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traject (verb), trajects; trajected; trajecting
1. To transport (move people or things), transmit (send from one person to another one), or transpose (change the order or position).
2. Etymology: from Latin trajectus; past participle of tracere, "to cast, to throw over" or "to throw across"; from tra-, a variant of trans- + -jec-, a combining form of jacere, " to throw".