Project: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Hypernym Topic Verb Group
see 58 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
design 31 Make or work out a plan for; devise They contrived to murder their boss, design a new sales strategy, plan an attack Verb create by mental act No Data No Data
project 23 Any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted he prepared for great undertakings Noun work No Data No Data
propose 21 Present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc. He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism, She proposed a new theory of relativity Verb plan No Data No Data
task 18 Any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted he prepared for great undertakings Noun work No Data No Data
plan 17 Make or work out a plan for; devise They contrived to murder their boss, design a new sales strategy, plan an attack Verb create by mental act No Data No Data
cast 15 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 send No Data No Data
project 7 Communicate vividly He projected his feelings Verb communicate No Data No Data
protrude 7 Extend out or project in space His sharp nose jutted out, A single rock sticks out from the cliff Verb No Data No Data No Data
project 6 Extend out or project in space His sharp nose jutted out, A single rock sticks out from the cliff Verb No Data No Data No Data
picture 5 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
project 5 Transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another No Data Verb transmit No Data No Data
throw 4 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 send No Data No Data
envision 4 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
visualize 4 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
figure 3 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
fancy 3 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
project 2 Project on a screen The images are projected onto the screen Verb show No Data No Data
undertaking 1 Any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted he prepared for great undertakings Noun work No Data No Data
project 1 Present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc. He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism, She proposed a new theory of relativity Verb plan No Data No Data
contrive 1 Make or work out a plan for; devise They contrived to murder their boss, design a new sales strategy, plan an attack Verb create by mental act No Data No Data
project 1 Draw a projection of No Data Verb draw No Data No Data
project 1 Cause to be heard His voice projects well Verb cause to be perceived No Data No Data
jut out 1 Extend out or project in space His sharp nose jutted out, A single rock sticks out from the cliff Verb No Data No Data No Data
stick out 1 Extend out or project in space His sharp nose jutted out, A single rock sticks out from the cliff Verb No Data No Data No Data
projection 1 A planned undertaking No Data Noun plan No Data No Data
project 1 Make or work out a plan for; devise They contrived to murder their boss, design a new sales strategy, plan an attack Verb create by mental act No Data No Data
project 1 A planned undertaking No Data Noun plan No Data No Data
labor 0 Any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted he prepared for great undertakings Noun work No Data No Data
externalize 0 Regard as objective No Data Verb impute psychology No Data
project 0 Regard as objective No Data Verb impute psychology No Data
send off 0 Throw, send, or cast forward project a missile Verb propel No Data No Data
project 0 Throw, send, or cast forward project a missile Verb propel No Data No Data
image 0 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
contrive 0 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 send No Data No Data
project 0 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 send No Data No Data
jut 0 Extend out or project in space His sharp nose jutted out, A single rock sticks out from the cliff Verb No Data No Data No Data
project 0 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
visualise 0 Imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind “I can’t see him on horseback!”, I can see what will happen, I can see a risk in this strategy Verb imagine No Data Understand, Visualize
externalise 0 Regard as objective No Data Verb impute psychology No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Project" have?

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The word "Project" has 40 meanings. The most frequent meaning is see.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Project"?

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The word "Project" has 156 hyponyms which are: dream, envision, fantasize, fantasy, prefigure, think, visualize, construct, design, draw, evolve, gestate, give birth, imagine, invent, plan, program, re-create, schematize, think up, write, action, busywork, care, coursework, duty, heavy lifting, housewifery, housework, investigation, ironing, job, labor, logging, loose end, mission, nightwork, operation, paperwork, service, shining, spadework, subbing, timework, undertaking, wash, welfare work, chart, frame, intend, lay out, mastermind, plot, project, schedule, scheme, blow, divert, redirect, refer, route, turn, address, aphorize, ask, blog, carry, come across, commune, fingerspell, gesticulate, get, give, greet, grimace, inflict, inform, issue, joke, network, nod, radio, reach, riddle, semaphore, share, sign, speak, talk, telecommunicate, telepathize, whistle, yak, bring, propagate, send, translate, define, do justice, etch, expose, flash, fly, peep, reflect, screen, show, uncover, cartoon, chalk, charcoal, check, crayon, delineate, diagram, doodle, pencil, rule, shade, sketch, ache, odorize, radiate, smell, sound, agenda, audit program, blueprint, budget, employee savings plan, master plan, outline, pension plan, plan of action, regimen, road map, stock purchase plan, accredit, anthropomorphize, blame, credit, impute, internalize, personify, reattribute, sensualize, catapult, drive, flip, hit, kick, launch, loft, punt, rocket, throw.

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Is the word "Project" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Project" has a maximum frequency of 58.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Project"?

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The word "Project" has no synonyms.

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