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Noun
/prəˈjekSHən/,
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projections, plural;
  1. An estimate or forecast of a future situation or trend based on a study of present ones
    • - plans based on projections of slow but positive growth
    • - population projection is essential for planning
  2. The presentation of an image on a surface, esp. a movie screen
    • - quality illustrations for overhead projection
  3. An image projected in such a way
    • - the background projections featured humpback whales
  4. The ability to make a sound, esp. the voice, heard at a distance
    • - I taught him voice projection
  5. The presentation or promotion of someone or something in a particular way
    • - the legal profession's projection of an image of altruism
  6. A mental image viewed as reality
    • - monsters can be understood as mental projections of mankind's fears
  7. The unconscious transfer of one's own desires or emotions to another person
    • - we protect the self by a number of defense mechanisms, including repression and projection
  8. A thing that extends outward from something else
    • - the particle board covered all the sharp projections
  9. The action of projecting a figure

  10. The representation on a plane surface of any part of the surface of the earth or a celestial sphere

  11. A method by which such representation may be done


  1. a prediction made by extrapolating from past observations
  2. the projection of an image from a film onto a screen
  3. project: 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. Projection was the ultimate goal of Western alchemy. Once a Philosopher's stone (or powder of projection) had been created, one would use the process of Projection to transmute a "lesser" substance into a "higher" form, often lead into gold.
  8. A map projection is any method of representing the surface of a sphere or other shape on a plane. Map projections are necessary for creating maps. All map projections distort the surface in some fashion. ...
  9. In linear algebra and functional analysis, a projection is a linear transformation P from a vector space to itself such that P2 = P. It leaves its image unchanged. Though abstract, this definition of "projection" formalizes and generalizes the idea of graphical projection. ...
  10. This is a glossary of some terms used in various branches of mathematics that are related to the fields of order, lattice, and domain theory. Note that there is a structured list of order topics available as well. ...
  11. In Freudian psychology, Psychological projection or projection bias is a psychological defense mechanism where a person unconsciously denies their own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, such as to the weather, a tool, or to other people. ...
  12. In relational algebra, a projection is a unary operation written as where is a set of attribute names. The result of such projection is defined as the set obtained when the components of the tuple are restricted to the set – it discards (or excludes) the other attributes.
  13. (projecting) Sticking out; Giving an outward appearance, in order to avoid a direct connection or to disguise or inflate the real essence
  14. (Projections) This refers to the pulling out of stones in a wall to give an effect of ruggedness. The amount each stone is pulled out can vary between ½” and 1 ½”. ...
  15. (Projections) There are two types of projections: scalar projections (also called components) and vector projections. The vector projection of u on v can be thought of as the shadow that u casts on v when a light shines straight down on v. ...
  16. (Projections) A forecast of a future situation or trend based on historical data. E.g., His channel is projected to reach 100,000 subscribers in 60 days.
  17. (Projections) A method of forecasting in which current information is used as a basis for estimating a result (e.g., revenues and expenditures).
  18. (Projections) An estimate of a future occurrence, event or activity based on historical evidence of past experience. Projections of employment are based on historical employment statistics, cyclical and structural factors, and estimates of economic growth, trends in the U. ...
  19. (Projections) An estimate of the outcome of an event or situation (such as a financial outcome) based on a specified set of conditions, specific data or trends.
  20. (Projections) Employment forecasts at the industry and occupational levels done in 2-year and 10-year increments.
  21. (Projections) Estimates of anticipated revenues, expenditures, or other quantitative data for specific time periods, usually fiscal years.
  22. (Projections) Estimates of the future operations and conditions for a business. They have been permitted and encouraged for many years but almost never used in prospectuses for underwritten public offerings of shares. ...
  23. (Projections) Ostensibly desired states (i.e., publicly desired during communication). A "state" is here the state of some event (especially an action) happened in a certain context of previous events. ...
  24. (Projections) Similar to a cheat sheet, projections rank players in terms of fantasy value, but predicted statistics are also assigned to players. ...
  25. (Projections) The reality that others imagine and /or expect us to live up to. With sufficient intent may be manifested within the kundalini persons actual reality as their societal protective mechanisms are unable to protect the egoistic position as non-attachment proportionately increases.