Übersetzung von “flat” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

flat

adjectiveflat /flæt/ ( flatter, flattest )
level and with no raised parts
plat/plate

a flat surface
une surface plate

Florida is one of the flattest states in the US.
La Floride est l'un des états les plus plats aux USA.
without emotion
plat/plate , monocorde

He spoke in a flat voice.
Il parlait d'une voix monocorde.
fixed and not variable
stable

a flat rate of interest
un taux d'intérêt stable
(of a tire) with no air
dégonflé/-ée , à plat (inv)

I got a flat tire on Route 1.
J'ai eu un pneu à plat sur la Route 1.
(of a battery) having run out of power
déchargé/-ée , à plat

The battery was flat.
La batterie était à plat.
(of a drink) with no bubbles
éventé/-ée

The soda was flat.
Le soda était éventé.
(of a musical note) slightly lower than the correct pitch
trop grave

The first note was slightly flat.
La première note était un peu trop grave.

flat

adverbflat [ flæt ]
straight along a surface
à plat

Lay it out flat on the floor.
Pose-le à plat sur le sol.
fall flat on your face
to fall forward onto your front
tomber à plat ventre

She tripped and fell flat on her face.
Elle a trébuché et est tombée à plat ventre.
in 5 minutes/10 minutes etc. flat
informal completely done at a fast rate
pile 5 minutes / 10 minutes etc.

Create your own website in ten minutes flat!
Créer votre site Internet en pile dix minutes !
fall flat
to fail to have the intended effect
tomber à plat

an advertising campaign that fell flat
une campagne publicitaire qui est tombée à plat
lower than the correct musical pitch
trop dans le grave

She always sings flat.
Elle chante toujours trop dans le grave.

flat

noun countableflat /flæt/ Brit
apartment
appartement masculine

a two-bedroom flat
un appartement avec deux chambres

a new block of flats
un nouvel immeuble d'habitation
; see also apartment

(Übersetzung von “flat” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

flat

adjective /flӕt/

level; without rise or fall

plat
a flat surface.

dull; without interest

ennuyeux
For some reason the performance was rather flat.

(of something said, decided etc) definite; emphatic

net
a flat denial.

(of a tyre) not inflated, having lost most of its air

à plat
His car had a flat tyre.

(of drinks) no longer fizzy

éventé
flat lemonade
(also adverb) My beer has gone flat.

slightly lower than a musical note should be

en dessous du ton
That last note was flat
(also adverb) He was singing a bit flat.
flatly adverb

definitely; emphatically

catégoriquement
She flatly denied stealing the brooch.
flatten verb

(often with out) to make or become flat

(s’)aplanir
The countryside flattened out as they came near the sea.
flat rate

a fixed amount, especially one that is the same in all cases

prix/taux fixe
He charged a flat rate for the work.
flat out

as fast, energetically etc as possible

à toute allure
She worked flat out.

flat

noun

(in musical notation) a sign (♭) which makes a note a semitone lower.

bémol

a level, even part

plat
the flat of her hand.

(usually in plural ) an area of flat land, especially beside the sea, a river etc

marécages, bas-fonds
mud flats.

(Übersetzung von “flat” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)