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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflexibilityflex‧i‧bil‧i‧ty /ˌfleksəbɪləti/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable]  1 CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTthe ability to change or be changed easily to suit a different situation Employees expect flexibility in the workplace.2 BENDthe ability to bend or be bent easily syn suppleness Stretching exercises will help your flexibility.
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flexibilityCities now have flexibility in deciding how to spend federal transportation money.The key question is how flexibility will be applied in sensitive areas such as foreign policy.This system offers reduced keycard expenses for the hotel, increased efficiency and increased flexibility.The system allows a lot more flexibility in the way the fireplace can be placed in the house.Ideally continuity systems will be positive aids that enhance organizations' flexibility without overly constraining individuals.To begin, all the couples involved apparently had the flexibility to accept a dramatic role reversal.The flexibility introduced into the system by the carriers means that each group is able to operate with a degree of autonomy.
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