bendy

bendy

(ˈbɛndɪ)
adj, bendier or bendiest
1. flexible or pliable
2. having many bends: a bendy road.

bendy

(ˈbɛndɪ) or

bendee

adj
(Heraldry) (usually postpositive) heraldry striped diagonally
Translations

bendy

[ˈbɛndi ˈbɛndi] adj (= flexible) [toy, wire] → flexible; [river] → sinueux/euse bendy busbendy bus nbus m articulé

bendy

adj (inf)
(= flexible)biegsam

bendy

[ˈbɛndɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (flexible) → flessibile; (road) → tortuoso/a
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The bendy bus was the popular name given to the articulated passenger service vehicles which had been introduced in London and Birmingham, and, unlike trams or monorails, didn't need a track to run on.
Because the latest fitness craze is Beer Yoga - think bendy young millennials chilling out in the lotus position while cradling a bottle of over-priced craft ale to sip between poses.
SCHOOLGIRL Harriet Littlehales is so bendy that she can lick the back of her knees - and actually sit on herself.
Take a look through our throwback pictures which recall a time when orange buses were the norm, bendy buses were introduced and there were new beginnings for both depots and drivers.
WHAT YOU NEED: | A small clear container with |a lid Hammer and nail or scissors |(to make a small hole) Bendy straw | Small piece of thin material |such as a kitchen cloth or tights Elastic band | Plasticine | WHAT TO DO: 1.
BENDY buses introduced in Swansea as part of a huge redesign of the city centre's road network, which cost PS10m and created huge disruption to businesses and motorists, are to be scrapped after just six years.
Samsung has said that its overall design and curve offers 'a comfortable hand grip feeling to users'.Recently, LG Display said it had developed flexible display technology, and its research arm LG Chem announced it is nearly ready to unveil its bendy batteries.
This type of fracture occurs in children, whose bones are still growing and bendy.
However, the scientists overcame this by vaporising the manganese dioxide using an electron beam and then allowing the gaseous atoms to precipitate into thin, bendy films.
The simulation reveals that gas flows into galaxies along filaments akin to cosmic bendy, or swirly, straws.