Associations to the word «Flex»
FLEX, noun. (uncountable) Flexibility, pliancy.
FLEX, noun. (countable) The act of flexing.
FLEX, noun. (uncountable) (chiefly British) Any flexible insulated electrical wiring.
FLEX, noun. (countable) (geometry) A point of inflection.
FLEX, verb. To bend something.
FLEX, verb. To repeatedly bend one of one's joints.
FLEX, verb. To move part of the body using one's muscles.
FLEX, verb. (bodybuilding) To tighten the muscles for display of size or strength.
FLEX ONE'S MUSCLES, verb. To tense and bend one's flexor muscles.
FLEX ONE'S MUSCLES, verb. (figuratively) To show off one's strength or skills.
FLEX, noun. The act of flexing; "he gave his biceps a flex to impress the ladies".
FLEX, verb. Contract; "flex a muscle".
FLEX, verb. Exhibit the strength of; "The victorious army flexes its invincibility".
FLEX, verb. Form a curve; "The stick does not bend".
FLEX, verb. Bend a joint; "flex your wrists"; "bend your knees".
FLEX, verb. Cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form; "bend the rod"; "twist the dough into a braid"; "the strong man could turn an iron bar".
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