A simple figure containing no straight portions and no angles; a curved line. (noun)
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. (noun)
A continuous map from a one-dimensional space to a multidimensional space. (noun)
A one-dimensional figure of non-zero length; the graph of a continuous map from a one-dimensional space. (noun)
An algebraic curve; a polynomial relation of the planar coordinates. (noun)
A one-dimensional continuum. (noun)
The attractive shape of a woman's body. (noun)
To bend; to crook. (verb)
To cause to swerve from a straight course. (verb)
To bend or turn gradually from a given direction. (verb)
To grade on a curve (bell curve of a normal distribution). (verb)
Examples of word curve
And in the middle of the curve is a nook about five-and-a-half feet tall, a bit more than two feet wide and a foot deep.
If you delay, then the stimulus might not start to work until the curve is already headed back up.
The continuance of the curve is a narrow, unrailed bridge.
And then for others the curve is anything but bell-shaped.
Actually the curve is an exponential so every point over 100 counts more and more.