Synonym: acoustic projection, ejection, expulsion, forcing out, jut, jutting, project, protrusion, sound projection. Similar words: project, objection, protection, environmental protection, section, election, selection, infection. Meaning: [prə'dʒekʃn] n. 1. a prediction made by extrapolating from past observations 2. the projection of an image from a film onto a screen 3. a planned undertaking 4. any structure that branches out from a central support 5. any solid convex shape that juts out from something 6. (psychiatry) a defense mechanism by which your own traits and emotions are attributed to someone else 7. the acoustic phenomenon that gives sound a penetrating quality 8. the representation of a figure or solid on a plane as it would look from a particular direction 9. the act of projecting out from something 10. the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting.
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1. Calculations are based on a projection of existing trends.
2. The film jumped during projection.
3. The Devil is a projection of our fears and insecurities.
4. The idea of God is a projection of humans' need to have something greater than themselves.
5. The fire started in the projection box.
6. The projection of a corporate identity.
7. The film, projection equipment and projectionist provided by.
8. The Cartesian projection, narrowing towards the poles, is practical for detailing and is used in most coastal ordnance surveys.
9. Oeppen has continued to investigate the structure of projection models as applied to long runs of data from the past.
10. Projection on to the whiteboard is made directly, using the white surface as the screen.
11. A projection can be made only on the assumption that current levels or trends continue.
12. A wide-screen projection system was used in combination with stereo lenses to produce a three-dimensional effect.
13. Klein's theories of projection and introjection greatly extend this model.
14. Her prow, a cast-iron projection weighing 1, 500 pounds, was intended for use as a ram.
15. On a Mercator projection, Great Circle routes appear as curves.
16. It is neither an obsession nor a projection of his mind, although it certainly does compel him.
17. These figures are in no way a projection of the likely maturity benefits.
18. Which projection would you choose for a map to be used by a yachtsman sailing from Rio de Janeiro to Liverpool?
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19. The natural projection of the land along the Thames conferred distinct advantages on West Ham as a site for the new docks.
20. The overall growth projection for 1990 was 2.9 percent, and the same for 1991, as reflected in the G-7 economies.
21. Reality is a projection of your thoughts or the things you habitually think about. Stephen Richards
22. Soviet capabilities for the long range projection of power in the Third World were comparatively ineffectual.
23. Ralston dismissed Calloway's sales projection, but acknowledges that no auction for Barnes publishing rights was held.
24. This statement is a tribute not simply to new power projection capabilities, but to the nuclear build-up which preceded their appearance.
25. Work on display includes life-sized Elizabethan figures, a mural and an exhibit featuring the projection of slides on to specially made screens.
26. The perspective can be to a point at such an elevation that the projection lines appear to be parallel.
27. The oral shield is approximately rounded triangular, often with an acute proximal angle and a distal projection.
28. He also formed Kloss Video Corp., working on the early development of the large-screen projection television.
29. Images taken in February will provide farmers with information on tiller numbers and, consequently, a projection of potential yield.
30. There is an additional problem which centres upon the choice of the disability prevalence used for projection.
More similar words: project, objection, protection, environmental protection, section, election, selection, infection, production, collection, inspection, reflection, connection, introspection, in all directions, objective, protective, action, fiction, auction, function, sanction, reduction, reaction, fraction, promotion, proportion, attraction, prediction, conviction.