[verb], [noun] - (to form or move in the direction of) a line which bends continuously and has no straight partsa curve in a river/road/railway [C](specialized) the curve of a graph [C]The road curves (round to the left). [I]The golf ball curved through the air and landed on the green. [I]See picture: Shapes(US) When you throw a curve ball in the sport of baseball, the ball curves as it moves towards the player with the bat.
Meaning of CURVE in English
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012