flexed, past tense; flexes, 3rd person singular present; flexed, past participle; flexing, present participle;
Bend (a limb or joint)
she saw him flex his ankle and wince
(of a limb or joint) Become bent
prevent the damaged wrist from flexing
Cause (a muscle) to stand out by contracting or tensing it
bodybuilders flexing their muscles
(of a muscle) Contract or be tensed
a muscle flexed in his jaw
(of a material) Be capable of warping or bending and then reverting to shape
set windows in rubber so they flex during an earthquake
Place (a corpse) with the legs drawn up under the chin
a flexed burial
The action or state of flexing
add rigidity and eliminate brake flex
contract; "flex a muscle"
the act of flexing; "he gave his biceps a flex to impress the ladies"
exhibit the strength of; "The victorious army flexes its invincibility"
bend: form a curve; "The stick does not bend"
bend a joint; "flex your wrists"; "bend your knees"
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"
flex (fast lexical analyzer generator) is a free software alternative to lex. It is frequently used with the free Bison parser generator. Unlike Bison, flex is not part of the GNU Project. Flex was written in C by Vern Paxson around 1987. ...
Flex was Lene Lovich's 1979 second album containing the UK hit singles "Bird Song", which reached No. 39 in October 1979 and "What Will I Do Without You?", which made No. 58 in March 1980. It also contained the single "Angels".
Flex is a nightclub in Vienna. It is located between underground station Schottenring and Augartenbrücke. Flex has already been venue of many international and Austrian music acts and DJs, such as Pete Doherty, Juliette and the Licks or Arcade Fire.
Flex (Adrian Corbo) is a fictional character, a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. He is a former member of the superhero team Alpha Flight, but later got downgraded to Beta Flight
Flex is an EP released in 2003 by New Zealand band, Pitch Black.
Flex is a 2000 video installation by the British video artist Chris Cunningham. It consists of a 15 minute film loop that endlessly depicts a naked man and woman floating in darkness, who by turns embrace and furiously beat one another, culminating in an act of anal sex during which they ...
Flexibility, pliancy; The act of flexing; Any flexible insulated electrical wiring; A point of inflection; To bend something; To repeatedly bend one of one's joints; To move part of the body using one's muscles; To tighten the muscles for display of size or strength
(Flexing) A method of gaining access to a tight break by flexing the glass back and forth, either with a tool or by hand.
(Flexing) The bending of a belt.
Often used in describing the feel of a bicycle frame. Ideally, frames will flex just enough to provide some comfort but not so much you lose pedaling efficiency.
is the degree of stiffness in a kiteboard.
The act of bending a joint, such as the elbow or knee.
The common term given to the relative bending properties of a golf club shaft. Flex is usually identified by a letter: L for Ladies, A for Senior, R for Regular, S for Stiff and X for Extra Stiff. As a guideline, a player should use the most flexible shaft that they can control.
The degree that a club's shaft bends upon impact with the ball.
The ( torsional) bendability of the deck.
Term used for ski boots to describe stiffness of the outer shell. This term can also used describe how much a ski or snowboard bends when pressure is applied; typically, the more expert a skier, the stiffer the ski.
The amount of bend in a shaft.
A program for producing lexical analyzers, also known as scanners, that match patterns defined by regular expressions to a character stream.
Electrical wire covered with an insulating material.