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Synonyms for curve

Synonyms for curve

something bent

to swerve from a straight line

to have or cause to have a curved or sinuous form or surface

Synonyms for curve

a line on a graph representing data

a pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approaches the batter

the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface

curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc

turn sharply

extend in curves and turns

form an arch or curve

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bend or cause to bend

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form a curl, curve, or kink

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Each base curve has three 'lift' options, which is effectively the amount of reverse curve the lens has, with Lift 1 or 'L1' having the gentlest curve for mildly oblate corneas, and L3 having the most rapid steepening towards the edge, for more severe cases (Figure 3).
The Monarch features a precision-machined mirror polished 440-C stainless steel blade with choice of reverse curve Bowie or double edge patterns.
The front of the trigger guard has a reverse curve.
Recently Launched somo*v Platinum Designed for High Volume Breast Screening Environment, Features Reverse Curve Technology and Abella Workflow for Fast, Accurate Patient Exams
An example would be PT PC for a compound or reverse curve.
The ergonomic Reverse Curve Technology design conforms to anatomic curve of women's breasts for improved comfort and imaging performance during an automated 3D ultrasound exam.
U-Systems' somo*v ABUS system, along with the new reverse curve transducer technology, has the potential to emerge as a life saving diagnostic aid that enables physicians to effectively diagnose breast cancers missed by mammography.
Van Cauter noted that sharply rising curves in the prevalence of obesity in the United States since the 1960s mirror reverse curves in the amount of sleep Americans get--the smallest amount in the industrialized world.