curve your appetite vs curb your appetite : Common Errors in English

About curve your appetite vs curb your appetite

A “curb” was originally a device used to control an unruly horse. Already in the 18th century people were speaking by analogy of controlling their appetites as “curbing” them. You do not “curve” your hunger, appetite, desires, etc. You curb them.
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