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projet

[ proh-zhey; French praw-zhe ]
/ proʊˈʒeɪ; French prɔˈʒɛ /
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noun, plural pro·jets [proh-zheyz; French praw-zhe]. /proʊˈʒeɪz; French prɔˈʒɛ/.

a project.
a draft of a proposed treaty or other instrument.

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Origin of projet

1800–10; <French <Latin prōjectum.See project
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projet
/ (ˈprɒʒeɪ) /

noun

diplomacy a draft of a proposed treaty; plan or proposition

Word Origin for projet

C19: via French from Latin prōjectum something projecting
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