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trajectory

noun [C] uk   /trəˈdʒek.tər.i/  us   /-tɚ.i/ specialized
the curved path that an object follows after it has been thrown or shot into the air: the trajectory of a bullet/missile
Translations of “trajectory”
in Chinese (Traditional) (射體在空中的)軌道,軌跡…
in Russian траектория…
in Turkish havada çizilen/oluşan kavis, mermi yolu, kavis yörünge…
in Chinese (Simplified) (射体在空中的)轨道,轨迹…
in Polish tor…
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