Adjective "visualizing" definition and examples

(Visualizing may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈvɪzjʊəlʌɪz//ˈvɪʒ(j)ʊəlʌɪz/

Definitions and examples

verb

Form a mental image of; imagine.
  1. 'Plan scenes, visualize everything before the game so you have images in your head you can exploit even if things don't head in the right direction.'
  2. 'I like to think of wire sculpture as imagination visualized with wire.'
  3. 'Your goal is to visualize the easiest of the three shots and trust it.'
  4. 'The idea becomes a dream and he visualizes himself making the phone calls and discussing it with his boss, as if he is watching a movie of his new life unfolding.'
  5. 'An easy way to visualize this is to imagine watching a home video a friend filmed.'
  6. 'Changing your mental image first, by visualizing that future, paves the way for success.'
  7. 'Just by simply closing your eyes you can use the magnificent ability you have to visualize and imagine.'
  8. 'Anyway the mental images I visualise are very powerful, and exceed anything I used to see in movies when I used to be able to see.'
  9. 'Also try positive imagery; create an image that is relaxing, such as visualizing yourself on a secluded beach.'
  10. 'It takes an inventive imagination to read these things and accurately visualize anything.'
Make (something) visible to the eye.
  1. 'Whole cells were fixed and stained with DAPI to visualize nuclei and chromosomes.'
  2. 'Non-fluorescent techniques for visualizing comets based on staining with silver nitrate have also been used.'

More definitions

1. to recall or form mental images or pictures. verb (used with object), visualized, visualizing.

2. to make visual or visible.

3. to form a mental image of.

4. to make perceptible to the mind or imagination.

More examples(as adjective)

"works can be visualizing."

"lives can be visualizing."

Origin

(visualize)