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pro·jec·tor

 (prə-jĕk′tər)
n.
1. A device for projecting a beam of light.
2. A device that projects an image onto a screen or other surface.
3. One who devises plans or projects.

projector

(prəˈdʒɛktə)
n
1. (Photography) an optical instrument that projects an enlarged image of individual slides onto a screen or wall. Full name: slide projector
2. (Photography) an optical instrument in which a strip of film is wound past a lens at a fixed speed so that the frames can be viewed as a continuously moving sequence on a screen or wall. Full name: film projector or cine projector
3. (General Physics) a device for projecting a light beam
4. a person who devises projects

pro•jec•tor

(prəˈdʒɛk tər)

n.
1. an apparatus for throwing an image onto a screen, as a motion-picture projector or magic lantern.
2. a device for projecting a beam of light.
3. a person who forms projects; planner or promoter.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.projector - an optical device for projecting a beam of lightprojector - an optical device for projecting a beam of light
optical device - a device for producing or controlling light
2.projector - an optical instrument that projects an enlarged image onto a screen
epidiascope - an optical projector that gives images of both transparent and opaque objects
front projector - a projector for digital input
cine projector, film projector, movie projector - projects successive frames from a reel of film to create moving pictures
optical instrument - an instrument designed to aid vision
overhead projector - a projector operated by a speaker; projects the image over the speaker's head
slide projector - projector that projects an enlarged image of a slide onto a screen
Translations
جِهَازٌ لِعَرْضجِهاز لِعَرْض الأفْلام السّينمائِيَّه
projektor
filmfremviserfremviserlysbilledapparatoverhead-projektor
kuvanheitin
projektor
diavetítõ
sÿningarvél
プロジェクター
프로젝터
premietací prístrojpremietačkaprojektor
projektor
projektor
เครื่องฉายแผ่นสไลด์
projektörsinema/projeksiyon makinesi
máy chiếu

projector

[prəˈdʒektəʳ] N (Cine) → proyector m

projector

[prəˈdʒɛktər] nprojecteur m

projector

n (Film) → Projektor m, → Vorführgerät nt

projector

[prəˈdʒɛktəʳ] n (Cine) → proiettore m

project

(ˈprodʒekt) noun
1. a plan or scheme. a building project.
2. a piece of study or research. I am doing a project on Italian art.
(prəˈdʒekt) verb
1. to throw outwards, forwards or upwards. The missile was projected into space.
2. to stick out. A sharp rock projected from the sea.
3. to plan or propose.
4. to make a picture or a film appear on a screen.
proˈjectile (-tail) , ((American) -tl) noun
something that is thrown, usually as a weapon.
proˈjection (-ʃən) noun
proˈjector noun
a machine for projecting films, slides or transparencies onto a screen. a slide projector; an overhead projector (for transparencies).

projector

جِهَازٌ لِعَرْض projektor fremviser Projektor μηχάνημα προβολής proyector kuvanheitin projecteur projektor proiettore プロジェクター 프로젝터 projector fremviser projektor projetor проектор projektor เครื่องฉายแผ่นสไลด์ projektör máy chiếu 放映机
References in classic literature ?
My lord was pleased to represent me as a great admirer of projects, and a person of much curiosity and easy belief; which, indeed, was not without truth; for I had myself been a sort of projector in my younger days.
To this end, they procured a royal patent for erecting an academy of projectors in Lagado; and the humour prevailed so strongly among the people, that there is not a town of any consequence in the kingdom without such an academy.
He pictured to himself the anxious projector of the enterprise, who had disbursed so munificently in its outfit, calculating on the zeal, fidelity, and singleness of purpose of his associates and agents; while they, on the other hand, having a good ship at their disposal and a deep pocket at home to bear them out, seemed ready to loiter on every coast, and amuse themselves in every port.
Henson, the projector of the late unsuccessful flying machine - with two seamen from Woolwich - in all, eight persons.
Like him he was a wild projector, seeking to heap up gold by the bushel and the cartload, instead of scraping it together, coin by coin.
It is sometimes called the City of Magnificent Distances, but it might with greater propriety be termed the City of Magnificent Intentions; for it is only on taking a bird's-eye view of it from the top of the Capitol, that one can at all comprehend the vast designs of its projector, an aspiring Frenchman.
Have you ever heard of any projector or inventor who failed to find it all but inaccessible, and whom it did not discourage and ill-treat?
Up to this day it must be owned no projector has had the smallest success.
Projectors who had discovered every kind of remedy for the little evils with which the State was touched, except the remedy of setting to work in earnest to root out a single sin, poured their distracting babble into any ears they could lay hold of, at the reception of Monseigneur.
Is it not (we may ask these projectors in politics) the true interest of all nations to cultivate the same benevolent and philosophic spirit?
In their company came Sir Richard Saltonstall, who had been one of the five first projectors of the new colony.
When I reflected on the work I had completed, no less a one than the creation of a sensitive and rational animal, I could not rank myself with the herd of common projectors.