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  1. flat

    • IPA[flat]


    • adj.
      having a level surface; without raised areas or indentations;(of land) without hills
    • adv.
      in or to a horizontal position;lying in close juxtaposition, especially against another surface
    • n.
      the flat part of something;an area of low level ground, especially near water
    • v.
      lower (a note) by a semitone;make flat; flatten
    • verb: flat, 3rd person present: flats, gerund or present participle: flatting, past tense: flatted, past participle: flatted

    • noun: flat, plural noun: flats

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    • 1. the flat part of something she placed the flat of her hand over her glass
    • an area of low level ground, especially near water the shingle flats of the lake
    • North American a shallow container in which seedlings are grown and sold.
    • a shoe with a very low heel or no heel she wore a white strapless dress and a pair of electric blue flats
    • a railway wagon with a flat floor and no sides or roof; a flatcar.
    • 2. an upright section of stage scenery mounted on a movable frame.
    • 3. North American informal a flat tyre I've got a flat—there were nails under the wheel
    • 4. British flat racing.
    • 5. a musical note lowered a semitone below natural pitch.
    • the sign ♭, indicating a flat.


    • 1. North American lower (a note) by a semitone when a person has a poor ear for music, he will flat and sharp right along without knowing it
    • 2. archaic make flat; flatten flat the loaves down