(Coloq UK slang) What your I-phone does when you take a picture with it.
I iz gunna do sum phat imagine of me an' my hoe in da bedroom aaaiight!
by lisa_urban May 17, 2008
A type of fanfiction where the reader is included in the story as the protagonist. Often times uses 'y/n' (for 'your name') to represent the reader's name. Popularized on Tumblr with stories about One Direction.
teenage girlfriend: "I just read an imagines where Harry Styles and I went on a vacation to Mexico. Why don't you ever treat me like that?"
teenage boyfriend: "smh".
by kryzk February 23, 2014
1. having the creative spirit and freedom of the mind and body to accomplish one's desires.

2. seeing the world through many perspectives and points of view in hopes of creating a better tomorrow
Spongebob: With Imagination, anything's possible :D
by Squishy McGiggles February 23, 2012
a child's way of lying to themselves about the real world
Joey: Hey let's use our imagination powers to lie to ourselves
Kevin: Sure sounds like fun
by Gotapoint October 17, 2020
Sarcastic remark used when someone says something pointless or irrelevant. Can also be used if someone points out something obvious.
A: Omigod! My relationship with my boyfriend who's a drug dealing, crack sniffing, abusive scumbag is over!!

B: Imagine that.
by Diane December 7, 2004
Something a lot of mature people don't have. Imagination is what people need in life.
Imagination is the greatest super power a person can have.
You can think up anything and make it come to life with the power of imagination.
by DarthBentley August 18, 2015
Engineering things out of thin air. A conjunction between the words imaginary and engineering. Basically used to describe how people first say that something will be made or done, then actually get down to doing it.
A classic example of imagineering in action is how America is "dealing" with its financial crisis by just making more money without logically thinking about all of the consequences that will follow. Tsk tsk America, you be fuckin up.
by Xero _ Manifest December 24, 2010