One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the company claims it has exceeded its initial sales projection’
estimate, forecast, prediction, calculation, prognosis, prognostication, reckoning, expectation
forecasting, estimation, computation
2‘tiny projections on the chalk face of the cliffs’
protuberance, protrusion, sticking-out bit, overhang, ledge, shelf, ridge, prominence, spur, outcrop, outgrowth, jut, bulge, jag, snag
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