from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Sticking out.
- adj. Giving an outward appearance, in order to avoid a direct connection or to disguise or inflate the real essence.
- v. Present participle of project.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inventive; enterprising.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
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ROTFL Shooters response to some one calling out his projecting is to project.
I believe it impossible for any Jew to be ‘anti-semetic’ because of some (any) belief toward other Jews (orthodox, liberal, etc) unless that Jew is self loathing and in projecting hates Jews in general.
If I failed in projecting anything, that is my fame.
By doing something we call "projecting the data," we look at the data from a different angle or in a different light, if you will.
And, still in the long-run --- say, the next two or three decades (the maximum beyond which any half-way reasonable projecting is impossible, what with the speed of change these days and the uncertainties surrounding China's political stability and future) --- China will lucky to be much more advanced technologically than Taiwan or South Korea today.
But in projecting our lives into a fictional world, we can work out on paper the issues that affect us.
Still, it does not help us much in projecting the print run ...
War planners have tended only to consider the upside opportunities in projecting force through foreign-deployed military bases rather than calculating downsides as well.
How is the current pain projecting into the future?
TV, Anderson says that marketers need to be more creative in projecting their brands.