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Word List: flect, flex = bend
to turn or move to one side: to bend; to swerve
capable of bending without breaking
to bend or throw back light or heat; to fold or turn back
the bending of person’s voice so that it does not sound boring or within only one tone; making one’s voice go up and down
To bend around or curve
The image in a mirror that is a result of bending light when it is thrown back
a muscle that bends a part of the body, such as an arm or leg
bent or turned backward
not capable of being bent without breaking
An angle that is greater than 180 degrees because the angle is bent beyond the straight line
reflex angle An angle that is greater than 180 degrees because the angle is bent beyond the straight line
circumflex To bend around or curvedeflect To turn or move to one side; to bend; to swerve flexible Capable of bending without breaking flexor A muscle.
PREFIX: MONO = ONE ROOT WORD: FLEX/FLECT = CURVE.
Vocabulary List #28 flect/flex (Latin root) to bend.
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