curves
/kɜːvz/
Meanings

noun
The shape of a smooth, continuous line or surface, especially when described by a mathematical function.
 "The road made long curves as it wound its way through the mountains."
 "The ball followed a curve trajectory towards the goal."
 "The river formed beautiful curves as it flowed around the boulders."

verb
Bend or flex, especially gradually.
 "The tree branches curve in all directions."
 "My arm curves around your waist."
 "The hose curves around the corner."
Pronunciation

/kɜːvz/
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/kɝvz/
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Rhymes
Words rhyming with curvesurns , earns , spurns , urns
Variants
List of all variants of curves that leads to same resultcurve , curves , curved , curving , bell curve , bell curves , epi curve , epi curves , epidemic curve , epidemic curves , epidemiologic curve , epidemiologic curves , epidemiological curve , epidemiological curves , french curve , french curves , Gaussian curve , Gaussian curves , Jordan curve , Jordan curves , learning curve , learning curves , light curve , light curves , logistic curve , logistic curves
Forms
Different forms of the word (e.g., verb conjugations, plural forms, comparative/superlative forms for adjectives).curves (plural), curved, curving
Etymology
origin and the way in which meanings have changed throughout history.From Old French curver, from Latin convertere 'turn in a circular motion'.
Trivia
Any details, considerations, events or pieces of information regarding the word
The longest curve in the world is the Karakoram Highway in Pakistan, which spans over 1,300 kilometers.

The term 'curveball' comes from the fact that the baseball pitch curves in flight.

The curve theorem, also known as the GaussBonnet theorem, is a fundamental result in mathematics that relates the curvature of a surface to its topology.

The curve of a circle is called a great circle, and it is the longest circle that can be drawn on the surface of a sphere.
Related Concepts
informations on related concepts or terms closely associated with the word. Discuss semantic fields or domains that the word belongs to
Mathematical functions: Functions that describe the relationship between an independent variable and a dependent variable, and can be used to generate curves.

Calculus: The branch of mathematics that deals with the study of continuous change, and is used to analyze and find the properties of curves, such as their slopes and areas.
Culture
Any cultural, historical, or symbolic significance of the word. Explore how the word has been used in literature, art, music, or other forms of expression.Curves have been used extensively in art, literature, and science. In mathematics, curves are used to model various phenomena, such as the shape of the Earth, the trajectory of projectiles, and the behavior of electrical circuits. In literature, curves are often used metaphorically to describe the twists and turns of a plot or the shape of a character's emotions. In art, curves are used to create dynamic and flowing compositions, as seen in the works of artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Henri Matisse.
How to Memorize "curves"

visualize
 Imagine a smooth, continuous line or surface.
 Think about drawing a line that bends gradually.
 Visualize a graph of a mathematical function. 
associate
 Associate the word with the shape of a smooth, continuous line or surface.
 Think about the bending or flexing of an object.
 Remember the mathematical function y = x^2 that generates a parabolic curve. 
mnemonics
 Use the mnemonic 'Curves are cool, they bend and flow, like a river in the snow'.
 Remember the acronym CURVES to stand for 'Continuous, Uniform, Regular, Velocity, Evolution, Smooth'.
 Think about the phrase 'Curves are the language of nature'.
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