1. movement that causes the formation of a curve
Syn: ↑bend
Hypernyms: ↑movement, ↑motion
Hyponyms: ↑deflection, ↑deflexion, ↑refraction
2. the property of being bent or deflected
Syn: ↑deflection, ↑deflexion
Hypernyms: ↑physical property
Hyponyms: ↑windage, ↑wind deflection, ↑refractivity, ↑refractiveness
3. the act of bending something
Hypernyms: ↑change of shape
Hyponyms: ↑flexion, ↑flexure, ↑crouch, ↑hunch, ↑incurvation

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