deflectable

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{s} able to be deflected, able to be turned aside
Capable of being deflected
deflect
To deviate from original path
deflect
To make (something) deviate from original path
deflect
to cause to turn aside or downward
deflect
draw someone's attention away from something; "The thief distracted the bystanders"; "He deflected his competitors"
deflect
{v} to turn aside or away, to deviate
Deflect
bend
deflect
To bend or deform under weight
deflect
Bend or twist under load
deflect
If you deflect something that is moving, you make it go in a slightly different direction, for example by hitting or blocking it. My forearm deflected most of the first punch
deflect
To cause to turn aside; to bend; as, rays of light are often deflected
deflect
turn aside
deflect
impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball); "block an attack"
deflect
If you deflect something such as criticism or attention, you act in a way that prevents it from being directed towards you or affecting you. Cage changed his name to deflect accusations of nepotism It's a maneuver to deflect the attention of the people from what is really happening
deflect
{f} turn from a straight course, deviate, swerve
deflect
To compress, usually by a specified amount or percentage
deflect
To make (sth) deviate from original path
deflect
To deflect someone from a course of action means to make them decide not to continue with it by putting pressure on them or by offering them something desirable. The war did not deflect him from the path he had long ago taken Never let a little problem deflect you
deflect
To turn aside; to deviate from a right or a horizontal line, or from a proper position, course or direction; to swerve
deflect
prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening; "Let's avoid a confrontation"; "head off a confrontation"; "avert a strike"
deflect
turn from a straight course , fixed direction, or line of interest
deflectable

    Silbentrennung

    de·flect·a·ble

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    Etymologie

    [ di-'flekt, dE- ] (verb.) circa 1555. Latin deflectere to bend down, turn aside, from de- + flectere to bend.

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