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visualize (VIZH oo ligz") (verb), visualizes; visualized; visualizing
1. To form a mental image or to imagine seeing something in one's mind: When Jake was getting ready to attend a university, he was encouraged by his parents to visualize what it would be like to successfully graduate and to have a great career as a computer expert.
2. To produce an image of an internal organ or other part of the body by using X-rays or other means, such as magnetic resonance imaging: The medical doctor wanted to visualize how well the patient was doing after his back operation.
To form a mental image or a vision of something.
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To mentally visualize something that is not present to the sight.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ize (page 10) vid-, video-, vis-, -vision, -visional, -visionally, visuo-, vu- (page 18)
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To mentally see a desired objective or purpose before it is accomplished. (2)