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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of camber.

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Examples

  • So when he cambers down, he overshoots the card by a foot.

    Death's Noisy Herald

  • At 4:00 I look up canyon and follow the contours lacking in any curves or cambers.

    Richard Bangs: Following Brad and Angelina to Namibia, Part II

  • This wobbly intermediate was soon having a ball on the long, tree-lined reds above San Cassiano, although the longish piste 12, proved a darker shade of red, and could challenge less-confident skiers with its tricky cambers.

    Skiing Slows Down in Italy

  • Subjects include surveying yacht condition, reading line and construction drawings, half-hull modeling, developing deck cambers, plank fastening, laying decks, interior joinery, rig construction, installing electrical and mechanical systems, and yacht finishing.

    You’re Certifiable

  • The best cambers for varying velocities, angles of incidence, and thicknesses of surface, are found by means of wind-tunnel research.

    The Aeroplane Speaks

  • The best cambers for varying velocities, angles of incidence, and thickness of surface, are found by means of wind-tunnel research.

    The Aeroplane Speaks Fifth Edition

  • That calls for surface ribs of varying cambers, and results in an expensive and lengthy job for the builder.

    The Aeroplane Speaks Fifth Edition

  • The consultants, who were paid $30,000 for the project, estimated 600 tonnes of asphalt would be needed to complete the works, which include smoothing dips and cambers on the airstrip.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • A few awkward, adverse cambers cause cars to go light at certain points on the track, so they slide around quite a bit, and some Alpine kerbs promote a fair bit of wheel-waving.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • This road to the cafe is a demanding tarmac snarl with corrugations, off-cambers and plentiful tight, blind bends.

    Motoring

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