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Translation of "imagine" - English-Spanish dictionary

imagine

verb   /ɪˈmædʒ·ɪn/ ( present participle imagining, past tense and past participle imagined)
B1 to make an idea or picture of something in your mind imaginar(se) Imagine being able to do all your shopping from home.
B1 to have an idea of what something is like or might be like imaginar(se) Can you imagine how it feels to be blind?
B1 to think that you hear or see something that does not really exist imaginar ‘Did you hear a noise?’ ‘No, you’re imagining things.’
to believe that something is probably true suponer I imagine he is quite difficult to live with.
(Definition of imagine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

imagine

verb /iˈmӕdʒin/
to form a mental picture of (something) imaginar I can imagine how you felt.
to see or hear etc (something which is not true or does not exist) imaginar(se) Children often imagine that there are frightening animals under their beds You’re just imagining things!
to think; to suppose imaginar, suponer I imagine (that) he will be late.
imaginable adjective
used to emphasize that something is the most extreme that can be imagined imaginable He suffered the worst pain imaginable.
used to emphasize that something includes every possible example of a particular thing imaginable The book has recipes for every imaginable type of cake.
imaginary adjective
existing only in the mind or imagination; not real imaginario A unicorn is an imaginary creature Her illnesses are usually imaginary.
imagination noun
(the part of the mind which has) the ability to form mental pictures imaginación I can see it all in my imagination.
the creative ability of a writer etc imaginación This story shows a lot of imagination.
the seeing etc of things which do not exist imaginación There was no-one there – it was just your imagination.
imaginative /-nətiv, (American) -neitiv/ adjective
(opposite unimaginative) having, or created with, imagination imaginativo an imaginative writer This essay is interesting and imaginative.
(Definition of imagine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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