Mathematics Designating a property of a geometric figure that does not vary when the figure undergoes projection.(adjective)
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Use "projective" in a sentence
"Back to the grown-ups, the idea of projective identification is that Clem, unable to bear his own anger and aggression, stokes it in Marie."
"This idea invites projection like few others -- and something Kleinian analysts call projective identification."
"They are related to so called projective sets of real numbers and finite sequences of real numbers."