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Date: 1600-1700
Language: French
Origin: cambre, from cambrer 'to curve', from Latin camur 'curved'

camber

noun
     
Related topics: Roads
cam‧ber [uncountable and countable]
TTR technical a slight curve from the centre of a road or other surface to the side, which makes water flow to the side

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