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  • nounbulge, overhang
  • nounprediction

synonyms for projection

  • bump
  • bunch
  • eaves
  • extension
  • hook
  • jut
  • knob
  • ledge
  • outthrust
  • point
  • prolongation
  • prominence
  • protrusion
  • protuberance
  • ridge
  • rim
  • shelf
  • sill
  • spine
  • spur
  • step
  • swelling
  • calculation
  • estimate
  • estimation
  • forecast
  • reckoning
  • prognostication
  • guess
  • computation
  • extrapolation
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How to use projection in a sentence

Most of the scenarios we offered surrounding the November election didn’t cause them to budge substantially from their existing projections.
EVEN WITH A VACCINE, THE ECONOMY COULD TAKE MANY MONTHS TO RETURN TO NORMALAMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUXAUGUST 25, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
But, because of the uncertainty involved in basing projections on historical trends, we constructed additional scenarios with slower or faster growth of education and family planning access.
HOW RISING EDUCATION FOR WOMEN IS SHAPING THE GLOBAL POPULATION - FACTS SO ROMANTICKIKI SANFORDAUGUST 19, 2020NAUTILUS
Being able to account for the lag between when a user clicks on an ad and when they perform a conversion action can help advertisers get more accurate campaign projections.
GOOGLE PERFORMANCE PLANNER ADDS SUPPORT FOR CONVERSION DELAY AND SHARED BUDGETSGEORGE NGUYENAUGUST 17, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
A twelve-month forecast allows customers to be able to take their sales projections and fit them on top of the SEO opportunity.
HOW TO CRAFT A WINNING SEO PROPOSAL AND AVOID GETTING A SILENT ‘NO’SPONSORED CONTENT: SEOMONITORAUGUST 3, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
The shift is expected to put women in charge of about $30 trillion of assets by 2030, roughly a $20 trillion increase from 2016, according to projections from McKinsey, the consulting firm.
US WOMEN WILL TAKE CONTROL OF AN ADDITIONAL $20 TRILLION IN WEALTH THIS DECADEJOHN DETRIXHEJULY 29, 2020QUARTZ
Accordingly, FiveThirtyEight named the new player projection system after them.
WHO’S WHO IN THE NBA BUBBLE: THE INNER-CIRCLE CONTENDERSJARED DUBINJULY 27, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The fact that the larger Australian smoke plume rose higher still, he says, suggests the computer projections are accurate.
AUSTRALIAN WILDFIRES PUMPED SMOKE TO RECORD HEIGHTSMARIA TEMMINGJULY 27, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Similar spindly projections are found on some healthy cells, where the structures serve different roles.
CORONAVIRUS-INFECTED CELLS SPROUT FILAMENTS THAT MAY SPREAD THE VIRUSJACK J. LEEJULY 20, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
The difference between this study’s projections and UN forecasts, then, come mainly from the associated decline in fertility rates.
THIS CENTURY WILL SEE MASSIVE SHIFTS IN THE GLOBAL POPULATION, ECONOMY, AND POWER STRUCTUREVANESSA BATES RAMIREZJULY 16, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
They then used a computer to design multiple shapes, and sent the data to a computer chip to control the light projection.
SCIENTISTS 3D PRINTED EARS INSIDE LIVING MICE USING LIGHTSHELLY FANJUNE 9, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
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WORDS RELATED TO PROJECTION

  • addendum
  • addition
  • adjunct
  • ancillary
  • annex
  • appendix
  • appurtenance
  • attachment
  • auxiliary
  • extremity
  • member
  • projection
  • protuberance
  • supplement
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