Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Imagination"

The meaning of "Imagination" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ​‎I began to let my imagination take over. mean?
A: Thank you for your help!
Q: What does if we give our imagination free rein mean?
A: Free rein means complete freedom, to be unrestricted.

So “If we allow our imaginations to...(be unrestricted, or have no limitations, or be free, or have free rein)...there are no limits to what we might accomplish.”
Q: What does I am encouraged to use my imagination and empowered to create magic for our customers. mean?
A: English please
Q: What does What I love about snowkiting is just your imagination that sets the limit. No day of kiting is the same. mean?
A: What is snow kiting?
Do you mean skiing?
スキー ?

Example sentences using "Imagination"

Q: Please show me example sentences with imagination .
A: > John is creative. He has plenty of ideas. He has a great imagination.

> It is said that children have way better imagination than adults.

> Don't be scared, monsters do not exist. They are just in your imagination.

> "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Albert Einstein once said.

> We are lost! Use your imagination and get us out of here!

> I have a vivid imagination. My dreams are just crazy!

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Q: Please show me example sentences with imagination
Imagination is uncountable noun or countable noun?.
A: imagination can be both countable AND uncountable
1. Her imagination got the better of her.
2. Some people have wild imaginations.
3. It’s beyond my imagination to receive that prize.
Q: Please show me example sentences with imagination.
A: Use your imagination.
Imagination has no limits.
Books have ability to expand your imagination.
Imagination can change perceptions of reality.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I'll leave it to your imagination.
A: Boy: "Can you play the guitar for me?"
Girl: "Haha, I think I'll leave it to your imagination."

Meaning; no I won't do it but you can imagine it happening instead.

Synonyms of "Imagination" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between imagination and reality ?
A: imagination is something made up completely by your mind(I let my imaginations run wild)
reality is something like the real world (I was forced to come back to reality after waking up)
Q: What is the difference between imagination and fantasy ?
A: They can mean the same thing, but you use your imagination to create a fantasy

Translations of "Imagination"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagination
A: [ih-ma-jih-nay-shuhn]
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? imagination
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? vivid imagination
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagination
A: Here it is.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagination
A: pronounced "imm-aa-gin-a-shin"

Other questions about "Imagination"

Q: fancy: imagination or somthing that you imagine or dream about.

fantasy: a pleasant or unusual experience that you imagine is happening to you.

what is the difference between fancy and fantasy?
A: Usually, Americans wouldn't use that definition of fancy. When we say fancy, we usually mean that something is high class or expensive. Example: "That lamp is fancy."
Fancy with that definition is usually used in Britain, and they usually use it in a way that means that they have a crush on someone, or they really like an idea. So, for example, you could say "I fancy him" (I have a crush on him) or "I fancy that idea." (I like that idea.)
Fantasy is usually used in a context of us explaining our dream scenario. So, I could say "Tell me your fantasy" or "It was like a fantasy world."
Q: Was my imagination
does this sound natural?
A: You need an article.

It was my imagination.

That was just my imagination.
Q: It's only your imagination.
You just think so.
あなたがそう思ってるだけ。 does this sound natural?
A: ちょうどいいですよ
Q: "she has a very vivid imagination"
what situation do I apply this for?
A: When you want to say she is creative (창조적 인 사람)
Q: "Extremely lively with great imagination" is the words that Independent on Sunday said about Harry Potter books does this sound natural?
A: "Extremely lively with great imagination" was used by the Independent on Sunday to describe the Harry Potter books.

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