a system of working that allows an employee to choose, within limits, the hours for starting and leaving work each day.
a system permitting flexibility of working hours at the beginning or end of the day, provided an agreed period of each day (core time) is spent at work
1972, translating German Gleitzeit “sliding time.” See flex + time (n.).
Flexible working time that varies as to hours and days worked: flextime for working mothers and fathers in business
[1970s+; fr the trademark of a device used to record the hours an employee works]
/ˈflɛksəʊ/ noun, adjective, adverb 1. short for flexography, flexographic or flexographically See flexographically
[flek-sog-ra-fee] /flɛkˈsɒg ræ fi/ noun, Printing. 1. a relief printing technique similar to letterpress that employs rubber or soft plastic plates, a simple inking system, and fast-drying inks. /flɛkˈsɒɡrəfɪ/ noun 1. a method of rotary letterpress printing using a resilient printing plate and solvent-based ink: used characteristically for printing on metal foil or plastic 2. […]
- Flexor retinaculum
flexor retinaculum n. A strong fibrous band crossing the front of the carpus and binding down the flexor tendons of the digits and the tendon of the radial flexor muscle of the wrist.
noun, Mathematics. 1. . noun, Mathematics. 1. a point on a curve at which the curvature changes from convex to concave or vice versa.