a flex program of workers’ benefits.
(Brit) a flexible insulated electric cable, used esp to connect appliances to mains US and Canadian name cord
(informal) flexibility or pliability
to bend or be bent: he flexed his arm, his arm flexed
to contract (a muscle) or (of a muscle) to contract
(intransitive) to work according to flexitime
to test or display (one’s authority or strength)
1520s, probably a back-formation from flexible. Related: Flexed; flexing.
v. flexed, flex·ing, flex·es
adjective 1. relating to cars or engines that can run on more than one type of fuel, usually petrol and ethanol
1. a combining form representing in compound words: flextime.
- Flexibilitas cerea
flexibilitas cerea flex·i·bil·i·tas ce·re·a (flěk’sə-bĭl’ĭ-təs sēr’ē-ə) n. The characteristic rigidity of catalepsy that may be overcome by slight external force but that returns immediately, holding the limb firmly in the new position.
[flek-suh-buh l] /ˈflɛk sə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being bent, usually without breaking; easily bent: a flexible ruler. 2. susceptible of modification or adaptation; adaptable: a flexible schedule. 3. willing or disposed to yield; pliable: a flexible personality. noun 4. a flexible substance or material, as rubber or leather. /ˈflɛksɪbəl/ adjective 1. Also flexile […]