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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: envisager, from visage; VISAGE

envisage

verb
     
en‧vis‧age [transitive]
to think that something is likely to happen in the future:
The scheme cost a lot more than we had originally envisaged.
envisage doing something
I don't envisage working with him again.

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