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project /project/
  • danh từ
    • kế hoạch, đề án, dự án
      • a new project for the development of agriculture: một bản dự án mới về phát triển nông nghiệp
    • công trình (nghiên cứu)
    • công cuộc lớn (đòi hỏi nhiều tiền, thiết bị, nhân lực)
    • ngoại động từ
      • phóng; chiếu ra
        • to project a missile: phóng một tên lửa
        • to project a beam of light: chiếu ra một chùm sáng
      • (toán học) chiếu
        • to project a line: chiếu một đường thẳng
      • đặt kế hoạch, thảo kế hoạch, làm đề án
        • to project a new water conservancy works: đặt kế hoạch cho một công trình thuỷ lợi mới
        • to project oneself: hướng ý nghĩ (về tương lai...); hướng tâm trí (vào cái gì...)
        • to project oneself into somebody's feeling: đặt mình vào tâm trạng của ai
    • nội động từ
      • nhô ra, lồi ra
        • a strip of land projects into the sea: một dải đất nhô ra biển
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) diễn đạt rõ ý, diễn xuất rõ ý (làm cho người nghe, người xem nắm được ý mình)
    Concise Dictionary
    projects|projected|projectingprə'dʒekt ,'prɑdʒekt /prə'dʒekt ,'prɒ-
    +any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted
    +a planned undertaking
    +communicate vividly
    +extend out or project in space
    +transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another
    +project on a screen
    +cause to be heard
    +draw a projection of
    +make or work out a plan for; devise
    +present for consideration
    +imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
    +put or send forth
    +throw, send, or cast forward
    +regard as objective

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 proposal, plan, scheme, design, layout:
    The project for housing low-income families had to be modified to allow for car parking
    2 activity, enterprise, programme, undertaking, venture, assignment, commitment, obligation, contract, engagement; occupation, job, work:
    What project will you move on to when you complete this one?
    3 plan, scheme, prepare, devise, conjure up, concoct, think up, contemplate, contrive, invent, work up or out, propose, present, outline, design, draft, draw up, delineate, describe, put forth or forward, Colloq cook up:
    In his theory, he projects a quite different causal relationship.
    4 cast, hurl, fling, throw, toss, launch, propel, discharge; shoot, transmit; Colloq chuck, lob:
    A body projected into space will keep on travelling unless it strikes something. This device projects stereoscopic pictures on a screen
    5 jut out, stick out, protrude, stand out, bulge (out), extend (out), poke out, beetle (out), overhang:
    The cornice projects a full six feet over the street.
    6 estimate, reckon, calculate, predict, forecast:
    The economists projected a decline in inflation over the coming months.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    planned work
    1 a planned piece of work that is designed to find information about sth, to produce sth new, or to improve sth: a research project + a building project + to set up a project to computerize the library system
    school / college work
    2 a piece of work involving careful study of a subject over a period of time, done by school or college students: a history project + The final term will be devoted to project work.
    set of aims / activities
    3 a set of aims, ideas or activities that sb is interested in or wants to bring to people's attention: The party attempted to assemble its aims into a focussed political project.
    4 (AmE) = HOUSING PROJECT: Going into the projects alone is dangerous.
    + verb
    1 [VN] [usually passive] to plan an activity, a project etc. for a time in the future: The next edition of the book is projected for publication in March. + The projected housing development will go ahead next year.
    2 [usually passive] to estimate what the size, cost or amount of sth will be in the future based on what is happening now: [VN] A growth rate of 4% is projected for next year. + [VN to inf] The unemployment rate has been projected to fall.
    Help Note: This pattern is usually used in the passive. [also VN that]
    light / image
    3 [VN] ~ sth (on / onto sth) to make light, a photographic image, etc. fall onto a flat surface or screen: Images are projected onto the retina of the eye.
    stick out
    4 [V +adv./prep.] to stick out beyond an edge or a surface
    Synonym: PROTRUDE
    a building with balconies projecting out over the street
    present yourself
    5 [VN] ~ (yourself) to present sb/sth/yourself to other people in a particular way, especially one that gives a good impression: They sought advice on how to project a more positive image of their company. + She projects an air of calm self-confidence. + He projected himself as a man worth listening to.
    send / throw outwards
    6 [VN] to send or throw sth outwards or upwards: Actors must learn to project their voices. + (figurative) the powerful men who would project him into The White House
    Phrasal Verbs: project sth onto sb (psychology) to imagine that other people have the same feelings, problems, etc. as yourself, especially when this is not true(also project) (both AmE)
    + noun
    a group of houses or flats/apartments built for poor families, usually with government money
    Collocation Dictionary

    1 planned piece of work


    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


    set up | carry out, run | conceive, plan | launch | fund, support


    aim to, be aimed at sth
    The project aims to reduce homelessness.


    management | leader, manager, team


    the aim of the project
    The aims of the project are threefold … > Special page at BUSINESS

    2 piece of school work


    French, history, etc.




    ~ on
    My class is doing a project on medieval towns.



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