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projector

[ pruh-jek-ter ]
/ prəˈdʒɛk tər /
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noun
an apparatus for throwing an image on a screen, as a motion-picture projector or magic lantern.
a device for projecting a beam of light.
a person who forms projects or plans.
Archaic. a person who devises underhanded or unsound plans; schemer.
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Origin of projector

First recorded in 1590–1600; project + -or2
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British Dictionary definitions for projector

projector
/ (prəˈdʒɛktə) /

noun
an optical instrument that projects an enlarged image of individual slides onto a screen or wallFull name: slide projector
an optical instrument in which a strip of film is wound past a lens at a fixed speed so that the frames can be viewed as a continuously moving sequence on a screen or wallFull name: film projector, cine projector
a device for projecting a light beam
a person who devises projects
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