imagenounuk /ˈɪm.ɪdʒ/ us /ˈɪm.ɪdʒ/
image noun (MENTAL PICTURE)
- I can't get that dreadful image out of my mind.
- Recently the president has sought to project a much tougher image.
- For some people, the word 'England' may still conjure up images of pretty gardens and tea parties.
- The city is trying to shrug off its industrial image and promote itself as a tourist centre.
- Water, a symbol of life, recurs as an image throughout her poems.
image noun (PICTURE)
- Television confronts the viewer with a succession of glittering and seductive images.
- Their pilots are guided by an infrared optical system that shows images clearly even at night.
- You can use the device to scan the image and reproduce it on-screen in an electronic format.
- One of the film's many unsettling images is of a child playing with her father's gun.
- Can you improve the sharpness of the image at all?