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carved, past participle; carving, present participle; carves, 3rd person singular present; carved, past tense;
  1. Cut (a hard material) in order to produce an aesthetically pleasing object or design
    • - the wood was carved with runes
    • - bookcases of carved oak
  2. Produce (an object) by cutting and shaping a hard material
    • - the altar was carved from a block of solid jade
  3. Produce (an inscription or design) by cutting into hard material
    • - an inscription was carved over the doorway
    • - the river carved a series of gorges into the plain
  4. Cut (cooked meat) into slices for eating

  5. Cut (a slice of meat) from a larger piece

  6. 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

  1. made for or formed by carving (`carven' is archaic or literary); "the carved fretwork"; "an intricately carved door"; "stood as if carven from stone"
  2. (carve) form by carving; "Carve a flower from the ice"
  3. (carve) engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface; "carve one's name into the bark"
  4. (carve) cut to pieces; "Father carved the ham"
  5. (carving) a sculpture created by removing material (as wood or ivory or stone) in order to create a desired shape
  6. (carving) sculpture: creating figures or designs in three dimensions
  7. Carved (also known as Slit-Mouthed Woman) with the Japanese title Kuchisake-Onna, is a J-Horror movie released on August 14, 2007. ...
  8. (Carve (video game)) Carve is a Racing game developed by Argonaut Games and published by Global Star Software released exclusively for the Xbox.
  9. (Carvings (Indiana State Library)) Carvings (Indiana State Library), is a series of bas-relief limestone panels decorating the facade of the Indiana State Library in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. ...
  10. Of an object, made by carving
  11. (carve) To cut; To cut meat in order to serve it; To shape to sculptural effect; : To perform a series of turns without pivoting. When the tip and tail of the snowboard take the same path; To produce something using skill
  12. (carving) A carved object; Executing turns without pivoting
  13. (Carve) To make a long, curving arc while skating.
  14. (Carve) Riding on the edge of the board, using the board’s sidecut to turn while cutting a thin trail through the snow.
  15. (Carve) To slice meat or poultry into serving-size pieces.
  16. (carve) to cut pieces from a large piece of meat
  17. (carve) to hit a groundstroke shot with a combination of sidespin and underspin.
  18. (CARVE) When a hottie* uses his surfboard as a carving knife. Another term for high-performance surfing, but with more style than other synonyms, such as rip, tear, shred or lacerate.
  19. (CARVE) CARVED or CARVING – As used by most engravers, these words mean to decorate by cutting or sculpting any material other than metal, such as wood, ivory, or stone. There are some engravers, however who use "carving" when referring to sculpted relief decoration, figures and scenes. ...
  20. (Carve) A sharp turning maneuver to perform bottom turns, cutbacks, kickouts and top turns.
  21. (Carve) A turn that does not skid.
  22. (Carve) Flowing linked turns, left-right-left-right.
  23. (Carve) Linking turns to control speed similar to the technique in snowboarding.
  24. (Carve) The art of linking flowing turns.
  25. (Carve) To carry speed through corners.