Definition of 'project'
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So focus on the projects and people that matter the most to you. The Sun (2016)Yet you still make time for your own projects. The Sun (2016)We wind up the interview with some chat about future projects. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or did you see and project something else altogether? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This was no craft project gone awry. Smithsonian Mag (2017)When you complete a project at home you could make a valuable discovery. The Sun (2016)Jupiter adds some unexpected luck that helps you complete an on-off project in style. The Sun (2016)That is just one programme, one project. Times, Sunday Times (2017)An ambitious infrastructure project is also on the cards including 2.3 billion to improve rural roads. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was said to have initially been issued with a 3.5million tax demand over a film investment project. The Sun (2016)You are cool and determined so can complete a work project. The Sun (2014)You can get people and projects back in tune. The Sun (2016) One is to project forward the goals for the next cycle of the church and the pastor. Christianity Today (2000)The weakest new projects should also get wiped out quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Take as much time as you need to get projects for the future set out. The Sun (2015)We are working right now on a project to design a new kind of bottle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unknown models form a blank canvas on to which we can project something. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These projects are going to be off the table for a number of years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Your logical approach helps you make better progress at work or with a home project. The Sun (2009) Proposals and projects are already in place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The plans include three barrage schemes and two projects involving lagoons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The local government is working on reconstruction projects but efforts are curbed by the continuing security problems. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What image is projected by their setting? Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)It is always a struggle to find the films and projects you want to be in. The Sun (2013)These extensive projects are subject to detailed planning and business case approval. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He will pledge to provide funds to complete key rail projects in return if he wins power. The Sun (2007)Research shows that where you have people on projects from different backgrounds you get more innovative solutions. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They want a club where they can bring through players and make the project pay a profit. The Sun (2014)Jupiter contacts the moon and the one project closest to your heart makes exciting progress. The Sun (2012)The project could also save clubs a fortune. The Sun (2010)The second approach is to remember a time when you were not fully committed to some task or project. Training with N.L.P. (1994)You can talk confidently without sounding conceited and make it clear that you can handle a work task or personal project. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'project'
British English: project /ˈprɒdʒɛkt/ NOUN
A project is a carefully planned task that requires a lot of time and effort.
...local development projects such as hospitals and schools.
- American English: project
- Arabic: مَشْرُوع
- Brazilian Portuguese: projeto
- Chinese: 项目
- Croatian: projekt
- Czech: projekt
- Danish: projekt
- Dutch: project
- European Spanish: proyecto
- Finnish: hanke
- French: projet
- German: Projekt
- Greek: προγραμματισμένο έργο
- Italian: progetto
- Japanese: 企画
- Korean: 프로젝트
- Norwegian: prosjekt
- Polish: projekt plan
- European Portuguese: projeto
- Romanian: proiect
- Russian: проект
- Spanish: proyecto
- Swedish: projekt
- Thai: โครงการ
- Turkish: proje
- Ukrainian: проект
- Vietnamese: dự án
British English: project VERB
If something is projected, it is planned or expected.
The population is projected to more than double in 30 years.
Definition of project from the Collins English Dictionary
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