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project

US [prəˈdʒekt]
UK ['prəʊdʒekt]
  • n.工程;方案;计划;生产(或研究等)项目
  • v.计划;规划;投影;投射
  • Web专案;课题
Simple Present:projects  Present Participle:projecting  Past Tense:projected  
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n.
规划的工作planned work
1.
生产(或研究等)项目;方案;工程a planned piece of work that is designed to find information about sth, to produce sth new, or to improve sth
a research project
研究计划
a building project
建筑工程
to set up a project to computerize the library system
开展一个图书馆系统电脑化的项目
学校的课题school/college work
2.
(大、中学学生的)专题研究a piece of work involving careful study of a subject over a period of time, done by school or college students
a history project
历史科的专题研究
The final term will be devoted to project work.
最后一学期的时间将全部用于专题研究。
方案set of aims/activities
3.
方案;计划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.
这个党试图把订立的目标综合为一个政治方案。
v.
计划plan
1.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
规划;计划;拟订方案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.
本书的下一版计划于三月发行。
The projected housing development will go ahead next year.
计划中的住宅建设将于明年动工。
估计estimate
2.
[t][usupass]
预测;预计;推想to estimate what the size, cost or amount of sth will be in the future based on what is happening now
A growth rate of 4% is projected for next year.
预计明年的增长率为 4%。
The unemployment rate has been projected to fall.
据预测失业率将下降。
It is projected that the unemployment rate will fall.
据预测失业率将会下降。
光;影像light/image
3.
[t]
~ sth (on/onto sth)
放映;投射;投影to make light, an image, etc. fall onto a flat surface or screen
Images are projected onto the retina of the eye.
影像被投射到眼睛的视网膜上。
突出stick out
4.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
突出;外伸;伸出to stick out beyond an edge or a surface
a building with balconies projecting out over the street
阳台伸出到街上的楼房
表现present yourself
5.
[t]
展现;表现;确立(好印象)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.
他们就如何加强树立公司的形象征询意见。
She projects an air of calm self-confidence.
她表现出镇定自若的神态。
He projected himself as a man worth listening to.
他装成很有见地的样子。
发出;抛射send/throw up or away
6.
[t]
~ sth/sb (+ adv./prep.)
投掷;抛射;发送to send or throw sth up or away from yourself
Actors must learn to project their voices.
演员必须学会放开声音。
the powerful men who would project him into the White House
能使他平步进入白宫的有力人士

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