to make something into the shape of a curl, to move a ball in a curved way
Past Participle form
He can curl a football into the top corner every time.
When I go to a restaurant I curl my hair to make it look great.
A: Do you want to curl your hair for tonight?
B: Not tonight. I might curl it tomorrow.
A: Sounds good.
I curled my hair for the prom.
When he saw what he'd cooked he curled his lip in disgust.
A: Beckham with the free-kick...and he scores. Incredible.
B: He curled that in the top right corner for 25 yards out.
A: It's now 2-1 to England.
The ball is slowly curling towards the jack.
A: How long is mum going to be?
B: It could be a while. She's curling her hair.
A: I'm hungry.
B: Me too.
I've curled my hair once before. It didn't look great.
He's curled the ball past the goalkeeper into the far corner.
A: She'd curled her hair, bought a new dress and got her nails done.
A: Well, her date cancelled.
B: Oh no. Did he say why?
A: Some emergency.