Synonym: flight. Similar words: contradictory, victory, factory, sector, director, collector, inspector, contractor. Meaning: [trə'dʒektərɪ] n. the path followed by an object moving through space.
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1) The missile deflected from its trajectory.
2) My career seemed to be on a downward trajectory.
3) The decision was certain to affect the trajectory of French politics for some time to come.
4) In 1873, however, one was found on a trajectory that brought it in to cross the orbit of Mars.
5) The shuttle was on a curving trajectory towards a point above the centre of the space station.
6) He sees the trajectory of his industrial social formation in contradiction to meeting fundamental human and social needs.
7) Had the trajectory of Labour's industrial growth been altered by the events of 1926?
8) Even as the trajectory of his thought kept rising in the early seventies,(http://sentencedict.com/trajectory.html) the clock was ticking on his pet project.
9) They moved upon a level trajectory and travelled at what appeared to be an even and leisurely pace.
10) This section follows the trajectory of an arc in that the attempts gradually fail.
11) The more nearly vertical an object's trajectory, the deeper it penetrates into the atmosphere before catastrophic disruption.
12) Two minutes later they are flying a flat trajectory, tiny white caps flecking the sea way below, and Paul breathes.
13) There is not a smooth trajectory connecting these bony fish ancestors to flatfish lying on their belly.
14) Trajectory calculations could therefore have been done with greater speed and accuracy.
15) Your objectives are lower trajectory, less backspin and, in dry conditions, to run the ball on to the putting surface.
16) The trajectory correction projectile model using impulse was established.
17) The Government is now claiming that inflation is on a downward trajectory.
18) But some of Britain's leading socialists were ready to follow a similar trajectory.
19) Every evolutionary history consists of a particular pathway, or trajectory, through genetic space.
20) The worlds they encompass read end to end don't add up or line up along a single straight trajectory.
21) A pitcher can spin a baseball to make it follow a trajectory in any direction.
22) Neither these, nor a variety of other types of household fit into the stereotypical trajectory through the life course.
23) Furthermore, the detailed picture is much more complicated than the trajectory might suggest.
24) He then uses this analogy with the sentence to describe the trajectory by which the subject constitutes itself through the other.
25) Scrubbing my mouth with my sleeve, I feel the Cathedral lurch beneath me, tilt towards a new trajectory.
26) After one second, controls in the nozzle of the rocket motor start steering the missile on to the proper trajectory.
27) When a vicious tackle leaves him blinded from a spinal injury, his life takes the predictable downward trajectory.
28) A better plan would be to launch from Earth on a trajectory optimized for transfer to Mars.
29) This time a wicked module of rock jutting from an otherwise clear trajectory rapped my ankle as I sped past.
30) The postwar family stories suggest that the family has continued in the same trajectory.
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