English to Afrikaans Meaning :: curve

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
kurwe, infleksie, ingewikkelde, verbuig, onbuigbaarheid
gebuig, draai, geneigdheid, kurwe, krul, boog, kluis, konkawe, uithoek, hoek
draai, flex, dief, kurwe, krommen, haak, verdubbel, Stoop, raak konvekse, onkruid, frommel, krimp, krul, verschrompelen

Curve    :kurwe


Curve - kurwe

Curved :: gebuig

Curves :: kurwes

Curving :: kromming


Related Words

1. learning curve :: leerkurwe


1. bend :: draai

2. curvature :: kurwe

3. bender :: jol


4. bend :: draai

5. wind :: wind

6. crook :: dief

7. arch :: boog

8. kink :: kinkel

9. trend :: tendens

Different forms

curve, curved, curves, curving

English to Afrikaans Dictionary: curve
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