projet

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noun pro·jet \prō-ˈzhā, ˈprō-ˌ\

Definition of projet

plural

projets

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  1. 1 :  plan; especially :  a draft of a proposed measure or treaty

  2. 2 :  a projected or proposed design

Origin and Etymology of projet

French, from Middle French pourget, from pourjeter, projeter, literally, to throw forward, from por- (from Latin porro forward; akin to Greek pro- forward) + jeter to throw — more at for, jet


First Known Use: 1808


Law Dictionary

projet

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noun pro·jet \prō-ˈzhā, -ˈzhet\

Legal Definition of projet

  1. :  a draft of a proposed code or constitution

Origin and Etymology of projet

French, literally, plan


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