curvy

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İngilizce - Türkçe
biçimli
eğrili
{s} düzgün vücutlu

Sen şişman değilsin. Sen düzgün vücutlusun. - You're not fat. You're curvy.

Sen düzgün vücutlu değilsin. Sen şişmansın. - You're not curvy. You're fat.

{s} kıvrımlı hatlara sahip

Sen şişman değilsin. Sen kıvrımlı hatlara sahipsin. - You're not fat. You're curvy.

Sen kıvrımlı hatlara sahip değilsin. Sen şişmansın. - You're not curvy. You're fat.

curve
{f} bükülmek
curve
kavis

O tehlikeli bir kavis. Orada birçok kaza oldu. - That's a dangerous curve. There've been many accidents there.

curve
eğri

Bir gülümseme, her şeyi düzelten bir eğridir. - A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.

Bana Pareto eğrisini çiz. - Draw me the Pareto curve.

curve
eğmek
curve
eğilmek
curve
kıvrım

Bir tebessüm bir kadının vücudunda en güzel kıvrımdır. - A smile is the most beautiful curve on a woman's body.

Hakiki kadınların kıvrımları vardır. - Real women have curves.

curve
{i} viraj

O, virajsız uzun bir yoldur. - It's a long road with no curves.

curve
bükmek
curve
{f} kıvırmak; kıvrılmak
curve
kurb
curve
dönüş
curve
pistole
curve
dönmek
curve
(Mimarlık) aylama
curve
dönemeç
curve
kıvırmak
curve
{f}

Düz bir çizgi bir eğrinin önemsiz bir örneğidir. - A straight line is a trivial example of a curve.

Bana Pareto eğrisini çiz. - Draw me the Pareto curve.

curve
eğmeç
curve
kavi
curve
kavisli şey
curve
(Tıp) Bir hareketin özel aletlerle kağıt üzerine çizdiği çizgi
curve
bükey
curve
kavis çizmek
curve
bu eğri
curve
kavis meydana getirmek
curve
kavisleştirmek
curve
eğil/eğ
curve
imtihan notları sonucu sınıf standartına göre not verme sistemi
curve
spor
curve
(Askeri) Münhani
Türkçe - Türkçe

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curve
Bowling'de bir atış
İngilizce - İngilizce
Having curves
buxom or curvaceous
having curves; "a settee with only one curvy end"
{s} having curves; curvaceous
having curves; "a settee with only one curvy end
approval If someone describes a woman as curvy, they think she is attractive because of the curves of her body. = curvaceous
(of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves; "Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes"; "a curvy young woman in a tight dress"
curve
To bend or turn gradually from a given direction

the road curves to the right.

curve
To bend; to crook

to curve a pipe.

curve
(informal, usually in plural curves) The attractive shape of a woman's body
curve
A simple figure containing no straight portions and no angles; a curved line
curve
A one-dimensional figure of non-zero length; the graph of a continuous map from a one-dimensional space
curve
To cause to swerve from a straight course

to curve a ball in pitching it.

curve
A gentle bend, such as in a road
curve
An algebraic curve; a polynomial relation of the planar coordinates
curve
{n} any thing that is bent, crookedness
curve
A change of flying direction that is not a turn or an arc Curves can be complex, as in the Rug (DI 28) or the ellipses in the Soup Can (DI 36) Curves can also be simpler as in the curve at the bottom of the flower in the Tulip (DI 32)
curve
If something curves, it moves in a curve, for example through the air. The ball curved strangely in the air
curve
a baseball thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approach the batter
curve
Bent without angles; crooked; curved; as, a curve line; a curve surface
curve
A bending without angles; that which is bent; a flexure; as, a curve in a railway or canal
curve
A curve is a smooth, gradually bending line, for example part of the edge of a circle. the curve of his lips. a curve in the road
curve
The attractive shape of a womans body
curve
A visual diagram of a measurement using two variables In testing hearing aids, one variable may be frequency, shown on the horizontal axis of the curve, and the other variable amplitude, shown on the vertical axis of the curve
curve
extend in curves and turns; "The road winds around the lake"
curve
As in tone curve, or color correction curve Beginning as a 45° angle line running up to the right, this line is adjusted into a curve shape by the user to effect color or tone correction The lower left end of the curve typically represents the dark portions of a picture and an upward bend will typically lighten the shadows Similar capabilities exist by working with the middle or highlight parts of the curve In this way it is possible to alter only certain tone ranges of an image without making un-wanted changes in other parts of the image
curve
You can refer to a change in something as a particular curve, especially when it is represented on a graph. Each firm will face a downward-sloping demand curve see also learning curve
curve
A non-straight line In the Vutrax context a curve is stored in its segmented form built of 'Curve' point
curve
If someone throws you a curve or if they throw you a curve ball, they surprise you by doing something you do not expect. At the last minute, I threw them a curve ball by saying, `We're going to bring spouses'. to bend or move in the shape of a curve, or to make something do this. In mathematics, an abstract term used to describe the path of a continuously moving point (see continuity). Such a path is usually generated by an equation. The word can also apply to a straight line or to a series of line segments linked end to end. A closed curve is a path that repeats itself, and thus encloses one or more regions. Simple examples include circles, ellipses, and polygons. Open curves such as parabolas, hyperbolas, and spirals have infinite length
curve
turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
curve
A collection of straight or curved line segments attached by their ends, or knots, to make a curve The look of the resulting curve varies, depending on the manner of interpolating the control points The term curve refers to Linear or cubic NURBS curves They can not be rendered because they have no thickness, but they have many uses For example, they can be used as the basis for constructing surfaces They can also serve as paths along which an object is animated
curve
A line described according to some low, and having no finite portion of it a straight line
curve
traces the combination of interest rates and GNP at which investment equals saving
curve
the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface
curve
A complex entity created by the definition of endpoints of spline curve sections Note: curve entities cannot be trimmed to and do not respond to many editing commands See also Bezier curve
curve
Bent without angles; crooked; curved
curve
n keluk
curve
A one dimensional entity that represents a connected set of points in three-space Curves may be viewed/edited using Shape Editor windows Note that the term "Curve" is also used in its non-geometric mathematical sense to describe the functional parametric mappings used to define decremental conduction, interval/duration, and interval/potential effects
curve
A ball that has a big, slow break Compare to hook
curve
Set of points forming a continuous line without angles
curve
A one-dimensional continuum
curve
A set of data points that defines a time dependent property or boundary condition Curves can be created with the Curve Editor Curves can also specify other (e g temperature) dependent properties
curve
form an arch or curve; "her back arches"; "her hips curve nicely"
curve
In well logging, a trace representing a continuous record of some property or occurrence in the wellbore environment versus depth One or more curves may constitute a well log
curve
Pitch that moves down, across, or down and across, depending upon the rotation of the ball
curve
a line on a graph representing data
curve
To bend; to crook; as, to curve a line; to curve a pipe; to cause to swerve from a straight course; as, to curve a ball in pitching it
curve
the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes
curve
a baseball thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approach the batter a line on a graph representing data the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes
curve
{f} form into a curve, bend; turn
curve
To bend or turn gradually from a given direction; as, the road curves to the right
curve
A curve corresponds to all the kind of lines ( circle, cone, Bézier curve, B-Spline curve, NURBS, etc) A parametric curve is define by the parameter functions which define the coordinates of : X= fx (u) Y= fy (u) Z= fz (u)
curve
curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc )
curve
The continuous image of the unit interval
curve
Auxiliary element that takes one scalar parameter as input and returns one point in three dimensional space Path is another word for "curve" Every curve has a starting point and an ending point and connects those two points If the starting point is the same as the ending point then the curve is a closed curve The term 2D curve refers to a planar curve that can be represented by two dimensional points
curve
Ball that breaks from right to left (for right-handers) in a huge arc (and vice-versa for lefties)
curve
A continuous map from a one-dimensional space to a multidimensional space
curve
bend or cause to bend; "He crooked his index finger"; "the road curved sharply"
curve
form a curl, curve, or kink; "the cigar smoke curled up at the ceiling"
curve
{i} line that is not straight, continuously bending line; bend, turn (in a road)
curve
If something curves, or if someone or something curves it, it has the shape of a curve. Her spine curved The track curved away below him. a knife with a slightly curving blade A small, unobtrusive smile curved the cook's thin lips
curve
Design feature (ie curve in bottom of board)
curvier
comparative of curvy
curviest
superlative of curvy
curvy