flexibel

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From French flexible, from Latin flexibilis, from flectere ‎(to bend); cognate with German flexibel, but not recorded in Middle Dutch

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flexibel ‎(comparative flexibeler, superlative flexibelst)

  1. (literally) flexible, pliable
  2. (figuratively) adaptable, flexible
  3. (figuratively) easygoing, approachable
    Ze heeft een flexibel karakter.: She has an easy-going disposition.

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Inflection of flexibel
uninflected flexibel
inflected flexibele
comparative flexibeler
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial flexibel flexibeler het flexibelst
het flexibelste
indefinite m./f. sing. flexibele flexibelere flexibelste
n. sing. flexibel flexibeler flexibelste
plural flexibele flexibelere flexibelste
definite flexibele flexibelere flexibelste
partitive flexibels flexibelers

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin flexibilis, from flectere 'to bend'

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flexibel ‎(comparative flexibler, superlative am flexibelsten)

  1. flexible (easily bent without breaking)

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