English - Vietnamese Dictionary
envisage /in'vizidʤ/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- đương đầu với (sự nguy hiểm, sự việc...)
- dự tính, vạch ra (kế hoạch...); nhìn trước
+form a mental image of something that is not present or that is not the case
Advanced English Dictionary
1 visualize, contemplate, imagine, picture, conceive (of), fancy, think or dream or conjure up, Chiefly US envision:
Envisage a city built entirely of glass.
2 foresee, see, predict, forecast, anticipate:
I envisage a time when all people will be free.
(especially BrE) (AmE usually envision) verb to imagine what will happen in the future: [VN] What level of profit do you envisage? + [V -ing] I don't envisage working with him again. + [VN -ing] I can't envisage her coping with this job. + [VN that] It is envisaged that the talks will take place in the spring. [also V that, V wh-]
It was originally envisaged that the talks would take place in the spring.
| always, never
VERB + ENVISAGE
I can envisage difficulties if we continue with this policy.
| be difficult to, be hard to, be impossible to | be easy to, be possible to
Random quote: Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.: Dalai LamaLatest queries: recruit, sunroom, server, boiler, crass, wise, welter, loathsome, hollow, palm, thirsty, thirsty, plod, inferior, weatherman, rich, unemployed, resent, commissary, envisage,