- nounADJECTIVE▪ considerable, great▪
German workers accept the need for greater flexibility in the face of global competition.▪ added, additional, extra, increased, more▪ maximum▪ enough, sufficient▪ financial▪ operational▪
Management systems can be built that increase operational flexibility.▪ labour/labor, market… OF FLEXIBILITY▪ degree▪
The work involves a considerable degree of flexibility.VERB + FLEXIBILITY▪ have▪
You have considerable flexibility in this job and can choose how to do things.▪ lack▪ demonstrate, show▪ maintain, retain▪ bring (sb/sth), give (sb/sth), introduce, provide (sb/sth with)▪
The new range of machines will bring flexibility to your business computing.▪ allow (sb/sth), offer (sb/sth), permit▪
The courses are designed to allow maximum flexibility.▪ improve, increase▪
The treatment increased the flexibility of her muscles.▪ encourage▪
an initiative to encourage greater flexibility in teaching and learning▪ reduce▪ need, requirePREPOSITION▪ flexibility in▪
This will give schools greater flexibility in their use of resources.▪ flexibility over▪
flexibility over the deadlinePHRASES▪ a need for flexibility▪
There is a need for greater flexibility in the way the network is managed.
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Flexibility — is the absolute range of movement in a joint or series of joints and muscles that is attainable in a momentary effort with the help of a partner or a piece of equipment. It is a term for the ability to easily bend an object or the ability to… … Wikipedia
Flexibility — Flex i*bil i*ty, n. [L. flexibilitas: cf. F. flexibilite.] 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. Sir I. Newton. [1913 … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
flexibility — is the inverse of stiffness. When a force is applied to a structure, there is a displacement in the direction of the force; flexibility is the ratio of the displacement divided by the force. High flexibility means that a small load produces a… … Mechanics glossary
flexibility — flexibility. См. генетическая пластичность. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) … Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.
flexibility — index amenability, facility (easiness), informality, lenience Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
flexibility — 1610s, of physical things, from Fr. flexibilité or directly from L.L. flexibilitatem (nom. flexibilitas), from L. flexibilis (see FLEXIBLE (Cf. flexible)). Of immaterial things from 1783 … Etymology dictionary
flexibility — [n] elasticity, adaptability adjustability, affability, complaisance, compliance, docility, extensibility, flaccidity, flexibleness, give, limberness, litheness, plasticity, pliability, pliancy, resilience, springiness, suppleness, tensility,… … New thesaurus
flexibility — n. 1) to demonstrate, show flexibility 2) flexibility in; towards 3) the flexibility to + inf. (he has enough flexibility to cope with the job) * * * [ˌfleksə bɪlɪtɪ] show flexibility towards to demonstrate flexibility in the flexibility to + inf … Combinatory dictionary
flexibility — The ability to adapt an operating system to respond to changes in the environment. Increasingly seen as a source of competitive advantage in a rapidly changing market, it is an area of operations management in which Japanese practices have had a… … Big dictionary of business and management
flexibility — flexible flex‧i‧ble [ˈfleksbl] adjective 1. a person, plan etc that is flexible can change or be changed easily to suit any new situation: • flexible investment opportunities • More firms are offering flexible benefits (= extra money or other… … Financial and business terms