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Sentence count:179+17 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2016-12-13
Antonym: inflexibleSimilar words: flexibilitycomplexityBiblefoiblevisibleeligiblehorriblefungibleMeaning: ['fleksəbl] adj. 1. capable of being changed 2. able to flex; able to bend easily 3. able to adjust readily to different conditions 4. bending and snapping back readily without breaking 5. making or willing to make concessions. 
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1 You are too flexible with her.
2 We are all born flexible but as we grow older, we tend to seize up a little.
3 A flexible retirement age is being considered by Ministers to unify men's and women's pension rights.
4 You need to be more flexible and imaginative in your approach.
5 The European Union should remain flexible enough to assimilate more countries quickly.
6 We need to make the working day more flexible.
7 Can you be flexible about when you take your leave?
8 We can be flexible about your starting date.
9 Our plans need to be flexible enough to cater for the needs of everyone.
10 Work is, for better or worse,[] becoming more flexible nowadays.
11 Employees said they would prefer more flexible working hours.
12 My mother is fairly flexible about what time I need to be home.
13 His company offers a flexible packaging service for the food industry.
14 In the future there will be more flexible working and multi-skilling.
15 We are following the American trend towards more flexible working conditions.
16 You need a flexible approach in devising your ground plan for bargaining.
17 Flexible working hours could give working parents more time to spend with their children.
18 My schedule is quite flexible - I could arrange to meet with you any day next week.
19 Many mothers prefer flexible working hours .
20 Automation would bring a shorter, more flexible working week.
21 "If they're flexible, we're flexible", the official was quoted as saying.
22 Times become more flexible off-season, especially in the smaller provincial museums.
23 The courts were asked to adopt a more flexible approach to young offenders.
24 Look for software that's flexible enough for a range of abilities.
25 The road of life is a spiral path, only swagger, flexible turning, can rise to the ideal.
26 The shake-up aims to recast IBM as a federation of flexible and competing sub-sidiaries.
27 Since I'm my own boss , my hours are flexible.
28 Employers are being encouraged to adopt family-friendly measures like flexible hours.
29 The decision to introduce job sharing grew out of a general desire for flexible working hours.
30 The Japanese are able to supply niche markets because of their flexible production methods.
More similar words: flexibilitycomplexityBiblefoiblevisibleeligiblehorriblefungiblepossibleincredibleaccessiblecomprehensiblebe responsible foras soon as possiblecomplexexitfleeriflefleetMexicanexistingreflectionsiblingterriblyincrediblyableblendtablecablebless
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