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Translation of "flat" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /flӕt/ ( comparative flatter, superlative flattest)
level; without rise or fall llano, plano, liso a flat surface.
dull; without interest monótono For some reason the performance was rather flat.
(of something said, decided etc) definite; emphatic rotundo a flat denial.
(of a tyre/tire) not inflated, having lost most of its air desinflado His car had a flat tyre/tire.
(of drinks) no longer fizzy sin gas flat lemonade (also adverb) My beer has gone flat.
(music) slightly lower than a musical note should be desafinado That last note was flat (also adverb) He was singing a bit flat.
flatly adverb
definitely; emphatically categóricamente She flatly denied stealing the brooch.
flatten verb
(often with out) to make or become flat allanar, aplanar The countryside flattened out as they came near the sea.
flatmate noun
(British) someone who shares a flat/apartment with one or more other people. compañero de piso, compañero de apartamento
flat rate noun
a fixed amount, especially one that is the same in all cases tarifa fija, tarifa plana He charged a flat rate for the work.
flat out adverb
as fast, energetically etc as possible a toda pastilla, a todo gas She worked flat out.
(Definition of flat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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