مرن, لين العريكة, طيع, ثنى, لين, سمح, مذعن, قابل للثني
Adjective(1) susceptible to being led or directed(2) capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out(3) able to adjust readily to different conditions(4) capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking
(1) Branches should be pliable and not snap very easily.(2) I'm staggered by Arndt's apparent argument that education should be about preparing young people to be pliable media fodder in sporting and entertainment fields.(3) Using tweezers, Geoff carefully removed the tiny, pliable plastic disc.(4) They make a huge range of PVC-based plastics more pliable and durable and improve the spreadability of antiperspirants, soaps and face creams.(5) Amorphous solids are thermally plastic, being hard, rigid, and brittle at low temperature, and soft, flexible, and pliable at high temperature.(6) Phthalates are used to make plastic soft and pliable and in the past were found in soothers, teething toys, babies' bottles and other baby goods.(7) If the sponge has been dampened in warm water, you will have a more pliable and flexible sponge.(8) Although modern, urban spaces were pliable enough to reflect historical changes, their concrete nature suggested that gender differences could not be eroded easily.(9) They should know that all of us are pliable and suggestible to some degree, but that children are especially vulnerable to suggestive and leading questioning.(10) In the 1930s, this led it into conflict with Franklin Roosevelt's economic programs, and provoked a Presidential threat to stack the Court with pliable appointees.(11) They use earplugs or soft, pliable pods attached to a flexible metal or plastic band, which can be used behind the head, under the chin, or over the head.(12) There are hundreds more where you came from; they're campus-fresh, younger, pliable , cheaper and hungry for work at any cost.(13) Their skin is very pliable and internal organs are easily punctured.(14) In a similar way, those who wanted to embrace Jesus and the life he called them to needed to become pliable and flexible, willing to be taught a new way of thinking and acting.(15) When minds are young and pliable - government experts understand this principle - you can fill them with nonsense that is practically impossible to root out.(16) Normal fats are very supple and pliable , but the trans fatty acid is a stiff fat that can build up in the body and create havoc.
(1) solar plexus :: مجموعة من الشبكات العصبية الجسدية
(2) choroid plexus :: الضفيرة المشيمية
(3) brachial plexus :: الضفيرة العضدية
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