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noun as in slant

verb as in arch

verb as in bank

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Since the original Mercury popped up on our radar in 2016, it’s been one of our favorite all-mountain boards thanks to its park-to-pow prowess, hardpack-hammering camber, and buoyant, easy-turning rocker at the nose and tail.

On days when powder wasn’t on the menu, she appreciated the directional shape and camber under the bindings, and said that she was able to noticeably improve her turns.

Corners are often blind, off-camber, and decrease in radius.

He reversed the historic trend of manufacturing skis with more sidecut and camber when he sketched a design for the first true powder skis, the Volant Spatulas, on a bar napkin in 1996.

A board with plenty of camber beneath your bindings is your friend on the ascent, Lazarus says.

It is usually bent to a "camber," and the brick arch built upon it naturally takes the same curve.

That means the Chord can be proportionately decreased without adversely affecting the Camber.

The main surface towards the wing-tips is given a decreasing angle of incidence and corresponding camber.

Then, in order that the lift-drift ratio may be preserved, there must be a corresponding decrease in the camber.

Then they had tea in the house below the club-house on the left-hand side of the road as you go towards Camber Sands.


On this page you'll find 188 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to camber, such as: arc, arch, contour, loop, trajectory, and ambit.

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