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camber (n.)

"convexity on an upper surface," 1610s, nautical term, from Old French cambre, chambre "bent," from Latin camurum (nominative camur) "crooked, arched;" related to camera. As a verb, "become slightly arched," from 1620s. Related: Cambered; cambering.

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Definitions of camber from WordNet
1
camber (n.)
a slight convexity (as of the surface of a road);
camber (n.)
a slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force;
Synonyms: bank / cant
camber (n.)
the alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top;
2
camber (v.)
curve upward in the middle;
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