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project

noun  /ˈprɑdʒ·ekt, -ɪkt/ us  

project noun (PIECE OF WORK)

[C] a piece of planned work or activity that is completed over a period of time and intended to achieve a particular aim: a research project construction projects Painting the bedroom is Steve’s next project.

project noun (BUILDING)

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