things using your imagination
situations or ideas that exist in your mind but are not real
the ability to think of, do, or create something new, interesting, and different
if you have a vivid imagination, you are able to imagine ideas, images, etc very easily
involving the use of your imagination
involving a lot of imagination and new ideas
able to be imagined or considered possible
original and showing a lot of imagination
if your imagination runs riot, you have a lot of strange or exciting thoughts
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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