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**CURVE**

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curve (kûrv)

*n.*

**1.**

**a.**A line that deviates from straightness in a smooth, continuous fashion.

**b.**A surface that deviates from planarity in a smooth, continuous fashion.

**c.**Something characterized by such a line or surface, especially a rounded line or contour of the human body.

**2.**A relatively smooth bend in a road or other course.

**3.**

**a.**A line representing data on a graph.

**b.**A trend derived from or as if from such a graph: Once again, the politicians are behind the curve (Ted Kennedy).

**4.**A graphic representation showing the relative performance of individuals as measured against each other, used especially as a method of grading students in which the assignment of grades is based on predetermined proportions of students.

**5.**

*Mathematics*

**a.**The graph of a function on a coordinate plane.

**b.**The intersection of two surfaces in three dimensions.

**c.**The graph of the solutions to any equation of two variables.

**6.**

*Baseball*A curve ball.

**7.**

*Slang*Something that is unexpected or designed to trick or deceive.

*v.*

**curved**,

**curv·ing**,

**curves**

*v.*

*intr.*To move in or take the shape of a curve: The path curves around the lake.

*v.*

*tr.*

**1.**To cause to curve.

**2.**

*Baseball*To pitch (a ball) with a curve.

**3.**To grade (students, for example) on a curve.[From Middle English,

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