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envision (verb), envisions; envisioned; envisioning
1. To think of something that people can believe might exist or happen in the future: The glassmakers are envisioning many uses for their creations.

After overcoming most of her health problems, Shirley envisioned a better life for herself and for her family.

2. Etymology: "something seen in the imagination or in the supernatural", from Anglo-French visioun; Old French vision; which came from Latin visionem, visio, "act of seeing, sight, thing seen"; from the past participle stem of videre, "to see".
To picture the future in the mind.
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To imagine something that is not in existence yet.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “envision
To imagine or to mentally picture something that has not happened yet. (2)