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projectedadjective [not gradable]

us   /prəˈdʒek·tɪd/
(of an amount or result expected in the future) calculated from information already known: The projected population growth will keep doctors busy.
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"projected" in British English

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projectedadjective

uk   /prəˈdʒek.tɪd/ us   /prəˈdʒek.tɪd/
planned for the future or calculated based on information already known: The projected extension to the motorway is going to cost over £4 million.
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"projected" in Business English

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projectedadjective [before noun]

/prəˈdʒektɪd/ uk   us   /prəˈdʒektɪd/ ECONOMICS, FINANCE
planned for the future or calculated based on information already known: With millions of water bottles used each year across the city, the 10¢-per-bottle tax would add up to a projected $21 million. The revenue has helped to turn last year's projected loss of €3.4m into an expected profit of €3m.projected rate/level/range The projected rate of growth for the global economy is 1.7%.projected earnings/growth/increase Passenger revenue rose by 3.3% to $918 million, against projected growth of 9.9%.
(Definition of projected from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “projected”
in Chinese (Simplified) 计划的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 計劃的,預計的,推斷的…
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