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to change something slightly to make it more suitable for a particular situation; to be changed like this:
In keeping the description of the job as general as possible, a manager can flex the boundaries of that job to meet the dynamic challenges of the world around them.
to show that you are very proud or happy about something you have done or something you own, usually in a way that annoys people:
(a length of) wire with a plastic cover used for connecting a piece of electrical equipment to a supply of electricity:
This convertible apartment or flex has had a temporary wall placed in the living room to create a third bedroom.
abbreviation for flexible: used to describe arrangements that allow you to choose the hours that you work, whether you work in the office or at home, etc.:
Before a flex arrangement can be implemented, both supervisor and employee must fully understand the arrangement.
to work in a way that allows you to choose the times that you work, whether you work in the office or at home, etc.:
If the elbow is already flexed, the hand is guided around the elbow to grasp the fetus" forearm and wrist.
This allows the proximal phalanx to flex separately to the other two, wrapping the fingers more around a target object.
The change in strike could be wholly or partly due to flexing of the eastern domain boundary about the antiform axis.
As a result, optimized policy in a flex-prices nominal-debt structure entails sizable inflation volatility, but only small movements of the tax rate.
But from the point of view of the mathematician, sort of flexing his mathematical muscles, one would not be so excited.
Furthermore, so-called flex-flex pairs do not have to be considered in this case, in contrast to general higher-order unification.