traject

play
verb tra·ject \trə-ˈjekt\

Definition of traject

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  transmit

trajection

play \-ˈjek-shən\ noun

Origin and Etymology of traject

Latin trajectus, past participle of traicere


First Known Use: 1657

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the point at which something begins

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