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Verb
/ˈviZH(ə)wəˌlīz/,
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visualized, past tense; visualising, present participle; visualizes, 3rd person singular present; visualises, 3rd person singular present; visualised, past tense; visualised, past participle; visualizing, present participle; visualized, past participle;
  1. Form a mental image of; imagine
    • - it is not easy to visualize the future
  2. Make (something) visible to the eye
    • - the cells were better visualized by staining

  1. imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  2. view the outline of by means of an X-ray; "The radiologist can visualize the cancerous liver"
  3. form a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract; "Mathematicians often visualize"
  4. make visible; "With this machine, ultrasound can be visualized"
  5. (visualized) envisioned: seen in the mind as a mental image; "the glory of his envisioned future"; "the snow-covered Alps pictured in her imagination"; "the visualized scene lacked the ugly details of real life"
  6. (visualization) visual image: a mental image that is similar to a visual perception
  7. Visualize is a video release by Def Leppard. A compilation of promo videos, interviews, and concert footage. On DVD, it is bundled with Video Archive.
  8. (Visualization (cam)) Autosuggestion is a psychological technique that was developed by apothecary Émile Coué from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. In 1932, German psychiatrist Johannes Schultz developed and published autogenic training, a relaxation technique influenced by the Coué method. ...
  9. (Visualization (graphic)) Visualization is any technique for creating images, diagrams, or animations to communicate a message. Visualization through visual imagery has been an effective way to communicate both abstract and concrete ideas since the dawn of man. ...
  10. Alternative spelling of visualise
  11. (Visualization) 1. Forming clear mental images often used in magick to focus and direct energy to a visualized goal. 2. Imagining a scene, a person, or an object with intense clarity. ...
  12. (Visualization) Another term for Guided Imagery, visualization basically refers to the power of Mind over Matter. Mind is omnipotent  and can it bring changes in the material realm. "Mind is a mediator Divinity/ Its powers can undo all Nature's work " ( Aurobindo ).
  13. (Visualization) the ability to crate and manipulate mental pictures of an object or concept on the basis of past visual experience and memory. Essential in reading and playing sports.
  14. (Visualization) Technique that involves focusing the mind by consciously creating a mental image of a desired condition to bring about change. May be self-directed or therapist guided. Also known as imaging.
  15. (Visualization) The art of making real your visions. You envision something in your head so strongly and intently that it will become real in your mind, and thus your reality. It works. Used during ritual and spellcrafting, visualization is a, if not the most, valuable tool for the willworker.
  16. (Visualization) A mental image of a swing or shot or even an entire round. (Once she began visualizing her shots, her scoring improved dramatically.)
  17. (Visualization) the practice of forming a mental picture of something, usually to bring about a change.
  18. (VISUALIZATION) Mental images formed in response to specific suggestions, which can lead children into an altered state of consciousness ranging from simple relaxation to a deep, hypnotic trance. ...
  19. (VISUALIZATION) To form a mental image of a situation that is perfect in every detail in such a manner that it is perceived by you as real. Or to remove from your perceptions something that isn't there. ...
  20. (Visualization) A technique thought to aid in self-relaxation and stress reduction that depends upon the ability to imagine oneself in a calmer, less stressful situation.  In some cases this can include picturing oneself in a symptom-free state
  21. (Visualization) Complex analysis tool that presents CFD data as an image. The image can exhibit surface pressure contours. This example shows fluid flow around complex geometries, using the Nordic ski jumper as the model.
  22. (Visualization) Imagining one's race, workout, or run in advance of it actually happening. Other terms with the same general meaning include: mental rehearsal, imagery, and mental imagery.
  23. (Visualization) Most IDS will output their alerts in the form of a log. However, correlating these events can be very difficult even to experienced analysts. Viz tools will represent related events pictorially; for instance probed ports over time will identify low and slow scans. ...
  24. (Visualization) Rehearsing by using your imagination to envision your speech from start to finish
  25. (Visualization) Techniques for turning data into information by using the high capacity of the human brain to visually recognize patterns and trends.