Translation for 'flexible' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   flexible | more flexible | most flexible
NOUN   flexible | flexibles
SYNO compromising | conciliatory | elastic | ...
flexible {adj}гъвкав
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Translation for 'flexible' from English to Bulgarian

flexible {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • There are two basic types: flexible and non-flexible.
  • In the United Kingdom, employee benefits are categorised by three terms: flexible benefits (flex) and flexible benefits packages, voluntary benefits and core benefits.
  • In 2005 her Employment Relations (Flexible Working Arrangements) Amendment Bill, granting employees with dependants the right to request part-time or flexible hours, was drawn from the member's ballot.
  • These names include flexible coupling, flexible beam coupling, flexible shaft coupling, flexure, helical coupling, and shaft coupling.
  • And having come to the view that "a flexible wage policy and a flexible money policy come, analytically, to the same thing", he presents four considerations suggesting that "it can only be an unjust person who would prefer a flexible wage policy to a flexible money policy".

  • Researchers have made several kinds of flexible transistors, including organic field-effect transistors.
  • Flexible tenancies also known as fixed term flexible tenancies or flexible council tenancies are a type of tenancy in the United Kingdom created by the Localism Act.
  • Flexible substrates also enable greater design flexibility for the product designer, allowing flexible, conformal, die cut displays which complement the overall product design.
  • Miasolé produces flexible CIGS solar cells and cell manufacturing equipment.
  • Liquidtight flexible metal conduit (LFMC) is a metallic flexible conduit covered by a waterproof plastic coating. The interior is similar to FMC.

  • With a history of more than one hundred years, metal hoses have given rise to other flexible line elements, including metal expansion joints, metal bellows and semi-flexible and flexible metal pipes.
  • The UK government has changed flexible working rights since 2014, so that employees who have been working full-time for a company or organisation can lawfully request flexible working.
  • Flexible (or deformable) user interfaces: When flexible displays are deployed, shape deformation, e.g., through bends, is a key form of input for OUI.
  • The R&D department of Seiko Epson has demonstrated a flexible active-matrix LCD panel (including the pixel thin film transistors and the peripheral TFT drivers), a flexible active-matrix OLED panel, the world's first flexible 8-bit asynchronous CPU (ACT11)—which uses the world's first flexible SRAM.
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