What is camber?

  • (noun): A slight convexity (as of the surface of a road).
    See also — Additional definitions below


Camber may refer to a variety of curvatures and angles:

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Camber, East Sussex - Events
... Each year (in November), the Rhythm Riot Festival is held at Pontin's in Camber. ...
Camber Corporation
... Camber Corporation is a defense contractor headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama ... In 2008, Camber grew to over $240 million in revenue ... In 2009, Camber is targeted to grow to over $400 million in revenue, including two new acquisitions (i2S, Inc ...
Slingshot Pass - C
... Camber A.)The angle at which wheels are set up to tilt in or out, measured in degrees in or out from 90 degrees (i.e. 2.5 degrees negative camber" means each wheel is tilted 2.5 degrees inwards from vertical) "Positive camber" means the top of the tyre is angled outwards from the car "negative camber" means that the top tilts ... Negative camber assists cornering performance as the outside tyres lean into the corner (like a motorcycle) which keeps the lateral forces on the tire lower and causes ...
Cujo (film) - Cast
... Christopher Stone as Steve Kemp Ed Lauter as Joe Camber Kaiulani Lee as Charity Camber Billy Jacoby as Brett Camber Mills Watson as Gary Pervier Jerry ...
List Of Minor Characters In The Deryni Series - 10th Century - Jebediah
... Appearances Camber of Culdi, Saint Camber, Camber the Heretic, The Deryni Archives ("Healer's Song") Jebediah d'Alcara is born in 861, and he joins the Order of Saint Michael as ... In 906, he discovers that Camber MacRorie has been impersonating Alister Cullen for over a year, since the death of the Vicar General at the Battle of Iomaire, and the ... age of 56 in 918, slain while defending Camber/Alister from the Regents' forces ...

More definitions of "camber":

  • (noun): A slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force.
    Synonyms: bank, cant
  • (verb): Curve upward in the middle.
  • (noun): The alignment of the wheels of a motor vehicle closer together at the bottom than at the top.