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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
    • noun: flat, plural noun: flats

    • verb: flat, 3rd person present: flats, gerund or present participle: flatting, past tense: flatted, past participle: flatted

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • adj.
    • 1. having a level surface; without raised areas or indentations:

      he sat down on a flat rock

      trim the surface of the cake to make it completely flat

    • 2. (of land) without hills:

      thirty-five acres of flat countryside

    • 3. (of an expanse of water) calm and without waves.
    • 4. not sloping:

      the flat roof of a garage

    • 5. having a broad level surface but little height or depth; shallow:

      a flat rectangular box

      a flat cap

    • 6. (of shoes) without heels or with very low heels.
    • 7. lacking emotion; dull and lifeless:

      ‘I'm sorry,’ he said, in a flat voice

    • 8. (of a person) without energy or enthusiasm:

      his sense of intoxication wore off until he felt flat and weary

    • 9. (of trade, prices, etc.) not showing much activity; sluggish:

      the UK housing market was flat

    • 10. (of a colour) uniform:

      a flat shade of grey

    • 11. (of a photograph or negative) lacking contrast.
    • 12. (of a sparkling drink) having lost its effervescence:

      she sipped some of the flat champagne

    • 13. (of something kept inflated, especially a tyre) having lost some or all of its air, typically because of a puncture.
    • 14. (of a battery) having exhausted its charge.
    • 15. (of a fee, wage, or price) the same in all cases, not varying with changed conditions or in particular cases:

      a flat fare of £2.50

    • 16. (of a denial, contradiction, or refusal) completely definite and firm; absolute:

      the request was met with a flat refusal

    • 17. (of musical sound) below true or normal pitch.
    • 18. (of a key) having a flat or flats in the signature.
    • 19. (of a note) a semitone lower than a specified note:

      E flat

    • 20. relating to flat racing:

      the Flat season

    • adv.
    • 1. in or to a horizontal position:

      he was lying flat on his back

      she had been knocked flat by the blast

    • 2. lying in close juxtaposition, especially against another surface:

      his black curly hair was blown flat across his skull

    • 3. so as to become smooth and even:

      I hammered the metal flat

    • 4. completely; absolutely:

      I thought you'd turn me down flat

      Myers was flat broke

    • 5. used with an expression of time to emphasize how quickly something can be done or has been done:

      you can prepare a healthy meal in ten minutes flat

    • 6. below the true or normal pitch of musical sound:

      it wasn't a question of singing flat, but of simply singing the wrong notes

    • n.
    • 1. the flat part of something:

      she placed the flat of her hand over her glass

    • 2. an area of low level ground, especially near water:

      the shingle flats of the lake

    • 3. a shallow container in which seedlings are grown and sold.
    • 4. a shoe with a very low heel or no heel:

      she wore a white strapless dress and a pair of electric blue flats

    • 5. a railway wagon with a flat floor and no sides or roof; a flatcar.
    • 6. an upright section of stage scenery mounted on a movable frame.
    • 7. a flat tyre:

      I've got a flat—there were nails under the wheel

    • 8. flat racing.
    • 9. a musical note lowered a semitone below natural pitch.
    • 10. the sign ♭, indicating a flat.
    • v.
    • 1. 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. make flat; flatten:

      flat the loaves down

  2. 知識+

    • Flat Cakes ??

      凡是表面平坦的蛋糕都可被成為 flat cakes. 像普通cheese cakes, birthday cakes, or even pancakes...s1600/IMG_0858.JPG basically it's any cake that has a flat surface.

    • What's ”Flat Rate” mean?

      flat~形容詞~均一的,一律的 rate~名詞~費用,價格 flat rate~無論你停多久,費用都是7元 2007-10-17 09:17:04 補充: What's ”Flat Rate” mean? 建議改成 What does ”Flat Rate” mean?

    • flat knit

      根據國立編譯館的翻譯,flat knit 為橫編組織或橫編織物,一般口語化是叫做"橫紋",像 flat-knit T-shirt 就是橫紋汗杉。