Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Trajectory"

Die Bedeutung von "Trajectory" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet current trajectory?
A: It means the way things are going on currently. Things can go smoothly or they can go downhill.
Q: Was bedeutet indicative trajectory
(as a statistic term)?
A: Trajectory is basically the path of motion of a moving object (or in this case, the change of the numerical value in question, like sales).

So indicative trajectory should be a trajectory of data that indicates something. For example a flat trajectory of sales against time indicates that our sales plans are not working.
Q: Was bedeutet trajectory?
A: I'm sorry but I do not understand russian
Q: Was bedeutet trajectory?
A: It means the curved path along which something moves through the air or through space. Also is used figuratively to describe a process of change or development that leads towards a particular result.

Beispielsätze die "Trajectory" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit trajectory.
A: "I watched the ball's trajectory as it flew through the air"
"I measured the trajectory of the bottle rocket after we fired it."
Not a commonly used word outside of school or science labs, but trajectory is the path a flying object takes. Hope that helps!

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Trajectory" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen "The WHO": The WHO said the trajectory of the pandemic is now “growing exponentially” at more than 4.4 million new Covid-19 cases. und "WHO" (without article "the"): WHO says Covid pandemic is growing ‘exponentially’ at more than 4.4 million new cases a week. und Please tell me when I should put the article "the" before mentioning organizations. Is there any rule? ?
A: Usually, we pronounce each letter of these abbreviations individually, such as "W, H, O," and very rarely, we will pronounce the abbreviations like a word, such as NASA being pronounced "nassuh" or NATO being pronounced "naytoh"

If we pronounce each letter individually, we usually add the article "the" in front. For example: "the CIA, the FBI, the WHO, the IRS, the NAACP, the CCP, the NSA, the UN, the EU, and even country names like the UK and the US, and sports leagues like the NFL and the NCAA."

When the abbreviation is pronounced like a word, we don't usually add the article "the." For example: "NASA has reported a new discovery on Mars and will soon deliver their findings to NATO."

There are two exceptiosn to this rule:
1) School and university names. School names are often abbreviated, such as "University of California, Los Angeles" being abbreviated to "UCLA." School names almost never use the article "the," and we always pronounce the letters individually, such as "U, C, L, A."
For example: "Which college team are you rooting for? BYU or USC?" (each letter is said individually)
2) If the organization name is being used like an adjective, it might not include the article "the."
For example: "My favorite NBA team is the Warriors." (NBA kinda works like an adjective here, because it is describing which type of team.)
"That nosy FBI agent is gone, but now there's an NSA agent outside." (FBI and NSA describe different types of agents, like an adjective. This sentence uses the article "an" and the pronoun "that" instead of "the.")
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen trajectory und orbit ?
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen trajectory und way und passage und path ?
A: Nice descriptions by @yota. I would add that 'passage' has the meaning of a narrow way from one place to another, usually with walls on both sides (like a passage way between two buildings).

Übersetzungen von "Trajectory"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? trajectory
That was good!
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? do trajectory group of perceptions of the police among juvenile offenders vary by gender?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? trajectory
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Trajectory"

Q: The traditional trajectory of full time educations followed by full time work followed by a full pensioned retirement is thing of the past.

I want to ask “followed by“ in this sentence.
A: Probably should be…

The traditional path of full time education leading to full time work followed by a fully pensioned retirement, is now a thing of the past.

“Followed by” says the only link is the order in time.

Education has a strong connection to work.
Q: When we reflect on our trajectory of our business, we cannot envision the rosy prospective future ahead. klingt das natürlich?
A: × When we reflect on our trajectory of our business, we cannot envision the rosy prospective future ahead.
✓ When we reflect on the path of our business, we do not envision a rosy future.

Explanation - it is common in the business world to misuse words like trajectory. This is jargon and generally should be avoided. You use "do not" rather than "cannot" because you are capable of seeing that future, you just don't see it as likely. The future by its nature is prospective so that is wordy. Same thing with "future ahead." The future is ahead by definition.
Q: Which one is more natural?

The past trajectory
The previous trajectory
A: Pervious trajectory sounds better to me
Q: To measure the trajectory, you must also factor in the wind. klingt das natürlich?

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