Translation of imaginar in English:
- 1.1 (suponer, figurarse) imagino que seguirás con la misma empresano puede usted imaginar cuánto se lo agradezcoI suppose o imagine o expect you're still with the same company1.2 (formar una imagen mental de) trata de imaginarlo pintado de blancoyou can't imagine how grateful I am to you1.3 (idear)try to imagine o picture it painted white
also: imaginarse verbo pronominal
- 1.1 (suponer, figurarse) me imagino que no le habrán quedado ganas de repetir la experienciano me imagino qué puede haber estado haciendo allíI don't imagine o suppose he feels like repeating the experienceno te puedes imaginar lo mal que nos tratóI can't imagine o think what he could have been doing therenunca me hubiera imaginado que nos iba a traicionaryou've no idea how badly she treated us¿sabes cuánto les costó? — me imagino que un dineralI'd never have dreamed o imagined that he would betray us¿quedó contento? — ¡imagínate!do you know how much it cost them? — a fortune, I should imagine o think¿habrá que moverlo de ahí? — me imagino que síwas he happy? — what do you think!no sabes cómo me dolió — ¡me (lo) imagino!do you think we'll have to move it — I suppose so o I imagine so o it looks like it1.2 (formar una imagen mental) ¿te la imaginas con diez kilos menos?it was unbelievably painful — I can imagine! o [familiar] I bet it was!me lo imaginaba más altocan you imagine o picture her ten kilos lighter?imagínatelo sin barbaI imagined him to be tallerI thought he would be tallerimagine how he'd look without a beard
- No quiero imaginar qué haría de Lima si lo eligen.
- El resultado posterior, ya os lo podéis imaginar.
- La verdad me imaginaba muchas cosas, pero yo trabajo duro.
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