project

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  • Info In contemporary business and science a project is defined as a collaborative enterprise, involving research or design, that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim.
  • Support for this project was obtained from all parties in the local parliament.
  • During this time he wrote the music for twenty-two student projects.
  • There are several other international projects working within the country that have similar goals.
  • This project will come into force in a few months time.
  • This project introduced the terms front end, middle end, and back end.
  • It remains one of the most frequently produced of the team's projects.
  • His building projects started almost as soon as he became king.
  • It would be four years before the project's operations were ready to begin.
  • While much was shot for these projects, none of them was completed.
  • It was one of the first large scale projects of its type.
  • Throughout this time, he continued to put together small-scale projects with big name support.
  • The project was short-lived and failed after seven months.
  • Process size is defined as the size of the project's development staff.
  • An open source project in the area is the E language.
  • Small-scale project management is the specific type of project management of small-scale projects.
  • The method can be used on commercial or non-commercial projects.
  • This article about provides a view of the project's status close to its end.
  • The Foundation designed a social science teachers conference as a long term project.
  • New-country projects are attempts to found completely new nation-states.
  • However, he will see if his audience follows him after publishing his next project.
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Meaning of project

  • noun A planned undertaking
  • verb Communicate vividly
    He projected his feelings
  • verb Transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another
  • verb Project on a screen
    The images are projected onto the screen
  • verb Cause to be heard
    His voice projects well
  • verb Draw a projection of
  • verb Present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc.
    He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism, She proposed a new theory of relativity
  • verb Put or send forth
    She threw the flashlight beam into the corner, The setting sun threw long shadows, cast a spell, cast a warm light
  • verb Throw, send, or cast forward
    project a missile
  • verb Regard as objective