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Noun: flex  fleks
  1. The act of flexing
    "he gave his biceps a flex to impress the ladies"
  2. [Brit] An electrical power cord
Verb: flex  fleks
  1. Contract
    "flex a muscle"
  2. Exhibit the strength of
    "The victorious army flexes its invincibility"
  3. Form a curve
    "The stick does not flex";
    - bend
  4. Bend a joint
    "flex your wrists";
    - bend
  5. Cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form
    "flex the rod";
    - bend, deform, twist, turn

Sounds like: flew, flu, fflex, fl

Derived forms: flexed, flexes, flexing

Type of: change form, change shape, contract, deform, flash, flaunt, flexion, flexure, move, ostentate [archaic], parade, show off, showboat [N. Amer], shrink, swank

Encyclopedia: Flex