flex

Definitions:

  • To bend (something pliant or elastic).
  • None
  • To bend (a joint).
  • To bend (a joint) repeatedly.
  • None
  • To contract (a muscle, for example).
  • To move by muscular control.
  • To exhibit or show off the strength of.
  • To bend.
  • Flexible insulated electric cord.
  • The act or an instance of flexing; a bending.
  • Flexibility.
  • (<em>flex (one's) muscles</em>) To exhibit or show off one's strength.
  • To bend; make a flexure of: specifically said in anatomy of the action of any flexor muscle.
  • An obsolete variant of <internalXref urlencoded="flax">flax</internalXref>.
  • A point of contrary flexure or a point of inflexion.
  • Flax.
  • To bend.
  • <xref>Flexibility</xref>, <xref>pliancy</xref>.
  • The act of <xref>flexing</xref>.
  • Any flexible <xref>insulated</xref> <xref>electrical</xref> <xref>wiring</xref>.
  • A <xref>point of inflection</xref>.
  • To <xref>bend</xref> something.
  • To <xref>repeatedly</xref> bend one of one's <xref>joints</xref>.
  • To move part of the <xref>body</xref> using one's <xref>muscles</xref>.
  • To <xref>tighten</xref> the <xref>muscles</xref> for display of size or strength.
  • contract
  • cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form
  • form a curve
  • the act of flexing
  • bend a joint
  • exhibit the strength of
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