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supple

adjective
 
/ˈsʌp·l/
able to bend or move easily
flexível, elástico
a supple body
suppleness /ˈsʌp·l·nəs/ noun [no plural]
flexibilidade, elasticidade
Translations of “supple”
in Korean 유연한…
in Arabic مَرِن…
in French souple…
in Italian agile, elastico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彎曲的, 易彎曲的,柔軟的,柔韌的…
in Russian гибкий…
in Turkish esnek, yumuşak, eğilir…
in Polish giętki, gibki…
in Spanish flexible…
in German geschmeidig…
in Catalan flexible…
in Japanese しなやかな, 柔軟な, 曲げやすい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弯曲的, 易弯曲的,柔软的,柔韧的…
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