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How to Pronounce Bendable: Learn how to pronounce Bendable in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word bend:

verb (past and past participle bent)
1 [with object] shape or force (something straight) into a curve or angle:
the wire has to be bent back tightly
[no object] (of something straight) be shaped or forced into a curve or angle:
poppies bending in the wind
[no object, usually with adverbial of direction] (of a road, river, or path) deviate from a straight line in a specified direction:
the road bent left and then right
2 [no object] (of a person) incline the body downwards from the vertical:
she bent down and yanked out the flex
I bent over my plate
[with object] move (a jointed part of the body) to an angled position:
extend your left leg and bend your right
3force or be forced to submit:
[with object]:
they want to bend me to their will
[no object]:
a refusal to bend to mob rule
[with object] interpret or modify (a rule) to suit someone:
we cannot bend the rules, even for Darren
4 [with object] direct (one’s attention or energies) to a task:
Eric bent all his efforts to persuading them to donate some blankets
[no object]:
she bent once more to the task of diverting her guests
5 [with object] Nautical attach (a sail or cable) by means of a knot:
sailors were bending sails to the spars
1a curve in a road, river, path, or racing circuit:
the van screeched round a bend
a bend in the river
2a curved or angled part of something:
make a bend in the wire
3a kind of knot used to join two ropes together, or to tie a rope to another object, e.g. a carrick bend.
4 (the bends) decompression sickness, especially in divers.