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to form a picture of something or someone in your mind
to think that something is possible, although you do not definitely know if it is
to invent or to imagine something, especially an excuse
to imagine something
to imagine something that has not happened or does not exist
to consider the possibility of something happening
to spend time thinking about something pleasant, especially when you should be doing something more serious
to imagine that something pleasant, exciting, or unusual is happening to you
to let your imagination or feelings develop in an uncontrolled way
to imagine that a particular thing is going to happen in the future
used to describe something which is done more carefully and over a longer period of time …
the work that a teacher does when they teach a particular subject, especially to one person or to...
the practice of giving birth in the presence of several friends and relatives
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Free thesaurus definition of to imagine or to use your imagination from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.