What is the verb form of trajectory?
I looked up trajectorize but there's no such word.
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Nouns in English don't have "verb forms".
"Trajectory" is the path that a projectile follows under gravity. To put something onto a trajectory you "project" it (stress on the second syllable). Or in simple language, you "throw" it.
You can also say "follow a trajectory". In English it is often better to use a phrase rather than a single verb.
According to Google.com, traject, meaning thrown across, was an earlier version.
Dictionary.com defines traject as
[ truh-jekt ]
verb (used with object) Archaic to transport, transmit, or transpose.