projecting : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v communicate vividly
- v extend out or project in space
- v transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another
- v project on a screen
- v cause to be heard
- v draw a projection of
- v make or work out a plan for; devise
- v present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc.
- v imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
- v put or send forth
- v throw, send, or cast forward
- v regard as objective
- s extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
- And then there is the Jacket the bland beige windbreaker he wears even for affairs of state, projecting the image he prefers for himself as champion of the dispossessed, a .
- Nevertheless, it has been one of Iran's main instruments in projecting power and influence over the last few decades.
- At work that evening he sleepwalks himself into the film he's projecting (its plot eerily mirrors his real-life problem) and solves the crime in a series of magnificently .
- Alan Greenspan in CNSNews.com
While, yes, it is possible we can get a recession in the latter months of 2007, most forecasters are not making that judgment and indeed are projecting forward into 2008 ...... with some slowdown,Greenspan said.
- Alain Belda in Forbes
The aluminum market last year was "very strong, with total world consumption increasing 10 percent," Belda said in a conference call with reporters and analysts. "For 2008, we are projecting similar growth."
- Wen Jiabao in Earthtimes (press release)
It needs to be stressed that in projecting the GDP growth target at 8 per cent, we have taken into consideration both our need and ability to sustain development in China,Wen said.