Translation of concavo-convex in Spanish:

concavo-convex

cóncavo-convexo, adj.

Pronunciation /kɑnˌkeɪvoʊˌkɑnˈvɛks/

adjective

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    cóncavo-convexo
    • A steady-state example would be a concavo-convex slope profile with a concave lower portion and a convex upper slope typical of humid climates.
    • A common fossil in the basal impure limestone beds is a bivalve that Silberling referred to as ‘an unidentified concavo-convex radially ribbed oysterlike pelecypod.’
    • Witchger's patent was for an improvement in the drum, where a coil spring and a casing constituted a tape controller enabling the concavo-convex tape ribbon to retract into the drum.
    • These two genera have concavo-convex profiles, with strongly convex ventral valves, whereas the new genus is plano-convex and has a gently convex ventral valve.
    • Kokam butter, as found in the bazaars of India, consists of egg-shaped or concavo-convex cakes of a dirty white or yellowish colour, friable, crystalline, and with a greasy feel like spermaceti.