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  1. curve

    • IPA[kərv]

    美式

    • n.
      a line or outline which gradually deviates from being straight for some or all of its length;a place where a road deviates from a straight path
    • v.
      form or cause to form a curve
    • noun: curve, plural noun: curves

    • verb: curve, 3rd person present: curves, gerund or present participle: curving, past tense: curved, past participle: curved

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a line or outline which gradually deviates from being straight for some or all of its length:

      the parapet wall sweeps down in a bold curve

    • 2. a place where a road deviates from a straight path:

      the vehicle rounded a curve

    • 3. a curving contour of a woman's figure:

      her dress twisted tightly around her generous curves

    • 4. a line on a graph (whether straight or curved) showing how one quantity varies with respect to another:

      the population curve

    • 5. a system in which grades are assigned to students based on their performance relative to other students, regardless of their actual knowledge of the subject:

      grades were marked on a curve

    • 6. another term for curveball
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form or cause to form a curve:

      her mouth curved in a smile

      starting with arms outstretched, curve the body sideways

    • adj. having the form of a curve; bent:

    • birds with long curved bills

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    • adj. having the form of a curve; bent:

    • birds with long curved bills

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    • n. a graph showing the proportion of a population living after a given age, or at a given time after contracting a serious disease or receiving a radiation dose.

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    • n. a curve drawn on polar coordinates around a fixed point, as in a polar diagram.

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    • n. a graph showing the variation in the light received over a period of time from a variable star or other varying celestial object.

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    • n. a graph of a normal (Gaussian) distribution, with a large rounded peak tapering away at each end.

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    • n. a curve of constantly changing radius, used to connect a circular arc to a straight line or to an arc of different curvature.

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    • n. a graph on which the cumulative percentage of total national income (or some other variable) is plotted against the cumulative percentage of the corresponding population (ranked in increasing size of share). The extent to which the curve sags below a straight diagonal line indicates the degree of inequality of distribution.

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    • IPA[kəːv]

    英式

    • n.
      a line or outline which gradually deviates from being straight for some or all of its length:
    • the parapet wall sweeps down in a bold curve
    • v.
      form or cause to form a curve:
    • her mouth curved in a smile

      starting with arms outstretched, curve the body sideways

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    • logistics curve

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