Definition Of carve

verb

cut (a hard material) in order to produce an aesthetically pleasing object or design.

the wood was carved with runes

cut (cooked meat) into slices for eating.

Using a sharp knife, carve the fillet into wafer thin slices.

make (a turn) by tilting one's skis on to their edges and using one's weight to bend them so that they slide into an arc.

A descent is a source of amusement to my wife, the graceful one; she likes to watch me carve turns.

Example Of carve

  • A descent is a source of amusement to my wife, the graceful one; she likes to watch me carve turns.

  • Artists now have the means to embellish gourds with paint, beads, charms and buttons, as well as proper tools to wood burn and carve designs into the plant.

  • Back in Aix dinner was served at the restaurant Chez Maxime, where Maxime himself was very much in evidence as he carved the meat and talked with customers.

  • Bernard stood in the corner of the room watching Ronald carve the turkey he was supposed to have caught, killed, skinned, and cut himself.

  • But when you pick up a little speed and you lean over, you carve a big turn.


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