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From the English verb curve:
curved is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

curved  Adjective
  1. Translate "curved" to Spanish: curvado, curvo, arqueado, con muchas curvas, corvo, curvilíneo, achinado, alabeado, cimbrado, incurvado, tranza
    English Synonyms of "curved": bowed, curvilinear, bent, arched, arching, bow-shaped, vaulted, winding, wavy
    Define meaning of "curved": Not straight; having or marked by a curve or smoothly rounded bend.
  2. The curved tusks of a walrus.
    His curved lips suggested a smile but his eyes were hard.

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  3. Translate "curved" to Spanish: encorvado
    English Synonyms of "curved": crooked, hunched, round-shouldered, stooping, with a stoop
    Define meaning of "curved": Not straight; having or marked by a curve or smoothly rounded bend.
  4. The curved tusks of a walrus.
    His curved lips suggested a smile but his eyes were hard.

  5. Translate "curved" to Spanish: circunflejo, doblado, curvo
    English Synonyms of "curved": circumflex, bent
    Define meaning of "curved": Not straight; having or marked by a curve or smoothly rounded bend.
  6. The curved tusks of a walrus.
    His curved lips suggested a smile but his eyes were hard.

Conceptually-related expressions of "curved"
curve  Verb
Plural: curves
  1. Translate "curve" to Spanish: doblar una curva, curvear
    English Synonyms of "curve": move in curves, take a curve, turn a curve, turn on a curve
    Define meaning of "curve": Bend or cause to bend. ; Extend in curves and turns.
  2. He crooked his index finger.
    The road curved sharply.
    The road winds around the lake.

  3. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curvarse, arquearse, formar una curva
    English Synonyms of "curve": arch, become convex, bend back, bow, curve in, warp
    Define meaning of "curve": Form a curl, curve, or kink. ; Form an arch or curve.
  4. The cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling.
    Her back arches.
    Her hips curve nicely.

  5. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curvar, doblar en forma curva, encorvar
    English Synonyms of "curve": arch, bend in a curve, bend, embow
    Define meaning of "curve": Bend or cause to bend.
  6. He crooked his index finger.
    The road curved sharply.


  7. Translate "curve" to Spanish: lanzar una curva
    English Synonyms of "curve": pitch a curve, pitch a curve ball, pitch a curve to

  8. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curvear, promediar
    English Synonyms of "curve": grade on a curve, average, average out

curve  Noun
  1. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curva, línea circular
    English Synonyms of "curve": bend, circular line, turning, bend in road, corner, turn
    Define meaning of "curve": Curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc.). ; The trace of a point whose direction of motion changes.

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  3. Translate "curve" to Spanish: lanzamiento en curva, bola curva, curva, lanzamiento curvo
    English Synonyms of "curve": curve ball, curving ball, curve throw, slider, bender
    Define meaning of "curve": A baseball thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approach the batter.

  4. Translate "curve" to Spanish: combadura
    English Synonyms of "curve": convexity, camber
    Define meaning of "curve": The property possessed by a convex shape. ; A shape that curves or bulges outward.

  5. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curva
    English Synonyms of "curve": trend
    Define meaning of "curve": A general tendency to change (as of opinion). ; General line of orientation. ; A general direction in which something tends to move.


  6. Translate "curve" to Spanish: curva, representación gráfica de una secuencia de valores
    English Synonyms of "curve": graph, graphical representation of a series of values
    Define meaning of "curve": A drawing illustrating the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes.

Verb Conjugation for "curve"
Gerund: curving

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Conceptually-related expressions of "curve"
abnormal curve
alignment curve
anatomic curve
anti-Monson curve
area under the concentration curve
area under the plasma concentration curve
asymptotic curve
attenuation curve
average output curve
average revenue curve
B-H curve
backward-bending curve
banked curve
Barnes' curve
behind the curve
bell-shaped curve
bend in a curve
best fit of curve
Bézier curve
Bragg curve
buccal curve
carbon dioxide titration curve
Carus' curve
Carus curve
Carus's curve
compensating curve
connecting curve
cost curve
cumulative performance curve
curve locus of the curvature centers of another curve
curve that is the locus of the curvature centers of another curve
Damoiseau's curve
dashed curve
declining-yield curve
demand curve
dental curve
derating curve
distillation curve
distribution curve
dose-response curve
dotted curve
downward slope of a curve
downward-sloping curve
draw-down curve
dye dilution curve
ease the curve
easy curve
effective selectivity curve
elliptic curve cryptography
Ellis' curve
epidemic curve
excess demand curve
excess supply curve
experience curve
extrapolated curve
fading curve
flow-volume curve
Frank-Starling curve
freeform curve
frequency calibration curve
frequency curve
frequency-response curve
Friedman curve
Garland's curve
gaussian curve
glow curve
grade on a curve
graduate the curve
grain size distribution curve
ground-wave propagation curve
growth curve
hairpin curve
Harrison's curve
hearing mean sensitivity curve
I-S curve
indicator dilution curve
interest rate curve
intermediate frequency-response curve
intracardiac pressure curve
intrauterine growth curve
inverse-distance curve
inverse yield curve
inverted interest rate curve
inverted yield curve
isoproduct curve
isovolume pressure-flow curve
isovolumetric pressure-flow curve
J-curve
J-curve effect
kinked curve
L-M curve
labial curve
lactation curve
large African antelope of the genus Alcelaphus having ringed horns that curve backwards
learning curve
least squares approximation curve
level curve
logistic curve
Lorenz curve
marginal cost curve
milled-in curve
modulation characteristic curve
Monson curve
muscle curve
negative yield curve
nitrogen washout curve
no-threshold curve
noise rating curve
noise weighting curve
nominal response curve
normal distribution curve
offer curve
opportunity curve
output curve
oxygen-haemoglobin dissociation curve
oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation curve
performance curve
Phillips curve
pitch a curve
pitch a curve ball
pitch a curve to
Pleasure curve
positive yield curve
pre-emphasis curve
Price-Jones curve
probability curve
production curve
production-possibility curve
propagation curve
pulse curve
receiver autoprotection curve
response curve
revenue curve
reverse curve
S-curve on road
sales curve
saturation curve
SEA curve
sedactic curve
selectivity curve
sharp curve
sine curve
sky-wave propagation curve
solid curve
Spee's curve
standard curve
Starling's curve
steepness of a curve
strength-duration curve
stress strain curve
supply curve
survival curve
take a curve
temperature curve
tendency to curve upward
tension curve
tone reproduction curve
total cost curve
Traube-Hering curve
Traube's curve
turn a curve
turn on a curve
turning-point of a curve
upward curve
upward-sloping curve
ventricular function curve
vertex of a curve
von Spee's curve
wage curve
weighting curve
whole-body titration curve
Wunderlich's curve
yield curve
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