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noun as in prediction

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Most of the scenarios we offered surrounding the November election didn’t cause them to budge substantially from their existing projections.

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.

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.

A twelve-month forecast allows customers to be able to take their sales projections and fit them on top of the SEO opportunity.

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.

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Oftentimes public fear like this can be a self-indulgent kind of collective astral projection.

Most gun nuts have them less for self-protection than self-projection.

I sat there in the projection booth and thought, “Oh my god, you could tell a story this way?”

The walking-and-talking projection is estimated to have cost about $400,000 and took four months to complete.

Although it is being called a hologram, it was actually a 2-D projection.

It was round, with a small, rectangular projection for the operator's controls and calculator.

In a moment her mind lost its tensity of projection and she was almost flying down her own long stair.

They are brown, ovoid in shape, about 50 long, and have a button-like projection at each end (Fig. 101).

At one o'clock we were near a low sandy projection round which the coast extends to the East-North-East and forms a shallow bay.

The projection of land fixed upon for the site of a town, was named after the commandant (Captain Barlow).


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to projection, such as: bump, bunch, eaves, extension, hook, and jut.

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