Translation of inflexible in Spanish:

inflexible

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfleksəbəl; ɪnˈfleskɪbəl/

adj

  • 1.1 [personality/attitude/regulations] inflexible
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    • When you disagree with her or won't go along with something she wants to do, she's completely inflexible and unwilling to compromise.
    • People over 35 were thought to be ‘too inflexible and unwilling to learn’.
    • It would appear that the new order of Catholicism is as equally inflexible and uncompromising, as the old order would appear to be.
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    • The contract is inflexible, whatever the circumstances.
    • And it's not surprising that governments make inflexible stands in circumstances such as these relating to children.
    • This week's inflexible attitudes and blinkered thinking is just the scenario you naughty Aquarians love to be outrageous and make mischief in
    1.2 [substance/material] rígido
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    • Janice was fairly stiff and inflexible, with a bad back, so the movements were geared to her level of ability.
    • Your vertebrae begin to grow together, forming vertical bony outgrowths and becoming stiff and inflexible.
    • When they're cold, they're stiff and inflexible, and forcibly stretching them could lead to injury or strains.

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