Curve ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Curve ( noun )

  1. A line that is not straight and bends in a smooth continuous manner.
  2. A shape that is rounded or bent like a part of a circle.
  3. A graph representing a statistical or mathematical relationship between two variables.

Origin:

Middle english, from old french courbe, from latin curva bent, curved, from curvus curved.

Examples:

  1. The road ahead had a sharp curve.
  2. The dancer's body formed a graceful curve.
  3. The stock market's performance is represented by a curve on a graph.
  4. The architect designed a building with curves that were both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
  5. The swimmer's stroke had a smooth curve as she glided through the water.

(As a verb)

Curve ( verb )

  1. A line that is not straight and bends in a smooth continuous manner.
  2. A shape that is rounded or bent like a part of a circle.
  3. A graph representing a statistical or mathematical relationship between two variables.

Origin:

Middle english, from old french courbe, from latin curva bent, curved, from curvus curved.

Examples:

  1. The road ahead had a sharp curve.
  2. The dancer's body formed a graceful curve.
  3. The stock market's performance is represented by a curve on a graph.
  4. The architect designed a building with curves that were both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
  5. The swimmer's stroke had a smooth curve as she glided through the water.
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