As a noun camber
is a slight convexity, arching or curvature of a surface of a road, a beam, roof deck, ship's deck etc, so that liquids will flow off the sides.
As a verb camber
is to curve upwards in the middle.
As a proper noun sagittarius is
* cambre (chiefly obsolete)
A slight convexity, arching or curvature of a surface of a road, a beam, roof deck, ship's deck etc., so that liquids will flow off the sides.
The slope of a curved road created to minimize the effect of centrifugal force.
(architecture) An upward concavity in the underside of a beam, girder, or lintel; also, a slight upward concavity in a straight arch.
(automotive) A vertical alignment of the wheels of a road vehicle with positive camber signifying that the wheels are closer together at the bottom than at the top.
The curvature of an airfoil.
(nautical) A small enclosed dock in which timber for masts (etc.) is kept to weather.
To curve upwards in the middle.
To adjust the camber of the wheels of a vehicle.
- Because he cambered the tires too much, he had less control on the turns.
* (genus) Aves - class; Saurornithes - informal group; Ornithothoraces, Ornithurae - clades; Carinatae - subclass; Neornithes - infraclass; Neognathae - parvclass; Accipitriformes - order; Sagittariidae - family
* (genus) Sagittarius serpentarius - sole species