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Translation of "imagine" - English-Turkish dictionary

imagine

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪˈmædʒɪn/
CREATE B1 to create an idea or picture of something in your mind
hayal etmek, tasavvur etmek, düşünmek, gözünde canlandırmak
[+ doing sth] Imagine being able to do all your shopping from your armchair. [+ question word] You can imagine how pleased I was when the letter arrived.Imagining and conceiving
BELIEVE B2 to believe that something is probably true
sanmak, hayal etmek
I imagine he must be under a lot of pressure at the moment.Believing
NOT REAL B1 to think that you hear or see something which does not really exist
hayal görmek, sanmak, zannetmek
I can't hear anything - you must be imagining it.Imagining and conceiving
(Definition of imagine from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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