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project

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of project

  1. a method worked out in advance for achieving some objective an ambitious project to develop the city's waterfront Synonyms of project arrangement, blueprint, design, game, game plan, ground plan, master plan, program, plan, road map, scheme, strategy, systemWords Related to project collusion, conspiracy, plot; contrivance, device, gambit, maneuver, ruse, stratagem, subterfuge, trick; counterplan, counterstrategy; means, tactic, technique, way; procedure, protocol; conception, idea, projet, proposal, specific(s), specification(s); aim, intent, intention, purpose; diagram, formula, layout, map, pattern, platform, policy, recipe, setup


project

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of project

  1. 1 to extend outward beyond a usual point some boulders projected dangerously out above the trail Synonyms of project bag, balloon, beetle, belly, billow, bunch, jut, overhang, poke, pooch [chiefly dialect], pouch, pout, bulge, protrude, stand out, start, stick out, swellWords Related to project dome; blow up, inflate; dilate, distend, expand; mushroom, snowball; elongate, extend, lengthen, stretchNear Antonyms of project compress, condense, constrict, contract, shrink

  2. 2 to work out the details of (something) in advance we must project next year's budget now Synonyms of project arrange, blueprint, budget, calculate, chart, choreograph, design, frame, lay out, map (out), organize, prepare, plan, scheme (out), shape, strategize (about)Words Related to project conspire, contrive, devise, intrigue, machinate, plot, put up; concert, get up; draft, outline, sketch; aim, figure, have on, intend, mean; contemplate, meditate, premeditate



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