undertaking, project, task, labor(noun)
any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted
"he prepared for great undertakings"
a planned undertaking
"He projected his feelings"
stick out, protrude, jut out, jut, project(verb)
extend out or project in space
"His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
digest, start, figure, abide, jump out, bulge out, plan, support, send off, jut, endure, put up, stick out, pop out, bulge, stand out, externalise, see, throw, fancy, picture, visualize, externalize, jut out, bug out, cast, stomach, stand, propose, image, envision, brook, jump, pouch, contrive, suffer, pop, visualise, leap out, protrude, come out, tolerate, design, bear
transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another
project on a screen
"The images are projected onto the screen"
cause to be heard
"His voice projects well"
draw a projection of
plan, project, contrive, design(verb)
make or work out a plan for; devise
"They contrived to murder their boss"; "design a new sales strategy"; "plan an attack"
throw, see, protrude, design, visualize, figure, excogitate, jut, forge, propose, cast, externalise, plan, image, devise, fancy, visualise, stick out, invent, contrive, send off, picture, envision, jut out, externalize, formulate, be after
present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc.
"He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism"; "She proposed a new theory of relativity"
suggest, aim, throw, see, protrude, design, pop the question, visualize, figure, jut, propose, advise, cast, purport, declare oneself, plan, image, externalise, fancy, visualise, stick out, contrive, offer, send off, envision, jut out, externalize, nominate, purpose, picture
visualize, visualise, envision, project, fancy, see, figure, picture, image(verb)
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"
ensure, interpret, examine, look, experience, get word, visualise, watch, assure, image, fancy, run across, go steady, protrude, learn, cast, run into, enter, discover, escort, jut, pick up, visit, reckon, jut out, consider, forecast, come across, cypher, get a line, externalize, get wind, contrive, take care, calculate, control, ascertain, insure, attend, compute, date, realize, see, check, stick out, foresee, meet, propose, witness, go for, count on, catch, construe, design, estimate, regard, visualize, picture, plan, find, work out, go through, take in, view, take to, throw, hear, render, externalise, go out, envision, determine, see to it, encounter, figure, find out, cipher, understand, depict, show, send off, realise
project, cast, contrive, throw(verb)
put or send forth
"She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; "cast a spell"; "cast a warm light"
roam, flip, spue, redact, fuddle, drift, visualise, draw, cast off, have, image, wander, hurl, protrude, mold, cast, rove, put, bedevil, jut, throw away, frame, hold, confound, drop, vomit up, mould, roll, externalize, throw up, contrive, retch, purge, discombobulate, tramp, disgorge, cat, thrust, stray, stick out, propose, give, bewilder, shed, fox, fancy, shake off, make, devise, design, excogitate, see, range, vagabond, swan, visualize, picture, plan, chuck, formulate, ramble, forge, throw off, send off, throw, befuddle, regurgitate, vomit, jut out, externalise, hurtle, envision, spew, honk, regorge, invent, switch, figure, upchuck, be sick, barf, confuse, sick, couch, bemuse, puke
project, send off(verb)
throw, send, or cast forward
"project a missile"
throw, see, protrude, design, visualize, figure, send, jut, dispatch, propose, cast, plan, get off, image, externalise, fancy, visualise, stick out, despatch, contrive, send off, envision, jut out, externalize, picture
project, externalize, externalise(verb)
regard as objective
exteriorize, throw, see, protrude, design, visualize, figure, jut, propose, exteriorise, cast, plan, image, externalise, fancy, visualise, stick out, contrive, objectify, send off, envision, jut out, externalize, picture
To extend beyond a surface.
To make plans for; to forecast.
The CEO is projecting the completion of the acquisition by April 2007.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Design refers to the adaptation of means to an end, the correspondence and coordination of parts, or of separate acts, to produce a result; intent and purpose overleap all particulars, and fasten on the end itself. Intention is simply the more familiar form of the legal and philosophical intent. Plan relates to details of form, structure, and action, in themselves; design considers these same details all as a means to an end. The plan of a campaign may be for a series of sharp attacks, with the design of thus surprising and overpowering the enemy. A man comes to a fixed intention to kill his enemy; he forms a plan to entrap him into his power, with the design of then compassing his death; as the law can not read the heart, it can only infer the intent from the evidences of design. Intent denotes a straining, stretching forth toward an object; purpose simply the placing it before oneself; hence, we speak of the purpose rather than the intent or intention of God. We hold that the marks of design in nature prove it the work of a great Designer. Intention contemplates the possibility of failure; purpose looks to assured success; intent or intention refers especially to the state of mind of the actor; purpose to the result of the action. Compare AIM; CAUSE; IDEA; MODEL.
The design of defrauding; the design of a building; a design for a statue.
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delineate (as a sphere upon a plane)
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How to use project in a sentence?
The key project is the expansion of antigen bulk production which will come online in 2024. That will be what will create the next step change in our capacity.
No one tells Project Veritas who or what to investigate.
We’re certainly not looking to take anything away from the private sector, it’s a huge project, so we want to make sure we’re going into this with eyes wide open.
They’re painting a picture which I don’t think represents the project.
To make Zenit a good soccer club was Mutko's project, putin appreciated his performance and took him to Moscow, a move Mutko never desired. It seems to me Putin decided that Mutko can do a lot for Russian sport in general, after doing a lot for Zenit.
Translations for project
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- projecteCatalan, Valencian
- vorspringen, voraussagen, projizieren, erwarten, vorausberechnen, werfen, Projekt, ragen, hochrechnen, überstehen, ausfahren, projektieren, hervorragen, planen, vorstehen, herausragen, vorhersagenGerman
- proyecto, proyectarSpanish
- پروژه, پیشافکند, پیشبینی کردنPersian
- langeta, projekti, projisoida, hanke, suunnitelma, heijastaaFinnish
- projeter, projetFrench
- הקרין, מיזם, תכנן, פרויקט, ציפהHebrew
- pwojèHaitian Creole
- vetít, projekt, vet, terv, tervezHungarian
- studio, sporgere, sportare, ricerca, progettoItalian
- プロジェクト, 計画, 団地Japanese
- 계획, 計劃Korean
- inceptum, projectLatin
- koutu, kūraeMāori
- проект, план, выступатьRussian
- пројекат, projekt, пројект, projekatSerbo-Croatian
- sträcka ut, projektera, projicera, projektSwedish
- miradi, mradiSwahili
- đề án, kế hoạchVietnamese
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