There are 2 main translations of cóncavo in English:

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also: feminine: cóncava
Example sentences
  • Un telescopio cuyo objetivo está compuesto por un espejo cóncavo.
  • "Los subtipos conservan un denominador, sus ""cuerpos de lados cóncavos""."
  • El borde dorsal es cóncavo, mientras que el borde anterior es plano.

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There are 2 main translations of cóncavo in English:

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