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Spanish translation of “project”

project

noun /ˈprodʒekt/
a plan or scheme
proyecto
a building project.
a piece of study or research
estudio, trabajo
I am doing a project on Italian art.
projectile /-tail, (American) -tl/ noun something that is thrown, usually as a weapon
proyectil
The rioters threw stones and other projectiles at the police.
projection /-ʃən/ noun
proyección
projector noun a machine for projecting films, slides or transparencies onto a screen
proyector
a slide projector an overhead projector (for transparencies).
(Definition of project from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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