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    flexible

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > flexible

  • 2 flexible

    adj.
    flexible.
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    1 flexible
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    adj.
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    1. ADJ
    1) [material, actitud] flexible; [cuerpo] supple; (Téc) pliable; [sombrero] soft
    2) [persona] flexible, open-minded; pey compliant
    2. SM
    2) (Elec) flex, cord
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    adjetivo flexible
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    = elastic, flexible, hospitable, tensile, accommodating, limber, compromising, soft-line, supple [suppler -comp., supplest -sup.], adaptable, versatile, lithe [lither -comp., lithest -sup.], springy [springier -comp., springiest -sup.], resilient, conformable.
    Ex. Any guidance concerning style and content must be elastic enough to permit the abstractor to use his discretion to achieve a good abstract.
    Ex. Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex. It is necessary that any notation be hospitable to the insertion of new subjects.
    Ex. Unless we are clear about the answers, we are likely to make a number of gross mistakes in trying to bring children and books together in a tensile and lasting connection.
    Ex. Style flexibility provides a way to be accommodating without compromising integrity or naturalness of expression = La flexibilidad de estilo es una forma de ser complaciente sin poner en peligro la integridad o la naturalidad de la expresión.
    Ex. His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex. There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex. Part 1 examines and discusses the pros and cons of both hard-line and soft-line approaches to moral education.
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex. The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.
    Ex. Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex. He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.
    Ex. The manufacturers of this type of artificial turf say that while the grass is soft and springy underfoot it is extremely tough and hard-wearing.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
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    * de un modo flexible = flexibly.
    * de uso flexible = hop-on/hop-off.
    * disco flexible = floppy disc.
    * encuadernación flexible en papel = limp paper binding.
    * encuadernación flexible en vitela = limp vellum binding.
    * hacer flexible = limber up.
    * hacer que sea flexible = render + flexible.
    * poco flexible = monolithic, inelastic.
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    adjetivo flexible
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    = elastic, flexible, hospitable, tensile, accommodating, limber, compromising, soft-line, supple [suppler -comp., supplest -sup.], adaptable, versatile, lithe [lither -comp., lithest -sup.], springy [springier -comp., springiest -sup.], resilient, conformable.

    Ex: Any guidance concerning style and content must be elastic enough to permit the abstractor to use his discretion to achieve a good abstract.

    Ex: Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex: It is necessary that any notation be hospitable to the insertion of new subjects.
    Ex: Unless we are clear about the answers, we are likely to make a number of gross mistakes in trying to bring children and books together in a tensile and lasting connection.
    Ex: Style flexibility provides a way to be accommodating without compromising integrity or naturalness of expression = La flexibilidad de estilo es una forma de ser complaciente sin poner en peligro la integridad o la naturalidad de la expresión.
    Ex: His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex: There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex: Part 1 examines and discusses the pros and cons of both hard-line and soft-line approaches to moral education.
    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex: The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.
    Ex: Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex: He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.
    Ex: The manufacturers of this type of artificial turf say that while the grass is soft and springy underfoot it is extremely tough and hard-wearing.
    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex: For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
    * de un modo flexible = flexibly.
    * de uso flexible = hop-on/hop-off.
    * disco flexible = floppy disc.
    * encuadernación flexible en papel = limp paper binding.
    * encuadernación flexible en vitela = limp vellum binding.
    * hacer flexible = limber up.
    * hacer que sea flexible = render + flexible.
    * poco flexible = monolithic, inelastic.

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    1 ‹material› flexible, pliable
    2 ‹cuerpo› supple, flexible
    3 ‹norma/horario› flexible
    4 ‹actitud/enfoque› flexible; ‹carácter/personalidad› easygoing, flexible
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    flexible adjetivo
    flexible
    flexible adjetivo
    1 flexible: no se puede decir que el cristal sea un material flexible, we couldn't class glass as a flexible material
    2 lax, tolerant, mellowed: con la edad se ha vuelto más flexible, she has mellowed with age
    ' flexible' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adaptable
    - flexibilidad
    - goma
    - cerrazón
    - disco
    - elástico
    - horario
    - trampolín
    English:
    adaptable
    - elastic
    - flexible
    - floppy
    - fluid
    - lissom
    - lissome
    - lithe
    - pliable
    - supple
    - flex
    - versatile
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    1. [material] flexible;
    [cuerpo] supple
    2. [actitud] flexible
    3. [horario] flexible
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    I adj flexible
    II m EL cord, Br tb
    flex
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    : flexible
    1) : flexible electrical cord
    2) : soft hat
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    flexible adj flexible

    Spanish-English dictionary > flexible

  • 3 flexible

    flɛk'sible
    adj
    1) schmiegsam, wendig
    2) ( adaptable) anpassungsfähig, flexibel
    3) (fig: dúctil) gefügig
    adjetivo
    1. [material, objeto] biegsam
    2. [persona] flexibel
    flexible
    flexible [flegh'siβle]
    num1num (palo) biegsam; (músculo) elastisch
    num2num (persona) anpassungsfähig; horario flexible Gleitzeit femenino

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > flexible

  • 4 flexible

    1. adj
    ги́бкий
    а) эласти́чный
    б) перен компроми́ссный; зави́сящий от обстоя́тельств

    actitud flexible — ги́бкая пози́ция

    moral flexible — двойна́я мора́ль; приспособле́нчество

    в) перен реа́льно мы́слящий; спосо́бный к компроми́ссам
    2. m
    1) ги́бкий шнур, ка́бель
    2) мя́гкая шля́па

    Diccionario Español-Ruso de Uso Moderno > flexible

  • 5 flexible

    a. flexible [ks]

    Diccionario Español-Gali > flexible

  • 6 flexible

    • flex
    • flexible account
    • lissom
    • lissome
    • lithe
    • mallard
    • malleable iron
    • pliable
    • pliant
    • soft
    • whippy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > flexible

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    БИРС > flexible

  • 8 flexible

    прил.
    1) общ. податливый (гибкий), послушный (гибкий), гибкий
    2) тех. гибкая проволока, гибкий шнур, упругий, эластичный

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > flexible

  • 9 flexible

    m
    tech. bovden
    tech. hadice
    tech. kabel
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    • měkký (klobouk)
    • ohebný (drát)
    • poddajný (o povaze)
    • poddajný (o spojce)
    • pružný (drát)
    • pružný (o povaze)
    • přizpůsobivý (o povaze)
    • přístupný (o povaze)
    • tvárný (materiál)
    • tvárný (o povaze)
    m
    tech. elektrická šňůra
    • měkký klobouk

    Diccionario español-checo > flexible

  • 10 FLEXIBLE

    adj:
    Wuts'k'alak, wuwuts'ki, ma' chichi'.

    Diccionario Básico Español-Maya > FLEXIBLE

  • 11 flexible

    Diccionario Politécnica español-ruso > flexible

  • 12 flexible

    adj 1) гъвкав, еластичен, огъваем; 2) прен. податлив, отстъпчив.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > flexible

  • 13 flexible

    1. adj
    1) гибкий; упругий, эластичный
    2) податливый, уступчивый, сговорчивый
    2. m
    1) гибкая проволока, гибкий шнур

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > flexible

См. также в других словарях:

  • flexible — [ flɛksibl ] adj. • 1314; lat. flexibilis, de flexus, p. p. de flectere → fléchir 1 ♦ Qui se laisse courber, plier. ⇒ élastique, pliable, souple. Jonc, roseau flexible. Lame d acier flexible. Cou flexible. Rendre flexible. ⇒ assouplir. Une femme… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • flexible — flex‧i‧ble [ˈfleksbl] adjective 1. a person, plan etc that is flexible can change or be changed easily to suit any new situation: • flexible investment opportunities • More firms are offering flexible benefits (= extra money or other advantages …   Financial and business terms

  • flexible — adjetivo 1. (ser / estar) Que puede doblarse fácilmente sin romperse: Últimamente estoy muy flexible porque hago mucha gimnasia. Este material es muy flexible. Tiene el cuello muy flexible. 2. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Que se acomoda o cede con… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • flexible — adj. de t. g. Souple. Qui est ployant, qui est aisé à ployer. Il n y a rien de plus flexible que l ozier. On dit qu Un homme a la voix flexible, pour dire, qu Il a la voix souple & aisée, ensorte qu il passe facilement d un ton à un autre.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Flexible — Flex i*ble, a. [L. flexibilis: cf. F. flexible.] 1. Capable of being flexed or bent; admitting of being turned, bowed, or twisted, without breaking; pliable; yielding to pressure; not stiff or brittle. [1913 Webster] When the splitting wind Makes …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • flexible — (Del lat. flexibĭlis). 1. adj. Que tiene disposición para doblarse fácilmente. 2. Que en un enfrentamiento se pliega con facilidad a la opinión, a la voluntad o a la actitud de otro o de otros. Carácter, persona flexible. 3. Que no se sujeta a… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • flexible — early 15c., from M.Fr. flexible or directly from L. flexibilis that may be bent, pliant, flexible, yielding; figuratively tractable, inconstant, from flexus, pp. of flectere to bend, of uncertain origin. Related: Flexibly …   Etymology dictionary

  • flexible — [adj1] pliable, bendable adjustable, bending, ductile, elastic, extensible, extensile, flexile, formable, formative, impressionable, like putty*, limber, lithe, malleable, moldable, plastic, pliant, soft, spongy, springy, stretch, stretchable,… …   New thesaurus

  • flexible — [flek′sə bəl] adj. [ME < OFr < L flexibilis < flexus: see FLEX1] 1. able to bend without breaking; not stiff or rigid; easily bent; pliant 2. easily persuaded or influenced; tractable 3. adjustable to change; capable of modification [a… …   English World dictionary

  • flexible — I adjective adaptable, adjustable, bendable, bending, capable of conforming to new situations, capable of responding to changing situations, disposed to yield, ductile, easily bent, easily managed, elastic, facilis, flexibilis, flexile, formable …   Law dictionary

  • flexible — work …   Dictionary of sociology

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