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English definition of “flex”

flex

verb [I or T]     /fleks/ WORKPLACE, HR
to work in a way that allows you to choose the times that you work, whether you work in the office or at home, etc.: I wanted to develop my network at the firm before flexing. With the help of my company, I was able to flex my hours.
(Definition of flex verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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