- a stock exchange in New York
- keep to the curb
"curb your dogs"
- place restrictions on
- Tom sat on the curb.
- God blesses those who curb their tongue.
- The government should endeavor to curb inflation.
- What natural foods help curb the appetite?
- The committee called on all nations to work side-by-side to curb air pollution.
- If you have any opinions concerning traffic calming devices (humps, curb extensions, etc.) please write them.
- A boy is taking his sweet time pushing the cart toward the curb.
- Please give me some kind of medicine to curb the pain.
- Excessive reliance on monetary policy an attempt to curb inflation could unnecessarily constrain credit and hence business.
- If the Community industry would curb or even stop production of the like product, upstream suppliers would lose some of their business.
- If the Community industry would curb or even stop production of the like product, such beneficial business-relation would be at risk.
- Member States shall, before 1 January 1992, take appropriate measures to curb any violations of the obligation to maintain the secrecy of confidential statistical data transmitted in accordance with Article 3.
- It should be emphasised that there are no effective international rules at present to curb such tax competition and few administrative, legal or technical barriers to moving a ship’s registration from an EEA State’s register.
- According to the complainant, though this has not eliminated dumping practices, it has helped to significantly curb the large and injurious volumes of imports from Pakistan into the Community.
- The policy areas in Portugal’s NRP where challenges need to be tackled with the highest priority are: consolidating public finances, whilst further improving its quality and sustainability, and gearing public spending towards raising Portugal’s growth potential; improving the efficiency of the educational system notably by improving attainment levels and reducing early school leaving; modernising employment protection to curb the segmentation of the labour market.