US: /ˌfɫɛksəˈbɪɫəti/
UK: /flˌɛksɪbˈɪlɪti/

English Vietnamese dictionary

flexibility /flexibility/
  • danh từ
    • tính chất dẻo, tính chất mền dẻo, tính dễ uốn
    • tính dễ sai khiến, tính đễ thuyết phục, tính dễ uốn nắn
    • tính linh động, tính linh hoạt

Thesaurus dictionary

1 pliability, pliancy or pliantness, elasticity, resilience or resiliency, suppleness, flexibleness, bendability, limberness, stretch, give, spring, springiness, ductility:
Chemists improved the flexibility of the substance by adding more plasticizer.
2 conformability or conformableness, adaptability, versatility, adjustability or adjustableness, compliance or compliancy, manageability, tractability or tractableness, malleability, obedience, submissiveness, docility, agreeableness, conformity:
Fletcher has the flexibility needed to move from one department to another.

Collocation dictionary


considerable, enormous, great | added, additional, extra, increased, more | maximum, total | enough, sufficient | financial


Police work involves a considerable degree of flexibility and discretion.


You have considerable flexibility in this job and can choose how to do things.
| show | obtain
Flexibility of labour was obtained through the break up of old trade union structures.
| maintain, retain | restore
She had physiotherapy to restore the flexibility of her muscles.
| bring (sb/sth), give (sb/sth), introduce, provide (sb/sth with)
The new range of machines will bring flexibility to your business computing.
| allow (sb/sth), allow for, offer (sb/sth), permit (sb/sth)
The courses are designed to allow maximum flexibility.
| build, create
reforms to build flexibility into the system
| enhance, improve, increase | encourage
an initiative to encourage greater flexibility in teaching and learning
| reduce | need, require


~ in
This will give schools greater flexibility in their use of resources.
| ~ over
flexibility over the deadline


a need for flexibility
There is a need for greater flexibility in the way the network is managed.

Concise English dictionary

+the property of being flexible; easily bent or shaped
+the quality of being adaptable or variable
+the trait of being easily persuaded