Definition Of curb
a check or restraint on something.
curbs on the powers of labor unions
a stone or concrete edging to a street or path.
She had to sit on the hard concrete curb in order to collect herself.
a swelling on the back of a horse's hock, caused by spraining a ligament.
a type of bit that is widely used in western riding. In English riding it is usually only used with a snaffle as part of a double bridle.
Too often I see people with track horses, who they are afraid of, sticking a big curb bit in their mouth.
lead (a dog being walked) near the curb to urinate or defecate.
Example Of curb
Action is being demanded to curb the spread of advertising posters in Bolton.
And then the female grabbed my right arm and dragged me across the street and up the curb .
As the bus hit and jumped the street curb , the mass of people would be slammed forwards and to one side before being whipped the other way as the bus stopped.
At one extreme governments brought in new laws to curb what they saw as seditious journalism.
Besides, does anyone think youth policies will curb wage inflation among players?