verb (used with object) pro·ject [pruh-jekt] /prəˈdʒɛkt/
- to throw forward an image of (a figure or the like) by straight lines or rays, either parallel, converging, or diverging, that pass through all its points and reproduce it on another surface or figure.
- to transform the points (of one figure) into those of another by a correspondence between points.
verb (used without object) pro·ject [pruh-jekt] /prəˈdʒɛkt/
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Example sentences from the Web for project
Taking on this project could be fun, too, so you bought her and started the alterations – and then, as in the new book “Like Crazy” by Dan Mathews, you took in your Mom.
I look forward to working with these newsrooms to support their ambitious projects.ProPublica Selects Six Public Broadcasting Projects for Local Reporting Network|by ProPublica|August 21, 2020|ProPublica
“We Build the Wall has not provided any other financial support to Fisher Industries and Fisher Industries does not have any other ongoing projects with We Build the Wall,” Houston-based attorney Mark Courtois said in a statement.Private Border Wall Fundraisers Have Been Arrested on Fraud Charges|by Perla Trevizo, Jeremy Schwartz and Lexi Churchill|August 20, 2020|ProPublica
By the look of it, Americans have been rolling up their sleeves during quarantine and tackling those home-improvement projects.These 2 home improvement stocks are up 30% this year. They’re still a buy|Anne Sraders|August 19, 2020|Fortune
If you follow the cryptocurrency industry, you’ve probably heard of a project called Filecoin.Are blockchain companies cursed with too much cash?|Jeff|August 19, 2020|Fortune
So it might be me projecting my desires onto Archer to want to just get away from work for a few weeks.‘Archer’ Creator Adam Reed Spills Season 6 Secrets, From Surreal Plotlines to Life Post-ISIS|Marlow Stern|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Projecting her voice over the noise of the traffic, she said, “I stand by that call today.”
While the substance of their views may not always differ much, the form does—and form matters tremendously when projecting power.
After a “honeymoon” period of projecting positive things onto our partners, we begin projecting negative things onto them instead.
For us it was very tough, projecting, coming up with a security plan.
A heavy log, planed to a smooth top surface and resting on two projecting stone brackets, is frequently used with good effect.Making a Fireplace|Henry H. Saylor
It is a very pulpit, and that projecting slab is the sounding-board.
Mechanically his hand again thrust the pick under the projecting rock.Peasant Tales of Russia|V.I. Nemirovitch-Dantchenko
There was a projecting boss of rude, half-obliterated carving on the door.The Wizard's Son, Vol. 1(of 3)|Margaret Oliphant
But her side face, which a bonnet might now have allowed me to see, was hidden by the heavy, projecting edge of the hood.The Woman in White|Wilkie Collins
British Dictionary definitions for project
- a task requiring considerable or concerted effort, such as one by students
- the subject of such a task
- (intr) (esp of a child) to believe that others share one's subjective mental life
- to impute to others (one's hidden desires and impulses), esp as a means of defending oneselfCompare introject