[ US /tɹəˈdʒɛktɝi/ ]
[ UK /tɹəd‍ʒˈɛktəɹˌi/ ]
  1. the path followed by an object moving through space
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How To Use trajectory In A Sentence

  • By coming so close to earth, the gravitational field will alter its trajectory ever so slightly.
  • From the first maxiskirt look, it was clear Richard Chai was on a healthy trajectory. Jim Shi: New York Fashion Week, Day One: BCBG Max Azria, Richard Chai Love, Vena Cava, Ports 1961 & L.A.M.B. (PHOTOS)
  • He speculated that a ball falling through a hole at the equator would follow a corkscrew trajectory.
  • I would prepare by elevating a bowling machine to try and get used to a trajectory that is steeper and, as the former Australia and Lancashire coach Bob Simpson used to say, loopier. The Ashes 2010: England's beanpole bowlers deliver big advantage
  • The decision was certain to affect the trajectory of French politics for some time to come.
  • Going into a somewhat different trajectory, specifically to continue a line of speculation from a previous post on an African bridge house: can someone be fundamentally altered — like the corn they're cultivating to produce cancer cures — while living quasi-permanently in flourescent-lit dampness and hermetic seclusion, detached from the vagaries of weather, time and natural pollination, amidst pure geology? Cave Pharming
  • Timur's trajectory began with a three-year struggle to achieve dominance, at the end of which in 1370 he proclaimed himself not merely emir of Samarkand but khan of the Chagatai and inheritor of Genghis's Mongol empire.
  • Their scalar product formula is used for the calculation of trajectory deviation.
  • Midway through the second half a kick which might have won the game was cruelly whipped to the left of the upright, having spent most of its trajectory arrowing right between them.
  • The history of freedom in this country is not, as is often thought, the logical working out of ideas immanent in our founding documents or a straight-line trajectory of continual progress.
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