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Synonyms for flexible

Synonyms for flexible

capable of being shaped, bent, or drawn out, as by hammering or pressure

capable of withstanding stress without injury

capable of adapting or being adapted

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capable of being changed

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able to flex

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able to adjust readily to different conditions

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bending and snapping back readily without breaking

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making or willing to make concessions

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Based on reports, Apple, Samsung and LG have all been researching about flexible and bendable phones.
The government also aims to improve work conditions, by revising social security insurance programs in order to incorporate the flexible work hour system, and by revising retirement benefits to allow full benefits for the flexible work hour system.
By definition, flexible packaging consists of bags, envelopes pouches, sachets and wraps made of easily yielding materials such as film, foil, or paper which, when Idled and sealed, acquires a pliable shape.
An employee can also make a request for flexible working if they he/she has a child under 18 who has a disability.
In a survey of 500 business leaders 86 per cent say their organisation already operates flexible working practices and 93 per cent say they would do so even if there was no legal requirement.
Dabco 8154 and BL-17 delayed-action catalysts for flexible slabstock and flexible molded foams.
This will comprise over 50 presentations over the three days, reporting on all the latest developments in polyurethanes technology for automotive applications, appliances and rigid foams, and flexible slabstock foam, as well as coatings, adhesives, sealants and elastomers.
GE Real Estate's flexible fixed-rate product was launched several months ago, in response to customer demand for a loan with more built-in flexibility than traditional financing options.
Latest CIPD research found more than half of organisations felt their efforts to fill vacancies had benefited from the implementation of flexible working practices.
The report, issued by City Administrative Officer Bill Fujioka to the City Council's Public Safety Committee, also says the flexible work schedule has served as a recruitment tool and morale booster among rank- and-file officers.
Part of the reason for the popularity of flexible endoscopy, particularly in the evaluation of the tracheobronchial tree, relates to our ability to conduct an evaluation without the need for general anesthesia.
This article describes a promising trend towards flexible service delivery in Special Education.
Cafeteria plans under IRC section 125 and non-125 flexible benefit plans can help small employers provide necessary benefits in a way that helps mitigate rising costs.
The concept of flexible benefits has been a very emotional issue.
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