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Detailed Synonyms for project in English

project:

project [the ~] noun

  1. the project
    the project; the lecture; the paper
  2. the project
    the project; the plan
  3. the project
    – any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted 1
    the labour; the labor; the task; the project; the undertaking
    – any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted 1
  4. the project
    – a planned undertaking 1
    the project; the projection
    – a planned undertaking 1
  5. the project
    – A set of source files and related metadata, such as component references and build instructions, that helps you organize and perform common tasks on the items that you are developing. Projects are contained within a solution. 2
    the project
    – A set of source files and related metadata, such as component references and build instructions, that helps you organize and perform common tasks on the items that you are developing. Projects are contained within a solution. 2
  6. the project
    – A file that keeps track of all programs, forms, menus, libraries, reports, labels, queries, and other types of files that are needed to create an application. 2
    the project
    – A file that keeps track of all programs, forms, menus, libraries, reports, labels, queries, and other types of files that are needed to create an application. 2
  7. the project
    – A temporary endeavor undertaken to meet or exceed stakeholder expectations. 2
    the project
    – A temporary endeavor undertaken to meet or exceed stakeholder expectations. 2
  8. the project
    – A sales agreement between a company and a customer. 2
    the job; the project
    – A sales agreement between a company and a customer. 2

to project verb (projects, projected, projecting)

  1. to project
    to project
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
  2. to project
    – present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc. 1
    to propose; to project
    – present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc. 1
    • propose verb (proposes, proposed, proposing)
      • He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism1
      • She proposed a new theory of relativity1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
  3. to project
    – regard as objective 1
    to project; externalize; externalise
    – regard as objective 1
  4. to project
    – communicate vividly 1
    to project
    – communicate vividly 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
      • He projected his feelings1
  5. to project
    – transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another 1
    to project
    – transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
  6. to project
    – throw, send, or cast forward 1
    to project; to send off
    – throw, send, or cast forward 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
      • project a missile1
    • send off verb (sends off, sent off, sending off)
  7. to project
    – put or send forth 1
    to cast; to throw; to project; to contrive
    – put or send forth 1
    • cast verb (casts, casted, casting)
      • cast a spell1
      • cast a warm light1
    • throw verb (throws, threw, throwing)
      • She threw the flashlight beam into the corner1
      • The setting sun threw long shadows1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
    • contrive verb (contrives, contrived, contriving)
  8. to project
    – imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind 1
    to see; to fancy; image; to figure; to project; to picture; visualize; envision; visualise
    – imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • I can't see him on horseback!1
      • I can see what will happen1
      • I can see a risk in this strategy1
    • fancy verb (fancies, fancied, fancying)
    • image verb
    • figure verb (figures, figured, figuring)
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
    • picture verb (pictures, pictured, picturing)
    • visualize verb, American
    • envision verb
    • visualise verb, British
  9. to project
    – make or work out a plan for; devise 1
    to design; to plan; to project; to contrive
    – make or work out a plan for; devise 1
    • design verb (designs, designed, designing)
      • design a new sales strategy1
    • plan verb (plans, planned, planning)
      • plan an attack1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
    • contrive verb (contrives, contrived, contriving)
      • They contrived to murder their boss1
  10. to project
    – draw a projection of 1
    to project
    – draw a projection of 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
  11. to project
    – project on a screen 1
    to project
    – project on a screen 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
      • The images are projected onto the screen1
  12. to project
    – cause to be heard 1
    to project
    – cause to be heard 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
      • His voice projects well1
  13. to project
    – extend out or project in space 1
    to project; to protrude; to stick out; to jut out; jut
    – extend out or project in space 1
    • project verb (projects, projected, projecting)
    • protrude verb (protrudes, protruded, protruding)
    • stick out verb (sticks out, stuck out, sticking out)
    • jut out verb (juts out, jutted out, jutting out)
    • jut verb
      • His sharp nose jutted out1

Conjugations for project:

present
  1. project
  2. project
  3. projects
  4. project
  5. project
  6. project
simple past
  1. projected
  2. projected
  3. projected
  4. projected
  5. projected
  6. projected
present perfect
  1. have projected
  2. have projected
  3. has projected
  4. have projected
  5. have projected
  6. have projected
past continuous
  1. was projecting
  2. were projecting
  3. was projecting
  4. were projecting
  5. were projecting
  6. were projecting
future
  1. shall project
  2. will project
  3. will project
  4. shall project
  5. will project
  6. will project
continuous present
  1. am projecting
  2. are projecting
  3. is projecting
  4. are projecting
  5. are projecting
  6. are projecting
subjunctive
  1. be projected
  2. be projected
  3. be projected
  4. be projected
  5. be projected
  6. be projected
diverse
  1. project!
  2. let's project!
  3. projected
  4. projecting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Related Definitions for "project":

  1. any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted1
  2. a planned undertaking1
  3. present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc.1
  4. regard as objective1
  5. communicate vividly1
    • He projected his feelings1
  6. transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another1
  7. throw, send, or cast forward1
    • project a missile1
  8. put or send forth1
  9. imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind1
  10. make or work out a plan for; devise1
  11. draw a projection of1
  12. project on a screen1
    • The images are projected onto the screen1
  13. cause to be heard1
    • His voice projects well1
  14. extend out or project in space1
  15. A set of source files and related metadata, such as component references and build instructions, that helps you organize and perform common tasks on the items that you are developing. Projects are contained within a solution.2
  16. A file that keeps track of all programs, forms, menus, libraries, reports, labels, queries, and other types of files that are needed to create an application.2
  17. A temporary endeavor undertaken to meet or exceed stakeholder expectations.2
  18. A sales agreement between a company and a customer.2

Related Synonyms for project



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