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Translation of "flex" - English-Spanish dictionary

flex

verb /fleks/
to bend, especially in order to test flexionar, tensar The bodybuilder was flexing his muscles. flexible adjective that can be bent easily flexible Rattan is a very flexible material which can be used to make many different furniture shapes. able or willing to change according to circumstances etc flexible My holiday plans are very flexible. flexibility noun flexibilidad There is increasing flexibility in the modern workplace. flexitime noun a system where employees may choose their own working hours. horario flexible
Translations of “flex”
in Vietnamese làm cong, uốn cong…
in Thai งอ…
in Malaysian menekuk…
in French fléchir…
in German biegen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 活動(手臂、腿等), 使(肌肉)繃緊…
in Indonesian menekuk…
in Russian сгибать, напрягать…
in Turkish eğmek, bükmek, germek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活动(手臂、腿等), 使(肌肉)绷紧…
in Polish zginać, napinać…
(Definition of flex from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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