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Hello! Would somebody be so kind to help me find the most suitable synonym for the word "flexible", "flexibility" in relation to equipmnet, namely checkout counters (boxes) in supermarket. As a matter of fact, I need the word starting with L, that actually means that our checkouts arent standard but can be flexible (design).

Thank you so much!

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