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Translation of "flat" - English-Turkish dictionary

flat

adjective     /flæt/ (flatter, flattest)
SMOOTH
B1 smooth and level, with no curved, high, or hollow parts düz, pürüzsüz a flat surface The countryside around here is very flat.Straight, even and level
WITHOUT EMOTION
without any energy, interest, or emotion sıkıcı, kupkuru, cansız, duygusuz Her voice sounded very flat.Tedious and uninspiring
WITHOUT AIR
If a tyre is flat, it does not contain enough air. (lastik) patlak, havasız The exterior of vehicles
WITHOUT GAS
If a drink is flat, it does not contain enough bubbles of gas. gazı kaçmış, gazsız Drinks - general words
WITHOUT POWER UK
If a battery (= object which provides electricity) is flat, it does not contain any more electrical power. (pil, akü) boşalmış, bitik, deşarj olmuş Empty
a flat price/rate, etc
a price/rate, etc which is the same for everyone and does not change düz fiyat, değişmez oran, sabit, standart He charges a flat rate of £15 an hour.Value and price decreases
B flat/E flat, etc
the musical note that is between the note B/E, etc and the note below it esas notadan daha aşağı bir notada Notes of the musical scale
TOO LOW
A flat musical note sounds unpleasant because it is slightly lower than it should be. düz, düz nota; olması gerekenden çok daha az seviyede düşük nota Notes of the musical scale
LOW
Flat shoes do not raise your feet far from the ground. düz, tabansız, dümdüz, yayvan Shoes and shoemaking
(Definition of flat adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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