[ flek-sher ]
/ ˈflɛk ʃər /
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Origin of flexure
OTHER WORDS FROM flexureflex·ur·al, adjective
Words nearby flexure
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Example sentences from the Web for flexural
The quantity EI is often called the “flexural rigidity” of the beam.
British Dictionary definitions for flexural
/ (ˈflɛkʃə) /
the act of flexing or the state of being flexed
a bend, turn, or fold
Derived forms of flexureflexural, adjective
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Medical definitions for flexural
[ flĕk′shər ]
A bend or curve, as in a tubular organ.
The act or an instance of bending.
Other words from flexureflex′ur•al adj.
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