Meaning of PROJECTION in English

PROJECTION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Mercator projection

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

financial

The statistical, financial and projection skills of actuaries are of particular relevance to this work.

optimistic

So far, sales are beating even the most optimistic analysts' projections .

■ NOUN

growth

The overall growth projection for 1990 was 2.9 percent, and the same for 1991, as reflected in the G-7 economies.

Government growth projections for National Income have been notoriously unreliable, often excessively optimistic.

household

Includes discussion of how official household projections might be developed in the light of such evidence.

Examines the demand for housing in London based on the 1992-based household projections .

map

Great circle routes plot as straight lines on some map projections such as the Gnomonic.

State the properties of the Mercator and Zenithal Equal-area map projections .

Constraints set by different map projections , or by map borders, can be overcome by the computer.

population

This method assumes both constant incidence and survival rates for the period of the population projections .

And to those concerned with national population projections .

Other simulation models, such as population projection models, are usually deterministic.

revenue

Stockholders filed suit against First National Entertainment in 1993, alleging that the company had misled them by issuing inflated revenue projections .

Many states now do long-term revenue projections , and both California and Florida prepare serious spending forecasts.

■ VERB

accord

It will take anywhere from 12 to 18 months for the lake to fill, according to projections .

based

The analysis is based on the projections for 1995/96 made by the Government's own consultants.

Examines the demand for housing in London based on the 1992-based household projections .

make

As actuaries we are professionally trained to make forward projections so we should also look at the future for our own profession.

But the point is not to make projections that are 100 percent accurate.

But analysts noted that without knowing the impact of the big merger, it was almost impossible to make an accurate projection .

use

It may be the case that adjacent maps use different projections or scales.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

next year's sales projections

The city's sales-tax revenues are running $800,000 below projections.

The tires have short metal projections to improve traction on snow and ice.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

First Bank officials, however, contend they will find other means to bolster earnings and maintain their projections.

Includes discussion of how official household projections might be developed in the light of such evidence.

It will take anywhere from 12 to 18 months for the lake to fill, according to projections.

Of course, your budget and your yearly cashflow projection may be totally different to the above examples.

Olympic medal projections based on world rankings are grim.

The statistical, financial and projection skills of actuaries are of particular relevance to this work.

These figures are in no way a projection of the likely maturity benefits.

Though White House economic projections have proven relatively accurate the last four years, they are less conservative than congressional economic projections.

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