ccurve, currve, curv, curvee, curvve, cuurve, kurve, urve
Curve — synonyms, curve antonyms, definition
1. curve (Noun)
angle arch arm joint bend bender bow branch breaking ball camber circle corner crook curvature curve ball curved shape elbow extend fork globe hook • • •
curve (Noun) — A smooth line containing no straight portions and no sharp angles.
curve (Noun) — A line on a graph representing data.
curve (Noun) — A pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approaches the batter.
curve (Noun) — The property possessed by a non-straight line or non-flat surface.
curve (Noun) — Curved segment (of a road, river or railway track etc.).
10 types of
configuration conformation contour delivery form line pitch section segment shape
Cupid's bow Gaussian curve Gaussian shape S-shape arc arch bell bell shape bell-shaped curve bend blind bend blind curve bow brachistochrone campana catenary closed curve crenation crenature crenel • • •
4 parts of
graph graphical record road route
2. curve (Verb)
angle arc arch bank bear bend bow buckle camber change coil contort convolute crook curl cut deflect deviate dodge encircle • • •
curve (Verb) — Turn sharply; change direction abruptly.
ex. "The motorbike curved to the right"
curve (Verb) — Extend in curves and turns.
ex. "The road curves around the lake"
curve (Verb) — Form an arch or curve.
ex. "her hips curve nicely"
curve (Verb) — Bend or cause to bend.
ex. "the road curved sharply"
curve (Verb) — Form a curl, curve, or kink.
ex. "the cigar smoke curved up at the ceiling"
5 types of
be bend change surface flex turn
camber circumvolute peel off recurve snake spiral yaw