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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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SABIC's Flexible Noryl materials combine sustainability benefits with high performance for demanding wire and cable applications.
A semi flexible ticket from Wrexham or Ruabon will cost pounds 50 but a fully flexible ticket will cost pounds 60.
And although flexible working is considered a vital benefit, only 46 per cent of workers said their current employers offered it.
The agreement allows ITRI to authorize Universal Cement to use developed technology related to the flexible pressure sensor, and the two parties will jointly engage in a two-year R&D project that is expected to help Universal Cement diversify product lines and upgrade global competitiveness.
It is envisaged that the Flexible UHF Tag, or strip-type, will be used for attachment to flexible packaging such as flexible container bags used for transporting goods in the logistics sector.
The combined survey responses represent $15 billion of the total estimated $25.9 billion in flexible packaging industry sales.
The contract includes the supply of 880 m of 10-inch flexible risers, 440 m of 6-inch flexible risers, 1.9 km of 10-inch flexible flowlines and associated buoyancy.
However, the study notes, flexible packaging falls short when it comes to filling systems.
Other systems include Ureflex flexible foam and elastomer systems for molding, gaskets, seating, medical products, cushioning, sports equipment, footwear, encapsulants, and orings; Woodthane systems for decorative molding and simulated wood applications; and Ceilthane systems for industrial and specialty applications such as consolidation and structural enhancement.
Health-related savings plans--like flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts--are offered at an employer's discretion and aren't required by law.
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.
In a 2002 Catalyst study of men and women aged 25 to 35, 37% of respondents said they used flexible arrival and departure times and an additional 46% said they wanted this option; 6% worked a compressed workweek and 67% said they wanted to do the same; 17% telecommuted and 67% hoped they could; 4% worked reduced hours, 36% said they wished for the same option; and 4% had had a leave of absence, which another 43% wanted.
Flexible Working, by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) offers practical guidance on how employers can make flexible working work for both the business and the staff.
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