supple adjective (ABLE TO CHANGE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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supple

adjective (ABLE TO CHANGE)
靈活的
 
 
/ˈsʌp.l̩/ literary
able to change quickly and successfully to suit different conditions
靈活的,適應能力強的
She has shown that she has a supple mind.
她已經證明瞭自己頭腦很靈活。
We need a more supple monetary policy.
我們需要一個更加靈活的貨幣政策。
Adapting and attuning to somethingAdapting and modifying ChangingAdapting and modifying ChangingAdapting and attuning to something
suppleness
 
 
/ˈsʌp.l̩.nəs/ noun [U]
Flexible, loose and yielding
Translations of “supple”
in Arabic مَرِن…
in Korean 유연한…
in Malaysian lembut…
in French souple…
in Turkish esnek, yumuşak, eğilir…
in Italian agile, elastico…
in Russian гибкий…
in Polish giętki, gibki…
in Vietnamese dẻo, dễ uốn…
in Spanish flexible…
in Portuguese flexível, elástico…
in Thai ความยืดหยุ่น…
in German geschmeidig…
in Catalan flexible…
in Japanese しなやかな, 柔軟な, 曲げやすい…
in Indonesian lentur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灵活的, 灵活的,适应能力强的…
(Definition of supple adjective (ABLE TO CHANGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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