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Inglês Britânico: flexible /ˈflɛksɪbl/ ADJECTIVE
A flexible object or material can be bent easily without breaking.
- Inglês Americano: flexible
- Árabe: مَرِن
- Português Brasileiro: flexível
- Chinês: 灵活的
- Croata: savitljiv
- Tcheco: pružný
- Dinamarquês: fleksibel
- Holandês: flexibel
- Espanhol Europeu: flexible
- Finlandês: taipuisa
- Francês: flexible
- Alemão: biegsam
- Grego: εύκαμπτος
- Italiano: flessibile
- Japonês: 曲げやすい
- Coreano: 구부릴 수 있는
- Norueguês: fleksibel
- Polonês: elastyczny
- Português Europeu: flexível
- Romeno: flexibil
- Russo: гибкий
- Espanhol: flexible
- Sueco: böjlig
- Tailandês: ยืดหดได้
- Turco: esnek
- Ucraniano: гнучкий
- Vietnamita: linh hoạt
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