Convex

A term to describe an outline which curves outward. Synonymous with excurvate and the opposite of concave. Suggested that this term only be used to describe basal edges.

convex

(Humans as organisms) curving outwards

Convex

Bowed, as in the shape of a curve. Usually referring to the price/required yield relationship for option-free bonds.
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convex

[adj] - curving or bulging outward
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Convex

curving outward toward the viewer.
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Convex

The curved surface of a cylinder, as a sphere when viewed from without. See also: Concave.
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Convex

Curving outward
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Convex

Con'vex adjective [ Latin convexus vaulted, arched, convex, concave, from convehere to bring together: confer French convexe . See Vehicle .] Rising or swelling into a spherical or rounded form; regularly protuberant or bulging; -- said of a spherical surface or curved line w...
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Convex

Con'vex noun A convex body or surface. « Half heaven's convex glitters with the flame. Tickell. » » This word was often pronounced con-vex' by early writers, as by Milton, and occasionally by later poets.
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convex

Applied to a surface that is evenly curved outward, the segment of a sphere. ... Origin: L. Convexus, vaulted, arched, convex, fr. Con-veho, to bring together ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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convex

adjective curving or bulging outward
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convex

(kon-veks´) having a rounded, somewhat elevated surface.
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Convex

• (n.) A convex body or surface. • (a.) Rising or swelling into a spherical or rounded form; regularly protuberant or bulging; -- said of a spherical surface or curved line when viewed from without, in opposition to concave.
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Convex

Curves as on a graph, generally used to refer to the price/yield relationship of bonds that are option-free. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Convex

1. Said of a curve that bulges toward some reference point, usually the horizontal axis or the origin of a diagram. More formally, a curve is convex from below (or convex to something below it) if all straight lines connecting points on it lie on or above it. Contrasts with concave. 2. Said of a set that contains all straight line segments joining....
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convex

equally rounded, broadly obtuse.
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convex

A convex lens focuses parallel rays of light to a point Curved outward, or having positive curvature, as in certain mirrors and lenses; the word comes from the Latin convexus for 'vaulted.' A biconvex lens has two convex surfaces, not necessarily with the same radii of curvature. A figure, such...
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Convex

Having a rounded elevated surface; opposite of concave.
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convex

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′veks, kŏn-veks′ Definitions: 1. Applied to a surface that is evenly curved outward, the segment of a sphere.
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convex

Of a surface, curving outwards, or towards the eye. For example, the outer surface of a ball appears convex. In geometry, the term is used to describe any polygon possessing no interior angle greater than 180°. Convex is the opposite of concave
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Convex

A surface curved like the exterior of a circle or sphere.
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convex

A surface shaped like the outside of a sphere.
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Convex

curved outward.
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Convex

curving outward; the opposite of concave (Morris 1992).
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Convex

A round surface curved outward.
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