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project /ˈprɒdʒekt $ ˈprɑː-/ noun [countable]
project /prəˈdʒekt/ verb


طرح یا پیشنهاد کردن ، تصور کردن تصویر کردن ، پیشنهاد کردن ، ارائه دادن ، بیرون زدن پیش امدن ، ظاهر کردن ، نقشه کشیدن ، طرح ریزی کردن ، برجسته بودن ، پیش افکندن ، پیش افکند ، پرتاب کردن ، طرح ، نقشه ، پروژه افکندن ، علوم مهندسی: پلان ، کامپیوتر: پروژه ، عمران: پروژه ، معماری: طرح ، روانشناسی: طرح ، بازرگانی: طرح ، علوم نظامی: نشان دادن

: project (to)

معماری: طرحریزی کردن
مهندسی صنایع: پروژه ، طرح
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

project
[noun]
Synonyms:
- scheme, activity, assignment, enterprise, job, occupation, plan, task, undertaking, venture, work
[verb]
Synonyms:
- forecast, calculate, estimate, extrapolate, gauge, predict, reckon
- stick out, bulge, extend, jut, overhang, protrude, stand out
Related Words: affair, business, concern, matter, proposition, thing, adventure, emprise, exploit, feat, gest, venture, intend, propose, purpose, delineate, diagram, extend, lengthen, prolong
English Thesaurus: calculate, work out, figure out, count, total, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. project1 S1 W1 AC /ˈprɒdʒekt $ ˈprɑː-/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Latin; Origin: projectum, from the past participle of proicere 'to throw forward']

1. a carefully planned piece of work to get information about something, to build something, to improve something etc:
The project aims to provide an analysis of children’s emotions.
a three-year research project
The scheme will now be extended after a successful pilot project (=a small trial to test if an idea will be successful).
project to do something
a project to develop a substitute for oil
The project is funded by Wellcome plc.
a project manager

2. a part of a school or college course that involves careful study of a particular subject over a period of time
project on
We’re doing a project on pollution.
a geography project

3. (also the projects American English informal) a housing project

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. project2 AC /prəˈdʒekt/ verb
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin; Origin: past participle of proicere; project1]

1. CALCULATE [transitive] to calculate what something will be in the future, using the information you have now:
The company projected an annual growth rate of 3%.
projected sales figures
be projected to do something
Total expenditure is projected to rise by 25%.

2. STICK OUT [intransitive] to stick out beyond an edge or surface Synonym : protrude
project out/from/through etc
Four towers projected from the main building.
projecting teeth

3. FILM [transitive] to make the picture of a film, photograph etc appear in a larger form on a screen or flat surface
project something onto something
She projected the slide onto the wall.

4. YOURSELF [transitive] to try to make other people have a particular idea about you:
I hope the team will project a smart professional image.
project yourself (as something)
his attempts to project himself as a potential leader

5. PLAN be projected to be planned to happen in the future:
the projected closure of the hospital

6. project your voice to speak clearly and loudly so that you can be heard by everyone in a big room

7. SEND [transitive] to make something move up or forwards with great force:
The plant projects its seeds over a wide area.

8. SUCCESS [transitive] to make someone quickly have success or a much better job
project somebody into/onto etc something
His success projected him onto Channel 4‘s comedy series ’Packet of Three'.

9. FEELING [transitive] to imagine that someone else is feeling the same emotions as you
project something on/onto somebody
You’re projecting your insecurity onto me.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

project
noun
I. planned piece of work
ADJ. large, major | ambitious | exciting | worthwhile | successful | joint | community | pilot The scheme will be extended throughout the country after a successful six-month pilot project.
research They've set up a research project to investigate the harmful effects of air pollution.
building, construction | capital, investment | development, educational, environmental
VERB + PROJECT set up | carry out, run | conceive, plan | launch | fund, support
PROJECT + VERB aim to, be aimed at sth The project aims to reduce homelessness.
PROJECT + NOUN management | leader, manager, team
PHRASES the aim of the project The aims of the project are threefold …
 ⇒ Special page at BUSINESS

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

project
II. piece of school work
ADJ. French, history, etc.
VERB + PROJECT do
PREP. ~ on My class is doing a project on medieval towns.
PROJECT + NOUN work

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

project

a research project
The aim of this research project is to study modern food habits.
a construction project
Spending on new construction projects has been reduced.
a development project
Our aim is assess the environmental impact of new development projects.
a pilot project (=one organized to test if an idea will be successful)
These changes were shelved after pilot projects showed poor results.
a major project
The company is funding a major research project into the causes of addiction.
an ambitious project
Young people often enjoy the challenge of an ambitious project.
successful
Was the project successful?
work on a project
A team has been working on the project for three years.
be involved in a project
I am involved in various projects.
set up a project (=organize it)
$30 million would be required to set up the project.
embark on a project (=start it)
He was embarking on the biggest project of his career.
complete a project
The project was completed on time.
a project manager/leader
The project manager is responsible for sorting this out.
a phase/stage of a project
The first phase of the project was due to be completed by the end of 2008.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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