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curve

noun [C] uk   /kɜːv/  us   /kɝːv/
B2 a line that bends continuously and has no straight parts: a curve in the road the curve of a graph
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curve

verb [I] uk   /kɜːv/  us   /kɝːv/
to form a curve, or move in the shape of a curve: The road curves round to the left.
curved
adjective uk   /kɜːvd/  us   /kɝːvd/
a curved surface
Traducciones de “curve”
en árabe مُنْحَنى, مُقَوَّس…
en coreano 곡선, 커브…
in Malaysian lengkung…
en francés courbe, tournant…
en turco kavis, eğri, kıvrım…
en italiano curva…
en chino (tradicionál) 曲線,弧線, 轉彎…
en ruso изгиб…
en polaco łuk, (linia) krzywa…
in Vietnamese đường cong, có hình cong…
en español curva…
en portugués curva…
in Thai เส้นโค้ง, สิ่งที่มีรูปร่างโค้ง…
en alemán die Kurve…
en catalán corba…
en japonés カーブ…
in Indonesian lengkung, lengkungan, tikungan…
en chino (simplificado) 曲线,弧线, 转弯…
(Definition of curve from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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