flexible

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Adjective[change]

Positive
flexible

Comparative
more flexible

Superlative
most flexible

  1. When something is flexible, it can bend.
    The thin wood stick was so flexible that it would bend but not break.
  2. By extension, the word is used as a metaphor. For example, when a person or thing is flexible, they can change.
    Jim was very flexible and enjoyed every new experience when he travelled.
    I think we can make working hours much more flexible.
    They used to treat everyone the same but now take a more flexible approach.

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