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- In mathematics, a curve (also called a curved line in older texts) is, generally speaking, Various disciplines within mathematics have given the term different meanings depending on the area of study, Closely related meanings are "graph of a function" (as in "Phillips curve") and "two-dimensional or three-dimensional gr

- NounPLcurves
- A gentle bend, such as in a road.
- You should slow down when approaching a
**curve**.

- You should slow down when approaching a
- A simple figure containing no straight portions and no angles; a curved line.
- She scribbled a
**curve**on the paper.

- She scribbled a
- A grading system based on the scale of performance of a group used to normalize a right-skewed grade distribution (with more lower scores) into a bell curve, so that more can receive higher grades, regardless of their actual knowledge of the subject.
- The teacher was nice and graded the test on a
**curve**

- The teacher was nice and graded the test on a
- (analytic geometry) A continuous map from a one-dimensional space to a multidimensional space.
- (geometry) A one-dimensional figure of non-zero length; the graph of a continuous map from a one-dimensional space.
- (algebraic geometry) An algebraic curve; a polynomial relation of the planar coordinates.
- (topology) A one-dimensional continuum.
- INF (chiefly in the plural) The attractive shape of a woman's body.

- A gentle bend, such as in a road.
- VerbSGcurvesPRcurvingPT, PPcurved
- Adjective
- More Examples
- Used in the Middle of Sentence
- Finally, we apply this result to obtain results concerning certain cuspidalization problems for fundamental groups of (not necessarily proper) hyperbolic
**curves**over finite fields.. - The Flow of Attention graph’s choppy
**curves**showed weak visual connectedness which means viewers had trouble following the story and explained why they could not playback the ad’s key message. - she took the steps two or three at a time ; he took the
**curve**/ corner too fast

- Finally, we apply this result to obtain results concerning certain cuspidalization problems for fundamental groups of (not necessarily proper) hyperbolic
- Used in the Ending of Sentence
- He asked the teacher to grade (the test) on a
**curve**. - Toyota used to be a company with foresight, always ready to take action, but now they have fallen very far behind the
**curve**. - In addition, AIS patients were shown to have a distinct asymmetrical intravertebral deformity with its maximum being in the apical region of the
**curve**.

- He asked the teacher to grade (the test) on a

- Used in the Middle of Sentence

- Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
- Adjectives
- Nouns
- Countable nouns

- Countable nouns
- Verbs
- Intransitive verbs
- Transitive verbs

- Intransitive verbs

- Adjectives

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