- 1 (approving) able to change to suit new conditions or situations a more flexible approach flexible working hours Our plans need to be flexible enough to accommodate everyone. You need to be more flexible and imaginative in your approach. Can you be flexible about when you take your vacation?
- 2able to bend easily without breaking flexible plastic tubing opposite inflexible
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NAmE//ˌflɛksəˈbɪlət̮i//noun [uncountable] Computers offer a much greater degree of flexibility in the way work is organized. An overdraft provides increased flexibility but at a higher cost. exercises to develop the flexibility of dancers' bodies
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NAmE//ˈflɛksəbli//adverb Managers must respond flexibly to new developments in business practices.