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flexible
'flɛksəbəl
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Bending and snapping back readily without breaking.
  2. Able to flex; able to bend easily.
  3. Capable of being changed.
  4. Making or willing to make concessions.
  5. Able to adjust readily to different conditions.
Hyphenationflex•i•ble
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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ruǎnsoft; flexible
柔韧róurènpliable and tough; supple and strong; flexible
能伸能屈néng shēn néng qūcan bow and submit, or can stand tall (idiom, from Book of Changes); ready to give and take; flexible
能屈能伸néng qū néng shēncan bow and submit, or can stand tall (idiom, from Book of Changes); ready to give and take; flexible
随遇而安suí yù ér ānat home wherever one is (idiom); ready to adapt; flexible; to accept circumstances with good will
塑造sùzàoto model; to mold; plastic (arts); flexible; to portray (in sculpture or in words)
machine; engine; opportunity; intention; aircraft; pivot; crucial point; flexible (quick-witted); organic; (Chinese surname)
机动jīdònglocomotive; motorized; power-driven; adaptable; flexible (use, treatment, timing etc)
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