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Meaning of “project” - Learner’s Dictionary

project

verb     /prəʊˈdʒekt/
CALCULATE [T]
to calculate an amount or make a guess about the future based on information that you have: [often passive, + to do sth] As people live longer, the demand for health care is projected to increase dramatically. projected costs/growth Calculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
IMAGE [T]
to show a film or other image on a screen or a wall: Laser images were projected onto a screen.PhotographyCinema - general words
QUALITY [T]
If you project a particular quality, that quality is what most people notice about you: She projected an image of strong leadership.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
project from/into/out, etc formal
to stick outProtruding and sticking out
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