flexibility

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English - Turkish
esneklik

Tom esneklikten yoksundur. - Tom lacks flexibility.

Evde çalışmanın birçok yararından biri esnekliktir. - Flexibility is one of the many advantages of working from home.

fleksibilite
(Ticaret) elastiklik
yumuşaklık
bükülgenlik
{i} uysallık
{i} elastikiyet
{i} bükülebilirlik
(Tıp) Eğilme (bükülme) yeteneği, fleksibilite
flexible
bükülgen
flexible
esnek

Düşünürken esnek olmalısın. - You must be flexible in your thinking.

Eğitim sisteminin daha fazla esnek olması gerekir. - The education system needs to be more flexible.

flexibility analysis
(Ticaret) esneklik analizi
flexibility matrix
fleksibilite matrisi
flexible
biçimlendirilebilir
flexible
(Ticaret) elastikli
flexible
(Tıp) fleksibl
flexible
esner
flexible
{s} elastik

Menisküs bir kemik değildir. Bu bir kıkırdak, esnek, elastik bir dokudur. - The meniscus is not a bone. It is a cartilage, a flexible, elastic tissue.

flexible
esneklik
flexible
suple
flexible
eğilir
flexible
yumuşak
wage flexibility
ücret esnekliği
flexible
kolay bükülür
software flexibility
yazılım esnekliği
flexible
kolay uyum sağlayabilen kişi ya da şey
programming flexibility
programlama esnekliği
flexible
değişken
flexible
{s} eğilebilir
flexible
{s} hareket kabiliyeti yüksek
flexible
{s} yumuşak başlı
flexible
elastiki
flexible
sabit olmayan
flexible
uysal
flexible
dövülgen
managed flexibility
(Ticaret) gözetimli esneklik
role flexibility
rol esnekliği
English - English
The quality of being flexible; suppleness; pliability
{i} elasticity, pliability, ability to bend or be bent
{n} pliancy, compliance
The degree to which a paint film can withstand deformation without significant change in color and appearance
The range of motion around a joint This can be increased with stretching and yoga
The ability of a robot to perform a variety of different tasks
The ability of a cable to bend in a short radius The ability of a cable to lay flat or conform to a surface as with microphone cables
the right to unload workers at a moment's notice to increase profitability This term also describes the Albertan spirit: "a people made of rubber" (Mark Lisac dixit )
Joint range of motion
the quality of being adaptable or variable; "he enjoyed the flexibility of his working arrangement"
is the range of motion available in a joint
The ability of a bone joint or muscle to stretch Good flexibility refers to an advanced degree of limberness in the joints and muscles Flexibility can be improved with regular stretching exercises
the trait of being easily persuaded
The ability of an asphalt pavement structure to conform to settlement of the foundation Generally, flexibility of the asphalt paving mixture is enhanced by high asphalt content
Refers to a new way of funding public education The No Child Left Behind Act gives states and school districts unprecedented authority in the use of federal education dollars in exchange for strong accountability for results Top
The ability of a tape to be bent or flexed freely
The ability of a firm's processes and systems to respond quickly to changes in the business environment It includes the capacity to accommodate shifts in consumer demand, in competitors' strategies, in rate of growth, and in suppliers' deals and shipment problems
Flexibility assessment should cover both the on-the-job and off-the-job training components, no matter how, where or when they have been acquired, and be made accessible to learners so that they can proceed readily from one competency standard to another
Degree to which a coating or sealant, after drying, is able to conform to the movement of its substrate without damage
The ability of a film to easily bend without cracking or losing adhesion
The deferred or potential benefit(s) that may/will be realized at a later time
(ROM) Range of movement in a joint or group of joints
the property of being flexible
The ability to be bent repeatedly without cracking
the quality of being adaptable or variable; "he enjoyed the flexibility of his working arrangement" the property of being flexible
A joint's ability to move through a normal range of motion of bending and stretching the muscles surrounding the joint Stretching exercises help improve flexibility
Ability to freely move within your range of motion
The ability of a cable to bend in a short radius (also see limpness)
An extended range of behavioural responses that can be drawn upon Ie in each sensory channel having an extended range of ways of recalling and constructing representations Also an extended range of emotional responses which can be elicited, created and expressed for each situation encountered by the individual At a more complex level of processing, flexibility describes access to an extended range of perceptual filters The use of flexibility is in its application to any given context, such that the individual can use behaviour which serves them in that context, whether conventionally accepted or otherwise, with reference to their own ecology
That quality of a cable or cable component which allows for bending under the influence of outside force, as opposed to limpness which is bending due to the cable’s own weight
The state or quality of being flexible; flexibleness; pliancy; pliability; as, the flexibility of strips of hemlock, hickory, whalebone or metal, or of rays of light
The extent to which and the rate at which adjustments to changed circumstances are possible
The ability of muscle to relax and yield to stretch forces
flexible
Willing or ready to yield to the influence of others; not invincibly rigid or obstinate; tractable; manageable; ductile; easy and compliant; wavering

Women are soft, mild, pitiful, and flexible. -William Shakespeare.

flexible
Something that is flexible
low temperature flexibility
the ability of a membrane or other material to resist cracking when flexed after it has been cooled to a low temperature
waxy flexibility
A psychomotor symptom of catatonic schizophrenia which leads to a decreased response to stimuli and a tendency to remain in an immobile posture
flexible
pliable
flexible
{a} pliant, compliant, easily bent
catlike flexibility
ease of movement
flexible
readily bent without tendency to break
flexible
easily bent without breaking
flexible
The model will constantly evolve to allow for changing needs Adaptability of all partners, including the families, will be a key factor in this process
flexible
or floating exchange-rate systema system in which exchange rates are determined by market forces, the law of supply and demand, without government interference
flexible
making or willing to make concessions; "loneliness tore through him whenever he thought of even the compromising Louis du Tillet"
flexible
able to flex; able to bend easily; "slim flexible birches"
flexible
A flexible object or material can be bent easily without breaking. brushes with long, flexible bristles. = pliable + flexibility flexi·bil·ity The flexibility of the lens decreases with age
flexible
That quality of a cable or cable component which allows for bending under the influence of outside force, as opposed to limpness which is bending due to the cable's own weight
flexible
Spending Accounts Option which allows employees the opportunity to set aside pre-tax pay for the reimbursement of eligible benefits not reimbursed by other insurance plans or for dependent care expenses
flexible
the ability of an employee to be able to carry out various tasks or functions Such an ability cuts costs and makes the business more efficient
flexible
bending and snapping back readily without breaking able to flex; able to bend easily; "slim flexible birches" extended meanings; capable of change; "a flexible character"; "flexible schedules
flexible
able to adjust readily to different conditions; "an adaptable person"; "a flexible personality"; "an elastic clause in a contract"
flexible
bending and snapping back readily without breaking able to flex; able to bend easily; "slim flexible birches"
flexible
Capable of being flexed or bent without breaking; able to be turned, bowed, or twisted, without breaking; pliable; yielding to pressure; not stiff or brittle
flexible
All types of theatre space which can be altered or converted from one category to another Black Box theatre spaces are a specific kind of flexible space
flexible
extended meanings; capable of change; "a flexible character"; "flexible schedules"
flexible
bending and snapping back readily without breaking
flexible
approval Something or someone that is flexible is able to change easily and adapt to different conditions and circumstances as they occur. Look for software that's flexible enough for a range of abilities. flexible working hours. = adaptable + flexibility flexi·bil·ity The flexibility of distance learning would be particularly suited to busy managers
flexible
{s} elastic, easily bent, pliable
flexible
Open to change
flexible
(of prices, etc ) able to change according to supply and demand
flexible
Capable or being adapted or molded; plastic,; as, a flexible language
flexible
extended meanings; capable of change; "a flexible character"; "flexible schedules
flexible
Capable of being flexed or bent; admitting of being turned, bowed, or twisted, without breaking; pliable; yielding to pressure; not stiff or brittle
volume flexibility
(Ticaret) The ability of a process to handle large variations in volume without significant changes in time or facility requirements
flexibility
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