pliability

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English - Turkish
bükülgenlik
bükülürlük
{i} esneklik
{i} uysallık
esneklik/bükülebilirlik
{i} bükülebilirlik
pliable
{s} esnek

Gerçekler inatçı şeylerdir, ancak istatistikler esnektir. - Facts are stubborn things, but statistics are pliable.

pliable
yumuşak
pliable
uysal
pliable
itaatkâr
pliable
bükülgen
pliable
{s} mülayim
pliable
{s} bükülebilir
pliable
{s} yumuşak başlı
pliable
{s} katlanır
pliable
bükülür
English - English
The quality or state of being pliable; flexibility; pliableness
the property of being easily bent without breaking
The quality or state of being pliable; flexibility; as, pliability of disposition
the quality of being easily adaptable
{i} flexibility; being bendable; being easily influenced
pliable
flexible
pliable
{a} flexible, easy to be bent or led
pliable
Flexible in disposition; readily yielding to influence, arguments, persuasion, or discipline; easy to be persuaded; sometimes in a bad sense; as, a pliable youth
pliable
soft, flexible, easily bent, formed, shaped, or molded
pliable
{s} flexible, supple; bendable; easily influenced; easily molded or shaped
pliable
susceptible to being led or directed; "fictile masses of people ripe for propaganda"
pliable
capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out; "ductile copper"; "malleable metals such as gold"; "they soaked the leather to made it pliable"; "pliant molten glass"; "made of highly tensile steel alloy"
pliable
If something is pliable, you can bend it easily without cracking or breaking it. As your baby grows bigger, his bones become less pliable rigid
pliable
Capable of being plied, turned, or bent; easy to be bent; flexible; pliant; supple; limber; yielding; as, willow is a pliable plant
pliable
capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking; "a flexible wire"; "a pliant young tree"
pliable
able to adjust readily to different conditions; "an adaptable person"; "a flexible personality"; "an elastic clause in a contract"
pliability

    Hyphenation

    pli·a·bi·li·ty

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'plI-&-b&l ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from plier to bend, fold; more at PLY.

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