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Oxford dictionary definition of the word camber:
the slightly convex or arched shape of a road or other horizontal surface:
a bend where the camber of the road sloped to a ditch
a flat roof should have a slight camber to allow water to run off
British a tilt built into a road at a bend or curve, enabling vehicles to maintain speed.
the slight sideways inclination of the front wheels of a motor vehicle:
suspension changes include a wider front and rear track with increased negative camber for better cornering grip
the extent of curvature of a section of an aerofoil.
a steep, badly cambered turn
late Middle English: from Old French cambre, dialect variant of chambre ‘arched’, from Latin camurus ‘curved inwards’