Hollow and curved or rounded; vaulted; -- said of the interior of a curved surface or line, as of the curve of the of the inner surface of an eggshell, in opposition to convex; as, a concave mirror; the concave arch of the sky.
Hollow; void of contents.
A hollow; an arched vault; a cavity; a recess.
A curved sheath or breasting for a revolving cylinder or roll.
To make hollow or concave.
Bending inward. A concave lens or mirror has at least one side that bulges inward. A concave lens produces diverging light rays. See also reflect, refract, focal length, focal point
Curved toward the Observer, as Seen from the Inside
Denotes a spherically shaped surface, curved inward.
A concave optical lens has an inward curving surface, causing incoming light to diverge.
Hollowed or rounded inward resembling the inside of a bowl.
noun The inward curve, like a bowl, which a skateboard deck is given to provide more stability for the feet.
Curving inward like the inside of a hollow ball.
The inward curve on a skateboard deck.
( non-convex): A shape with the property that the line segment connecting any two interior points is not totally contained in the shape; Not convex
The side of a spherical surface seen from the inside.
Property that a curve is below a straight line connecting two end points. If the curve falls above the straight line, it is called convexity.
Hollowed or rounded inward like the inside of a bowl
From Latin: holed, inwardly curved. Optics: form of a body, whose surface is inwardly curved.
Generally a reduced surface relative to the surrounding surfaces. In lathe turning, a concave cut is called a cove.
curving inward, like the inside surface of a sphere
rounded inward, like the inside of a circle.
The depressed or cave-like surface.
A surface that's rounded inward like the inside of a bowl. see also convex
A surface curved like the interior of a circle or sphere.
Dished inward, an existing hollow.
a polyhedron in which some of the flat surfaces slope inwards
Describes a surface that is hollowed out like a cave.
Curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere.
shape: to curve inwards.
shell carving is a Newport furniture style. concave shell Convex shell
Curved like the inner surface of a ball; A concave surface, structure, or line.
A dishing effect (outside surface). Opposite of convex
A surface of a lens is concave if it curves inwards.
Rounded inward. The inside of round hollow vessel or bowl.
Inward, (from flat) or slightly sunken, surface.
dished curve [to spine or cover when the book is closed
a rounded or circular hollow. The opposite to convex.
Referring to a surface which is not perfectly flat but dish-shaped as the inside of a plate or bowl. The windward side of a full sail takes a concave shape. The opposite of convex.
Pertaining to a linear structure, margin, or surface that is curved inward (cf. convex).
An inside curve.
lens shape: both sides curve in towards the centerline. See also convex, plano-convex.
Projecting inwards, the area within a curve
Having a rounded, somewhat depressed surface like the hollowed, inner surface of a piece of a sphere.
An inward curve.
Term used to describe cabinetry or moulding that curves inward.
Curving inwards: like the inside of a small cup.
curved like the inner surface of a sphere
Curved downwards, when seen from the top of the pan.
1. Hollow and curving inward. 2. Curving inward like a cave or the inside of a spoon.
Hollow and curved, like the inside of a hollow ball.
A solid curved surface similar to the inside surface of a sphere.
is a type of optical lens in which the light rays passing through it are made to diverge by the inward bulge of the glass surface.
An inward-curving shape. (i.e. a spoon)
curve shaped like the inside arc of a circle
Inward curving (used to describe the tail shape)
A hollow curved surface.
Curving inward, like the inner surface of a ball
Hollow and curved such as the inside of a hollow sphere.