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Spanish translation of “curve”

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curve

noun /kəːv/
a line which is not straight at any point, like part of the edge of a circle.
curva
anything shaped like this
curva
a curve in the road.
curved adjective
curvo, encorvado
a curved blade.
curvy adjective
curvo, sinuoso
the curvy lines of the sculpture.
Translations of “curve”
in Korean 곡선, 커브…
in Arabic مُنْحَنى, مُقَوَّس…
in French courbe, tournant…
in Italian curva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 曲線,弧線, 轉彎…
in Russian изгиб…
in Turkish kavis, eğri, kıvrım…
in Polish łuk, (linia) krzywa…
in Portuguese curva…
in German die Kurve…
in Catalan corba…
in Japanese カーブ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 曲线,弧线, 转弯…
(Definition of curve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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