# CONVEX

• 1 convex

• 2 convex

1) выпуклый

2) выпуклина
3) выпуклая оболочка
4) конвексный
convex bobbin
convex camber
convex downwards
convex hull
convex lens
convex meniscus
convex upwards
convex weld
doubly convex
locally convex
relatively convex

double convex lens<opt.> линза двояковыпуклая

• 3 convex

• 4 convex

konvex; attrib. Konvex[linse, -spiegel]
* * *
['konveks]
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) konvex
* * *
con·vex
[ˈkɒnveks, AM ˈkɑ:n-]
\convex lens Konvexlinse f fachspr
\convex mirror Konvexspiegel m
* * *
[kɒn'veks]
lens, mirror konvex, Konvex-
* * *
1. konvex, erhaben, nach außen gewölbt:
convex lens Konvex-, Sammellinse f;
convex mirror Konvex-, Wölbspiegel m
2. MATH ausspringend (Winkel)
B s [ˈkɒnveks; US ˈkɑn-]
a) konvexer Körper
b) konvexe Fläche
* * *
konvex; attrib. Konvex[linse, -spiegel]
* * *
• 5 convex

a выпуклый

Синонимический ряд:
arched (adj.) arched; bulging; protruding; raised; rounded
Антонимический ряд:
• 6 convex

• 7 convex

• 8 convex

• 9 convex

• 10 convex

'konveks
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) convexo
tr['kɒnveks]
1 convexo,-a
: convexo
'kɑːnveks, 'kɒnveks
convexo
['kɒn'veks]
* * *
['kɑːnveks, 'kɒnveks]
convexo
• 11 convex

выпуклый имя прилагательное: имя существительное:
• 12 convex

['kɒnveks]
convesso
* * *
['konveks]
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) convesso
* * *
convex /kɒnˈvɛks/ ( anche geom.)
a.
convesso: convex lens, lente convessa
convexity
n. [u]
convessità.
* * *
['kɒnveks]
convesso
• 13 convex

['konveks]
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) konveks; udadbuet
* * *
['konveks]
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) konveks; udadbuet
• 14 convex

convex con∙vex adj. • (of an outline or a surface 外形或表面) curving out • 凸出的；凸面的:
»a convex lens / mirror
凸透镜；凸镜
【OPP】 concave con∙vex∙ity noun [U]
* * *
['kɔn'veks]
• 15 convex

{'kɔnveks}
a изпъкнал, издут, конвексен
* * *
{'kъnveks} a изпъкнал, издут, конвексен.
* * *
a изпъкнал;convex; a изпъкнал, издут, конвексен.
* * *
a изпъкнал, издут, конвексен
* * *
• 16 convex

[ konveks]
• 17 convex

------------------------------------------------------------
[English Word] be convex
[Swahili Word] -koba
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] kuba, kubaza N
------------------------------------------------------------
[English Word] convex
[Swahili Word] mbonyeo
[Swahili Plural] mibonyeo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
------------------------------------------------------------
• 18 convex

konvex fachspr;
\convex lens Konvexlinse f ;
\convex mirror Konvexspiegel m
• 19 convex

['konveks]
((of an object or surface) curved outwards, like the surface of the eye: a convex lens.) convex
• 20 convex

### Look at other dictionaries:

• convex — CONVÉX, Ă, convecşi, xe, adj. Care are suprafaţa rotunjită şi bombată, care prezintă o proeminenţă. – Din fr. convexe, lat. convexus. Trimis de gudovan, 14.12.2007. Sursa: DEX 98 ﻿ Convex ≠ concav Trimis de siveco, 03.08.2004. Sursa: Antonime ﻿… …   Dicționar Român

• Convex — Con vex, a. [L. convexus vaulted, arched, convex, concave, fr. convehere to bring together: cf. F. convexe. See {Vehicle}.] Rising or swelling into a spherical or rounded form; regularly protuberant or bulging; said of a spherical surface or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

• Convex — Con vex, n. A convex body or surface. [1913 Webster] Half heaven s convex glitters with the flame. Tickell. [1913 Webster] Note: This word was often pronounced con vex by early writers, as by Milton, and occasionally by later poets. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

• convex — (adj.) 1570s, from M.Fr. convexe, from L. convexus vaulted, arched, pp. of convehere to bring together, from com together, or thoroughly (see COM (Cf. com )) + vehere to bring (see VEHICLE (Cf. vehicle)). Possibly from th …   Etymology dictionary

• convex — [kän veks′, kənveks; ] also, & for n [. ] usually [, kän′veks΄] adj. [L convexus, vaulted, arched, pp. of convehere, to bring together < com , together + vehere, to bring: see WAY] curving outward like the surface of a sphere n. a convex… …   English World dictionary

• Convex — (v. lat. Convexus), gewölbt, nach außen doppelt gekrümmt; so Convexer Winkel, s. Winkel; Convexgläser, s. u. Concavgläser; Convexlinse, s. u. Linse (Opt.); Convexspiegel, s. u. Spiegel …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

• Convex — Convex, gewölbt, in Kugelform erhaben, dem Concaven entgegengesetzt. Siehe Concav …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

• Convex — Convex, lat., mit runder Oberfläche hervorstehend, dem Concav entgegengesetzt; s. Concav …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

• convex — See concave …   Modern English usage

• convex — [adj] rounded, curving outward arched, bent, biconvex, bulged, bulging, bulgy, gibbous, outcurved, protuberant, raised; concept 486 Ant. concave, depressed, sinking …   New thesaurus

• convex — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having an outline or surface that curves outwards like the exterior of a sphere. Compare with CONCAVE(Cf. ↑concavity). DERIVATIVES convexity noun convexly adverb. ORIGIN Latin convexus vaulted, arched …   English terms dictionary