Translation of curvilinear in Spanish:


curvilíneo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌkərvəˈlɪniər/ /ˌkəːvɪˈlɪnɪə/


  • 1

    • The sensuousness of the metal is reinforced and enhanced by his decorative curvilinear line that creates a virtuoso effect of dramatic splendour.
    • In his first year of painting, Gongkam proved to be a talented young artist and created beautiful works consisting of abstract curvilinear lines.
    • The surgeon makes a curvilinear (ie, curved) infraumbilical incision using a #10 knife blade.
    • For Reginfo, the top horizontal line with the curvilinear arrow bears the same connotation as one of the implications of the quartered circle.
    • Its fluid curvilinear, concave and convex forms let it appear sculptured rather than built, resembling in its shape a wind swept submarine with the sprawled arms of a sphinx.
    • They're lovely and the curvilinear lines are fluid and beautiful.
    • Lichenometric dating curves are curvilinear, and so the older the age estimate the less accurate it is likely to be.
    • The interior is meticulously designed with inviting hardwood floors and curving wooden counters reflecting the rounded ceiling of the curvilinear trailer.
    • Gummer has invented a novel means of integrating sharp-angled rectilinear with undulating curvilinear complexes by having them pass through each other.
    • Its streamlined modernist line in sheer cliff faces and sleek curvilinear walls was celebrated by leading architects of the day and was a perfect ingredient in Art Deco style.
    • Straight lines gave way to the asymmetrical and curvilinear.
    • One sherd has a curvilinear motif, and punctates or short trailed lines bordering longer lines are relatively rare.
    • The two curvilinear models were exponential growth or decay curves and piecewise linear regression models.
    • From above showing the curvilinear sympathies with the railway lines.
    • In the past few years the skirts have become skorts (skirt to the front and shorts to the back) and the shirt has transformed into a fitted jersey that complements the more curvilinear shape of the female body.
    • It is also true that the curvilinear streets of neosuburbs can shelter the most unlikely assemblages of citizens behind the apparent uniformity of their extruded facades.
    • Here, too were the louvres, the broad-based wooden benches, the curvilinear balusters supporting rails around polished wooden platforms.
    • They are among the earliest curvilinear glass houses ever built, pre-dating Chatsworth House's Stove House and the Crystal Palace in London.
    • One roadside stall moulded its hash into curvilinear arrangements that looked like something out of a box of Liquorice Allsorts.
    • On the southern flank a cluster of students formed a curvilinear outline that resembled the geography of India.