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

The meaning of "Imagine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'd imagine so mean?
A: It is similar to I think so, or I believe so! :)
Q: What does imagine that mean?
A: Saying “imagine that” shows that it is a surprise or is not expected.
Q: What does To imagine him failing is very difficult. mean?
A: It’s hard to see him failing. So you don’t want him to fail if that makes sense.
Q: What does imagine mean?
A: Imagine what the world would be like with peace.

Imagine eating ice cream.

Imagine you at the beach.

I like to imagine me not being at work 😂😂😂
Q: What does i can only imagine mean?
A: Because they have not experienced it themselves, they can only imagine.

Example sentences using "Imagine"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Can you imagine how many〜?.
A: Can you imagine how many places I would have visited if it wasn't for the Coronavirus?

Can you imagine how many people would fit in that large building?

Can you imagine how many days it would take to climb up that mountain?

Can you imagine how many years this must have been stuck in that treasure box?

Can you imagine how many lives have been saved all because of that simple good deed?
Q: Please show me example sentences with imagine .
A: "When I'm feeling stressed, I like to imagine myself sitting on a beach on a sunny day."
"I often spend time imagining myself doing great things that I will probably never do."
"Stop being so unkind to her! Imagine if you were her; how would YOU feel if someone treated you like that?"
"It's so terrible what happened to those people. I can't even imagine what that experience was like."
"Imagine how great the world would be if we all cared more about each other!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with imagine.
A: Imagine the future.
I imagine a dragon.
He imagines happiness.
Q: Please show me example sentences with more than you can imagine.
A: That cheese factory store is amazing! They have more different flavors and shapes of cheese than you could imagine!
Q: Please show me example sentences with imaginary, imaginative, imagining, imagined, imaginable .
A: - This is my IMAGINARY friend

- Your child is very IMAGINATIVE

- I am IMAGINING something right now

- I IMAGINED something the other day

- A unicorn is unimaginable, but a horse with a horn strapped to its head is IMAGINABLE ("unimaginable" is much more commonly used than "imaginable". Most people would say "I could/can imagine...")

Synonyms of "Imagine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between imagine and visualize and Can i use “to imagine” instead of using visualize? ?
A: Yes they mostly mean the same thing. Yes you can use 'to imagine' instead of 'to visualise'. (visualize in American English). I say mostly because although they mean the same thing, 'visualise' can suggest things that 'imagine' does not and vice versa. I think the first answer here explains it nicely: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-imagining-and-visualizing

If that's too difficult for you to understand, for now just use them interchangeably as it's not a big issue

Q: What is the difference between imagine and guess ?
A: Its wierd, they can be the same in some sentences.

Examples are really the only way to explain it.

"I guess it is time to go."
"I imagine it is time to go."
These are examples where it it is the same.

"Imagine if ghosts was real."
This means think about what it would be like if ghosts were real.
where saying "Guess what it would be like if ghosts were real."
makes a lot less sense to an english speaker. It makes it seem like a question. However, they could figure it out quickly.

Imagine, is to use your imagination which means Invision in it your mind. Guess is to assume.
Q: What is the difference between imagine and conceive ?
A: 意味としては同じですが、個人的にはイメージが少し違います。conceiveには妊娠するという使い方もあるので、「考え」をconceiveするというのは、外から考えをもらうというイメージが強いと思います。それに対しimagineの方は心の中から浮かぶというイメージが強いと思います。あくまでも個人的なイメージですからご参考まで。
Q: What is the difference between who could imagine what was going to happen next. and who could imagine what would happen next. ?
A: they basically mean the same thing, but "would" is a more conditional word, suggesting a little more ambiguity (it is possible that you still don't know what happens next), whereas with "was going to" there is no ambiguity and what happened next definitely did happen. if that is confusing its probably okay, no native English speaker would care if you used one or the other, they mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between imagine and visualize ?
A: visualize means to imagine a picture/scene. It only utilizes 1 sense - the visual sense. You can visualize yourself winning a gold medal and would literally think of an image of yourself on a podium getting a gold medal.

imagine can be more abstract. it can include visualization, but it also is a way to think of a concept. like John Lennon's song Imagine asks you to 'imagine all the people living in peace.' That is difficult to visualize because it is too broad.

Translations of "Imagine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagine
A: no problem👍
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? imagine
A: In a sentence, I can imagine the pain you went through. Imagine means visualise; form a mental image or concept of.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagine
A: Imagine
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? imagine
A: Imagine.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can imagine it all.
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Other questions about "Imagine"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce I can't imagine him leaving me..
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Q: I can't imagine how it taste like Does this sound natural?
A: "I can't imagine how it tastes" sounds more natural
Q: I can't imagine what you are like when you are working. Does this sound natural?
A: good work. your sentence is quite formal and grammatically correct; informally I would say something like "I can't imagine what you are like at work" but it's hard to know without context.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "I can't even imagine it.".
A: I pronounce “imagine” like, “uh-mag-in”
Q: You can't imagine how important it is Does this sound natural?
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