What is another word for projections?

Pronunciation: [pɹəd͡ʒˈɛkʃənz] (IPA)

Projections are estimates or predictions made about future events, trends, or outcomes. They can also refer to visual or numerical representations of data, such as graphs, charts, or diagrams. Alternative words for projections include forecasts, prognoses, anticipations, expectations, conjectures, and predictions. These terms are often used interchangeably in business, finance, and economics to describe estimates of future performance or trends. In architecture and engineering, projections may also refer to plans or models of buildings or structures. Synonyms for projections can be useful in communicating complex ideas and making clear, accurate predictions about future events.

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Usage examples for Projections

Often he was supported merely by crumbling projections of the rock, and sometimes he clung to roots and branches of trees, and hung almost suspended in the air.
"Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists"
Washington Irving
The weather was bright though very cold and windy, and towards evening I was surprised to see about twenty swallows in Northbrook Street flying languidly to and fro in the shelter of the houses, often fluttering under the eaves and at intervals sitting on ledges and projections.
"Afoot in England"
W.H. Hudson
I could hear the masts breaking overhead-the crash and blows of spars and yards torn down and striking the hull; above all the grating of the vessel, that was now head on to the sea and swept by the billows, broadside on, along the sharp and murderous projections.
"The Frozen Pirate"
W. Clark Russell

Famous quotes with Projections

  • There is no significant man-made Global Warming underway and the science on which the computer projections of weather chaos are based is badly flawed.
    John Coleman
  • Anyone who says businessmen deal in facts, not fiction, has never read old five-year projections.
    Malcolm Forbes
  • While I was pleasantly surprised by the relatively high number of jobs created in April, the fact is that job creation during this recovery period has significantly lagged both historical experience in recovery, and the projections of the Bush Administration.
    Barney Frank
  • And I thought about the psychic numbing involved in strategic projections of using hydrogen bombs or nuclear weapons of any kind. And I also thought about ways in which all of us undergo what could be called the numbing of everyday life.
    Robert Jay Lifton
  • The media tends to report rumors, speculations, and projections as facts... How does the media do this? By quoting some "expert"... you can always find some expert who will say something hopelessly hopeless about anything.
    Peter McWilliams

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