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- v. Present participle of camber.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bending; arched.
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With its corrosion-free, 3-point cambering, aluminum frame, the TRIKKE uPT is capable of reaching 30 KPH and traveling up to 30 kilometers on a single charge.
[3 & 4] The correlation between the 3VG's cambering feature and the agility of these East African cheetahs isn't as farfetched as it may seem: To negotiate sudden corners at high speeds, both maintain stability by leaning into the turn, thus moving their centers of mass away from the point of ground contact and relying on gravity to counter centrifugal force.
These trends provide some of our reasons for thinking that there may soon be a market for a cambering (or leaning) car.
_mouchoir_, -- not merely because of color contrast, but because they have not that amplitude of limb and particular cambering of the torso peculiar to the half-breed race, with its large bulk and stature.
On both sides of these streets let there be pavings, set aside for the convenience of pedestrians, these pavings to be separated from the street by curbing, ideally raised three inches from the surface, thus providing a gutter, which, through the street’s cambering and a provident furnishing of drains, shall effect the disposal of rain and running sewage.